Course Details

Diploma In Cabin Crew

DIPLOMA IN CABIN CREW

    The demand for skilled people in the growing aviation industry is increasing day by day. Being a flight attendant is one of the most wanted jobs in the world. This career path has a huge amount of benefits. This job is considered to broaden your horizon to a maximum and improve your communicating skills. One of the greatest advantages of being a Cabin Crew is that you get to see new places and it is a bit like a free short holiday. IITA offers Level 2 Diploma in Air Cabin Crew that supplement all the requirements to become a Smart and Professional Cabin Crew.





    Eligibility:

  • Age: 18 to 28 years.
  • Height: Male: 5' 7" Female: 5' 3".
  • Qualifications: 12th pass and no visible scars and tattoos.
    • Salary:

      Skills & Attributes requires for becoming a cabin crew:


  • Sense of Responsibility
  • Punctuality
  • Pleasing Personality
  • Taking Initiative
  • Systematic Approach
  • Communication Skills
  • Positive Attitude
  • Professionalism
  • Positive Attitude
  • Language proficiency
  • Team Spirit
  • Organizational Skills
  • 2.24 Lakhs to 12.82 Lakhs per annum (Salary data sourced from PayScale.com)
    • Careers Prospects:

    After successful completion of the training course, budding air hostesses can check out the large-scale career opportunities waiting for them in the market. They can find ample job avenues in public and private sector airlines. With privatization, foreign collaboration, and open sky policies around the corner, the future is very bright for aspiring air hostesses. Most airline offices, which are planning to increase their fleet, have a number of positions open for air hostesses. They can find employment in public careers like Indian Airlines and Air India. Besides, better job options are also available in privately owned domestic and international airlines viz., Singapore Airlines, Jet Airways, IndiGo, Spice Jet, etc. An air hostess has every chance to be promoted a senior flight attendant and later the head attendant. After having vast experience in cabin crew they can also move on to ground duties like the ground hostess and check hostess, train air hostesses, or can work in the management level. The span of their flying career as symbols of hospitality most of the cabin crew are successfully absorbed in alternative careers in travel and tourism, hotels, and mass media, to name a few.