We have extensive experience in the search, selection, and hiring of Cabin Crew for aviation and airline organizations globally. We can help you find the next step in your career path, whether it be Flight Attendant, Cabin Crew Management, Cargo Safety, or Instructor roles you’re interested in.
We work with multiple partners in the airline, charter, private, VIP, and training sectors. We recruit for roles all the way through from candidates with little or no experience through to Senior Cabin Crew professionals who are responsible for safety and comfort. Our recommendation is to register with us, and we can contact you with suitable opportunities and move forward from there.
As the industry started to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic in the early part of 2022, demand for staff across the aviation industry increased significantly. Cabin Crew workforce growth is forecasted to rise by 30% across the industry until 2030, so there are multiple opportunities available right now, and moving into the future. You can read more on the subject in our short article here.
Are you looking for how to get a job as Cabin Crew? As long as you pass the minimum age criteria and have a valid passport, you could be the air Cabin Crew of the future. Now is the right time!
Most airlines will train their cabin crew after they have ticked off the basic requirements and gone through the initial hiring process. However, it’s still important to understand that Cabin Crew have higher responsibilities than most might think at first. These start with safety procedures and regulations, including cabin preparation and pre-flight operations, understanding aircraft systems, and how to use emergency equipment and submit flight reports. That’s why the training can also take up to 20 weeks in some cases.
If you’re thinking about a career change, no problem! Our roles are open to people of all ages and you can read more about how to get a Cabin Crew job here.
Some airline professionals are currently finding themselves in the attractive position where they have 2 or 3 Cabin Crew offers to consider as they look for the next step in their career. Ensuring you have your priorities in order, careful consideration of the pros and cons, and having a consultancy to do the groundwork on the company in hand are key to making the right choice. Read more in our news piece on Pilot and Cabin Crew job offers here.
Working on a contract basis can give Cabin Crew professionals several benefits, as well as freedom to explore different opportunities and lifestyle choices. Cabin Crew salaries can be more lucrative on a contract basis, with working hours potentially more flexible with long haul, short haul, and any special requirements and preferences being taken into consideration. We’ve outlined the key considerations in a short article on the subject here.
What shall I do if I have applied for a Cabin Crew job on the Aerviva website but haven’t heard back yet?
If you have applied for a Cabin Crew role on our website but haven’t had a reply from us in a 2-week window since, then it’s likely we have candidates who are more qualified for the position on this occasion. If you feel you’re a really strong candidate, then please drop us a line to follow up and we can work through it together. We keep all registered applicants in mind for upcoming roles and we’ll be in touch if we have something we feel is suited to your experience and qualifications moving forward.