Cabin Crew – Job Description
Cabin Crew are in many ways the faces of airlines. They take care of passengers, tending to their needs, comfort, and safety during a flight. The primary duty of the Cabin Crew is to ensure passenger safety during flights by adhering to safety regulations. They are also tasked with serving meals and drinks to passengers, but this is mostly a secondary responsibility.
Cabin Crews are employed by airlines and most of them work in commercial flights, although there is also a market for private cabin crews (e.g. private charter planes or jets). Depending on the size of the plane, international safety regulations demand a certain number of cabin crew to be on board the aircraft. The standard rule is that there should be one Flight Attendant for each 50 passengers. Although most Cabin Crew in the majority of airlines are female, there has been an increasing number of male Cabin Crew in the last years.
- Greeting and helping passengers board the plane.
- Helping passengers with their carry-ons.
- Going over safety and emergency procedures.
- Serving meals and drinks to passengers, as well as complying with some special requests.
- Making in-flight announcements.
- Ensuring the safety of the crew.
- Helping passengers leave the plane.
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