British Airways Cabin Crew Jobs


Often viewed as the crème de la crème of airlines and therefore cabin crew jobs, British Airways carries the Union Jack and therefore represents Great Britain in the international skies. The Head Office for British Airways is called Waterside in Harmondsworth which is based in the area of London called Hillingdon. The main UK hub for British Airways is based at Heathrow International Airport with a second smaller hub operating from Gatwick International Airport. Both airports are centrally located within an easily commutable distance from central London.

The first step in securing a job as a member of British Airways cabin crew is to send an electronic version of your curriculum vitae which can be done via their website. From there a member of the Human Resources team at British Airways will go through your initial application and if you have what it takes to become a member of British Airways cabin crew. Once this decision has been made and if you are successful you will progress to the next stage of recruitment process which may very well include a job interview in person.

Safety and compliance with all safety procedure and legislation is most important role of a member of British Airways cabin and flight crew. As well as this British Airways prides itself on providing top class customer service to all passengers who fly BA. Cabin crew is viewed as on board ‘brand ambassadors’ and are expected to conduct themselves accordingly at all times. Other attributes British Airways look for in potential cabin crew are as follows:

To meet the minimum age restriction at the time the application is made
Applicant weight is required to be in healthy proportion to height
Minimum height restriction do apply in order to make sure all British Airways cabin crew can reach the onboard safety equipment easily
To be educated to GCSE level in a minimum of English & maths
A proven passion to deliver the first class customer service with is synonomous with British Airways and the individuals employed as their cabin crew
All applicants are required to undergo a criminal back ground check. This is standard practice and the document you will be asked to complete is usually called a Disclosure Scotland form
All members of British Airways staff employed as cabin crew are required to wear the standard airline cabin crew uniform. Whist in British Airway cabin crew uniform individuals are not permitted to have either body or facial piercing or tattoos on displays. Please note in the case of any on board emergencies you maybe required to remove any headwear

To forge a career as a member of British Airways cabin crew offers the opportunity to travel the world as British Airways and in turn the individuals employed as its cabin crew travels to more global destinations than any other airline. It is estimated that British Airways flies to over 150 destinations spanning the globe and obviously every journey will be manned with elite cabin crew. There are plenty of British Airways cabin crew jobs to be filled so good luck!

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