Saturday, January 22, 2011

Cathay Pacific Flight Attendant - Assessment and Interview stages

Application Stage:

Submit resume through online application before a given deadline.
Wait for invitation email to attend for career talk, and to know things to bring (such as original and copies of resume, identity card, passport, and print out of invitation email).

First visit

Career Talk Session:

Registration, complete the application form, after that documents verification.
Career talk, introduction on Cathay Pacific’s background, products & services, sharing/testimonial from current crews, useful information for Cathay Pacific flight attendant applicants, and et cetera.
208 cm arm reach test.

Remaining candidates will be divided into groups (10-15 people per group, I can’t remember the actual number) for group interview.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Air Asia Cabin Crew Interview Process

Below are the stages of the recent Air Asia cabin crew interview held in air asia academy shared by one of my reader.

First Round
There were more than 100 candidates.3 candidates went into a room and there were 2 interviewers for each table. Right from the door, you will have to do a catwalk until you reach the table you’re assigned to. The interviewers ask me to turn around, pull up my sleeves to show them my hands front and back. Then they gave me an announcement script to read which were in BM and English. They ask me to read it in English but some of my friends were asked to read in BM so it depends on the interviewers. This is to test on your pronunciation.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Cathay Pacific - Flight Attendant Salary & Benefits

Finally I have obtained the official pay structure for Cathay Pacific Cabin Crew. Tons of request about the salary.So ladies and gentleman, here we go...........

Basically your pay will be divided into two parts which is your overseas/outport allowance and per hour flying/ground duty pay.You will be guaranteed a minimum of 70 hours per month. What this means is let's say you fly for 50 hours,you will be paid 70 hours of work. In other words, you can actually treat this as your basic salary. All in expect average of HKD16000 per month. It could be more or even lesser depending on your monthly roster and which route that you operate in that particular month.

During training you will be paid HKD7000 per month. There will be a probation period of 6 months and during this time your flying pay is HKD108 and your Ground Duty Allowance will be HKD54 per hour. After probation, the payment rate will be adjusted to HKD139.10 and HKD69.55 for flying pay per hour and Ground Duty Allowance respectively.

On top of the above,we all know that accommodation in Hong Kong is expensive. To help the new joiners, Cathay Pacific will offer free housing for the first 8 years of service. From what I understand, it is Gold Coast apartment which is located in Tuen Muen. Pretty near to the airport I would say. By the way, transport will not be provided unless in overseas station.

Benefit wise, you will enjoy the usual perks as an airline crew such as staff and family concessional travel, 21 days’of annual leave , medical coverage and comprehensive Insurance Scheme

Bear in mind that the above is your starting pay and as you progress further in your career, obviously you will have an increase in salary.Besides, there are no domestic flight in CX and you will be flying to international destinations. Below are the progression process :-
 

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Good article about Cathay Pacific Flight Attendant


Cathay Pacific Airways has long been known for its friendly and professional cabin crew, and in a few weeks, it will be offering Malaysians a chance to join its team of flight attendants. 

Interviews will be conducted in Kuala Lumpur during the second half of Jan 2011 and successful candidates will undergo a six-week training programme at Cathay Pacific’s training school in Hongkong.
 
There, candidates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to deliver the standards of service for which the airline is renowned. 

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Friday, January 7, 2011

Etihad Airways - First Officer Boeing 777 - Rated and Non-Rated

 
Pilot - Job requirement

  • - A minimum of 2500 hours total flying time.
  • - A minimum of 1000 hours on multi crew glass cockpit JET aircraft over 60 tons of which 500 hours must be on either the B737NG, B767/757 or B747-400
  • - ICAO current and unrestricted ATPL. We do not accept Frozen ATPL or CPL/IR unless held by a UAE citizen.
  • - Current on either the B737NG, B767/757 or B747-400. Requirement of at least 10 flown sectors on type within the last 6 months
      - English Language Fluency ( written and verbal
    - Unrestricted, current Class 1 medical.
  • - Maximum age limit is 53 years old. 
  • Starting salary of AED 25990 or US$ 7072 per month for First officers and an annual salary increment of AED 500 per month.
  •  Flight duty allowance of AED 40 per flying hour
  •  Housing allowance up to AED 160000 per year
  • 42 Days annual leave
  • Education allowance of AED 30000 for primary and AED 42000 for secondary up to 4 children from the ages of 4 up to 19 years old  
 To apply click here

    Qatar Airways - Second Officers

    Pilot - Job Requirement

    • Minimum of 1,500 hours in Modern Multi Pilot Turbo-Prop greater than 12,000kg MTOW
    • Valid ICAO ATPL or Frozen ATPL
    • Valid Class 1 Medical.
    • ICAO English Proficiency Minimum level 4.
    • Age below 35 years.
    To apply click here

      Monday, January 3, 2011

      Have an interview coming up,should I go?

      First of all I would like to wish everyone a very "Happy New Year".May all of you have a wonderful and prosperous year ahead and all your wishes come true especially those who are seeking an airline career.

      Since this is my first post for the year,I would like to address the question above as I have a lot of emails/response about it. The usual "procrastination" are , I want to go BUT I am nervous, I have tried once but failed before, I am not ready, what if I fail, am I too old, I am pretty sure I won't be selected, I am this , I am that and etc etc......