Working as a Cabin Crew
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“Great good kind fun happy”
“You can enjoy a flexible working pattern”
“I love being able to help others, I am happy when my patients are happy and comfortable.”
“I did really enjoy the training process.”
“Strong teamwork skills developed and enjoyable camaraderie”
“fun light happy friendly environment”
“Plenty of travel benefits, can enjoy reduced price airline tickets”
Top Companies for Cabin Crew
Jet Airways (India) has India covered, flying to about 45 destinations throughout the country from its primary hub in Mumbai and several secondary hubs. The airline operates a fleet of more than 85 aircraft, mostly Boeing 737s. Besides domestic service, Jet Airways flies to about 20 cities in Asia, Europe and North America. It extends its offerings via code-sharing relationships with carriers such as Qantas and Brussels Airlines. (Code-sharing enables airlines to sell tickets on one another's flights and thus offer potential passengers service to additional markets.) Subsidiary JetLite serves about 30 destinations, mostly in India. Jet Airways was founded in 1993 and is controlled by Chairman Naresh Goyal.
IndiGo is India’s largest passenger airline with a market share of 49% as of May 2019. We primarily operate in India’s domestic air travel market as a low-cost carrier with focus on our three pillars – offering low fares, being on-time and delivering a courteous and hassle-free experience. IndiGo has become synonymous with being on-time.
Flying lotus? Holding company Air India Ltd. owns India's national flag carrier, Air India, which serves top yoga (and many other less serene) destinations. The carrier and its affiliates boast a fleet of 150-plus Airbus and Boeing aircraft that offer domestic and international flights to passengers. Affiliate Air India Express operates as a low-fare carrier between India and the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Air India Cargo provides freight transportation. The government of India combined Air India and Indian Airlines, both state-controlled carriers, under one umbrella (formerly known as National Aviation Company of India Limited [NACIL]), in 2007. Today, Air India holds more than 18% domestic market share.
SpiceJet aims to add a little flavor to the life of India's budget-minded travelers. The company offers low-priced flights to almost 20 cities throughout India using a fleet of about 20 Boeing 737s, which are suited to the short- to medium-range flights the company makes within the country. In addition to its flights, the company offers corporate incentive programs and travel insurance. In conjunction with the State Bank of India and GE Capital Services, it also offers a SpiceJet branded MasterCard. The airline was formed in 2005 and plans to offer international flights. Media magnate Kalanithi Maran owns about 40% of SpiceJet through his KAL Airways.
Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the State of Qatar is celebrating 20 years of Going Places Together with travellers across its more than 150 business and leisure destinations. Qatar Airways is the world’s fast growing airline and has been awarded multiple awards: World's Best Business Class; Best Business Class Airline Lounge and Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East.
First Student knows that a student's first assignment is to get to school, safely and on time. Together, First Student and sister company FirstCanada transport about five million students to and from their classrooms every day via a fleet of some 44,000 buses. As North America's #1 school bus business, they operate from a network of 500-plus locations, spanning 39 states in the US and seven provinces in Canada. In addition to transportation, the company offers a slew of ancillary services, including preventative maintenance, fuel (its storage and purchase), route optimization, used bus sales, and more. First Student is a subsidiary of FirstGroup America, which is a unit of UK bus and train operator FirstGroup.