Air Cabin Crew

We want the training process to be fun and motivating, so we’ve designed a balanced theoretical-practical programme, instructed by highly qualified professionals.

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Air Cabin Crew

We want the training process to be fun and motivating, so we’ve designed a balanced theoretical-practical programme, instructed by highly qualified professionals.

Internships

Our goal is for you to learn the theoretical knowledge to be a flight attendant and receive the best training for your future career.  To achieve this, we provide you with highly real and extensive internships.  You’ll be able to do them in our unsurpassed facilities and practise on our full-scale airplane replica.

Course content

  • Dealing with health emergencies.
  • Use and management of an emergency raft for aircraft.
  • Simulations of emergency activities with a resuscitation dummy.
  • Rescue and survival for emergencies in the water.
  • Procedures in the case of fire or dangerous goods on board.
  • Handling life jackets.
  • Introducing yourself to passengers.
  • Preparing for interviews.
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PROGRAMME

Becoming a part of cabin crew is within your reach. With your enthusiasm and our experience in aeronautical training, it won’t be difficult to achieve!

 

You’ll always receive individual attention from our experienced trainers to ensure you have all the necessary guidance to lead to success.

 

We want you to have all the support you need to make use of your knowledge in the real world, which is why we provide you with the invaluable help of job advisers from our renowned Department of Labour Orientation.

You’ll enjoy this unmatched experience while making your dreams come true.

 

As an air steward, you’ll travel all over the world and discover different countries, cultures and people who’ll become great friends. You’ll have unforgettable moments!

What more could you want?

We adapt to you and programme schedules according to your personal circumstances. You can take our air cabin crew course at different times: morning, afternoon, night and even Saturdays.

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REQUIREMENTS to be a flight attendant

Be an EU national or have a residence/study permit.

You must turn 18 years old before the date of the final exam. The maximum recommended age is 35. Those over this age can still take the course, but must bear in mind that they will have reduced job opportunities in this sector.

Depends on the airline:

Women: From 1.57m (approx.)

Men: From 1.68m (approx.)

CIMA Class CC APT Aviation Medical Examination required to verify that you are in good physical and mental condition (good cardio-respiratory health, nervous system, adequate hearing and normal functioning of throat, nose and ears).

Eyesight: you must not exceed 5 diopters, although the use of contact lenses and glasses is admitted.  Regulations are subject to change.

Physical appearance should be appropriate (if you have any tattoos or piercings, they should not be visible).

You must pass a practical exam (100 metres in 2 minutes and 30 seconds).  Our swimming instructors will help you if you need to work on this.

A perfect command of Spanish is required, plus knowledge of English. Our school will help you in this area with an Aeronautical English Course.

To take the course you must have a HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA or equivalent qualification. It is important to know that some airlines also request an upper secondary school qualification, such as the Baccalaureate.

Obtain the Air Cabin Crew title once you’ve completed the flight attendant course at an aeronautical centre approved by the Ministry of Development, such as the Aviation High School.

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