Posted by Vue India on November 27th, 2019

The professional life of an air hostess or a cabin crew, as they are officially called, is filled with excitement and challenges. The mile-high life of the airline staff members, especially air hostesses, is not just about travelling to exotic destinations. The profession is quite demanding in nature and it requires a high level of responsibility to ensure the safety and convenience of passengers adhering to the industry regulations.

Young aspirants are ideal for the job as they are eager to start a professional career that enhances their skills and expect them to responsible. If you are planning to become a successful air hostess at leading airline, you need to learn the essential skills for customer service, managing composure in pressure situations.

The IATA-approved Airline Cabin Crew course creates the perfect foundation for young aspirants and transforms them into professional air hostesses ready to work at world-class airlines.

If you are looking forward to making a successful career as an air hostess, here are things that should drive you to take the IATA-approved course for air hostess training.

Also read: Top 4 Reasons You Should Make a Career as a Cabin Crew


The Air Hostess training Course is available in both text and eBook formats. Join an IATA-authorized air hostess training institute (E.g. Skylark Institute of Travel) to get the study material and the guidance of an expert. You can also self-study with the same material.

In our experience, it takes about 40-50 hours of study over the course of 12 months from the date of purchase. The one thing that you must remember is that you need to finish studying the material before the enrolment validity expires as the course content will not be available or take the exam once the validity is over.


The most significant aspect of the course is that it’s entirely job-oriented. At the end of the course, you will have acquired all the necessary skills needed to become a top-class air hostess.

Here are the skills you will learn:

  • Standard practices and regulations followed by the cabin crew
  • Know the different aircraft types and relevant functions of the cabin crew
  • Maintain the standard of passenger service at all situations
  • 360° knowledge of safety and emergency procedures along with virtual cabin walkthroughs
  • Preparing flight reports and executing pre-flight briefs and post landing checking.


The minimum educational qualification for being an air hostess is passing 12th standard. However, top airlines prefer candidates with a graduation degree.

The age limit for being an air hostess in India is 18 to 27 years.

Medical fitness is highly important. Normal 6/6 eyesight is also one of the primary requirements.

If you are looking for a clear path towards making a career as an air hostess, feel free to get in touch with us.


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