Did you know?
* A recent study estimates that there is on average 1 medical emergency per 604 flights.
* By following the procedures dictated by the airline, cabin crew cannot be held responsible.
* The captain is legally responsible for everything on board the aircraft while it is operating a flight. However as the captain cannot be in the cabin to ensure that everyone is secured for departure, this responsibility is deligated to the cabin crew.
* Being part of a team sometimes requires one to work outside their pre-determinated aeas of responsibility.
Did you know?
* Cabin Crew take a proactive approach and deal with an abnormal situation before it becomes an emergency.
* Cabin crew use the phonetic alphabet when it is important to prevent miscommunication.
* Great customer service is shown by acknowledging passengers’ needs and helping them.
* The first inflight meals were offered in october 1919 when passengers flying from London to Paris were offered packed lunches. The first hot meals were offered on the same route 8 years later.
* In 1921 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines was the first to install a galley on board the aircraft.
Do you want to know more about the Cabin Attendant job? Your international career starts here!
Read here more about the IATA Cabin Crew training.
Start with your IATA study in the Netherlands. Apply at firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll.
TAT is het opleidingsinstituut van IATA op Schiphol. IATA leidt sinds 1945 studenten op voor de luchtvaartbranche en het toerisme.