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How to improve your communication skills as a cabin crew member

Working as a cabin crew member or flight attendant means that you need to interact with your passengers. There’s no way around it, you must be able to make positive impressions on your passengers by having the right social and communication skills. This...

Flight engineer job description

A flight engineer is a vital team member in ensuring the safety of passengers and a fully working aircraft, engineers conduct crucial checks and testing before the aircraft is deemed worthy for travel. The role of a flight engineer is a rewarding and...

Making a great first impression at an interview

If you're heading for a job interview, you'll want to make a great first impression. Why? Because great first impressions have a lasting effect on an employer when considering who suits the job. When preparing for a job interview, you should think about everything...

First officer job description

The role of a first officer is to be the second pilot (also referred to as the co-pilot) to the captain of an aircraft. On hand to assist the captain in flight preparation and operation of the aircraft, the first officer is present to fly the plane, should...

Mental health care for a happy flying career

The freedom and excitement of travelling the world is a pleasure you want to keep and enjoy for as long as you fly. To do that, a little bit of housekeeping is in order to make sure you get the best out of your time in the air. Physical and mental health...

Career on autopilot?

If you’re looking for your next challenge, join us on October 3rd for the recruitment event of the year – the Aviation Job Expo.
You’ll meet exhibitors such as KLM Engineering, BA City Flyer, Bombardier and headline sponsors, BAE Systems.
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