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Things you should know about Cabin Crew Job Interviews !!!

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Most airlines organize their interviews into two rounds. the group interview and the personal interview Before you can get to the personal interview, you must clear the group discussion rounds. So I am going to mention about how to clear this round and if you clear this round in this particular format then the personal interview could just be a mere formality. Group discussion : You would be put in a group of 10–15 people and will be given a random topic (relating to airline or non related) and will be given time frame with a center table which will have a pen and paper and asked to discuss the topic. When you sit down, make sure you have correct body posture which is completely formal and open ended and never close ended or not something like defensive with folded hands etc. After the interviewer has spoken about the topic, be the first one to pick up the pen and the paper. It doesn't matter if you write down any points on it or not but the initiative is extremely important and wi

Top World Trends in The Aviation industry- why it is important to keep up with industrial trends !!!

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  Increased Traffic growth  Driven by the emerging middle class, passenger traffic has doubled every 15 years. Forecasts have confirmed that this trend will continue. This results in the necessity to upgrade airport infrastructure and an  increased demand for pilots, aeronautical engineers ,cabin crews and all other stakeholders in the aviation industry The Asia-Pacific region has witnessed a booming air-travel population. As a result, suppliers have targeted this region to gain market presence, thus presenting opportunities for growth. To undertake massive infrastructure upgrade projects, companies form consortiums with service providers from different segments.  Low cost airlines will gain a greater market share worldwide IBA, the leading aviation data, intelligence and advisory company, reported that over 130 start-up airlines will commence operations by the end of 2022. Forty percent of these airlines are projected to be based in Europe. One of the reasons for this expected growth

what must I know before I choose to Take a career in Aerospace Engineering?

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  The longer the time you spend in the industry the better you'll truly understand the big picture. What do I mean by this ? You'll likely study Aerodynamics, Flight Dynamics, Stress Analysis and other key subject matter areas. You'll then enter the work force or go on to further post grad education where you will specialize but it will be only after Some years in the industry, having been exposed to many different programs in many different roles and having worked with many other people, who are subject matter experts in their own right, in fields other than yours, do you gain the wide insight into how every design decision may or may not affect other characteristics of an aerospace vehicle. After 10 years in the industry, I still haven't yet gained that level of insight and I constantly enjoy learning just a little bit more each and every day. What should you know before you join the ranks ? (1) - You should be comfortable with exercising the highest level of attentio

Become an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer with a B1 or B2 European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) License. with the aircraft maintenance college in Netherlands

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Aircraft Maintenance College 66 (or AMC66) is an aircraft maintenance training organisation.The Aircraft Maintenance College 66 is located in the Dutch Province of Limburg in  netherlands.  the college is an EASA certified training centre under EASA APPROVED REFFERENCE: NL.147.7366 it supports international organisations and educational centres with trainings which meet EASA Part-147 training standards and it provides Part-66 approved module examinations to Africa through Kenya Aeronautical College as its  training partner The Aircraft Engineer is also known as an Aircraft Technician at times. While engineer is the commonly used term, technician means the same thing within the aviation industry. Civil Aviation is a highly regulated and respected industry controlled by national aviation authorities. To maintain the enviable safety standards that have been established, people working within the industry must be licensed. In other words, just as Pilots are trained and then licensed to fly

Kenya Aeronautical College student Tops Qatar Airways Cabin crew Recruitment Interviews in Africa !!!

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The Kenya aeronautical college and Skymax flying school family would like to congratulate Murekatete Francoise Ladouce ( Qatar Airways application ID 508349) upon topping the recently conducted Qatar airways cabin crew recruitment in Africa. as you start your career, just like many others that have gone before you, you will have new places to go, new things to try, and new people to meet. its all out there...put your future in good hands. Great thanks goes to the International Air Transport Association for granting  the Kenya Aeronautical College an opportunity to be the TOP Regional Training Centre For Airline Cabin Crew. Represent, Lead and Serve www.kac.co.ke 

Airline Cabin Crew/Flight Attendant Training- Regional IATA training center

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Become an Arline Cabin crew/Flight attendant from the International Air Transport Association Regional Approved and Certified Training Centre. -Kenya Aeronautical college Transform yourself from an enthusiastic beginner into a skilled, career-ready professional, prepared to meet the standards of employers throughout the flight services industry. This exclusive Diploma program is designed to help you develop job-related skills and knowledge in an experiential learning setting preparing you to perform a variety of functions required by the airline industry. Working as a cabin crew for a major airline is an exciting and challenging experience. In addition to jetting off to exotic destinations, the job also requires a high degree of responsibility and specialization to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers is in line with industry regulations. This course is ideal for young professionals and high school graduates looking to get a head start in the profession, introducing the skills a

The shocking growing shortage of aeronautical engineers now spans the entire globes !!!

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 with all research done, this is the best time for one to take a career in aviation.  According to  Boeing’s Technician Outlook: 2018 – 2037 report ,  the global demand for aeronautical technicians could reach as much as 754,000 over the next 20 years. As it currently stands, the industry barely has enough hands on deck. As a result of this, there are major concerns that the industry will stop growing as a result of the shortage of aircraft engineers.😢 The rapid increase in demand for air travel over the past few decades has led to an increase in the demand for aeronautical engineers, which sadly, has not been met. Aviation has been one of the fastest growing industries and the fact that it is global, the need for qualified engineers now spans the entire globe. According to  Boeing’s Technician Outlook: 2018 – 2037 report ,  the global demand for aeronautical technicians could reach as much as 754,000 over the next 20 years. As it currently stands, the industry barely has enough hands