Ever wondered how to become Cabin Crew for Air France? Read our simple guide to figure out the process.
The French flag carrier, Air France operates flights to 195 destinations across 91 countries and is one of the world’s largest air carriers in terms of revenue and number of passengers.
Before you apply
Make sure you have a copy of your up-to-date CV.
It’s a good idea to also include a cover letter tailored to the role. Remember to highlight skills and work experience that are relevant to a Cabin Crew position with Air France.
Step 1 – The Application Form
To apply, you will need to create an account on the Air France website. You will be prompted to upload your CV plus an optional cover letter.
Be sure to check your emails regularly, including your spam folder. You should receive confirmation of your application, followed by notification if it has passed initial screening.
Should you be successful, you will receive an invitation via email to attend an Assessment Day.
Step 2 – The Assessment Day
It’s normal to be a bit nervous before the Assessment Day, particularly if it’s your first time taking part in something like this.
Check out some tips from people who have been through it before – knowing what to expect can really help ease those nerves!
How you look is very important on the assessment day as this will be the recruitment team’s first impression of you – take a look at our guide here!
The Assessment Day will usually involve lots of group exercises. These range from icebreakers to role-playing scenarios and are designed to assess candidates’ problem-solving and ability to work as part of a team.
Don’t become downhearted if you don’t make it through at this point. It’s extremely competitive and you should be proud of getting to this stage.
Step 3 – The Interview
To become fully-fledged Air France Cabin Crew, you’ll need to ace this part of the recruitment process.
Preparation for the interview is key. Expect to be asked about your customer service experience, qualifications and skills. Have a look at this list of sample questions; it’s handy to be familiar with what the interviewer might ask.
Try to incorporate real-life examples into your answers; explain a particular situation where you provided excellent service. This is your chance to demonstrate that you have got what Air France is looking for.
First impressions are very important so again it’s essential to pay attention to personal appearance.
Beyond this, you should aim to present a friendly, courteous and professional persona. Remember to smile!
You’ll undergo a few checks before you’re officially offered employment.
You’ll need to pass a basic medical examination, as well as a criminal record check.
After this, you’ll be on your way to pre-flight training!
Don’t forget to regularly check the Cabin Crew Wings Jobs Board for current vacancies.