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Qantas are recognised as Australia’s biggest domestic and international airline. The airline, founded in the Queensland outback, is the third oldest airline in the world and also owns the low-cost Australian airline Jetstar.
The Qantas headquarters are located Sydney, Australia however they recruit for international crew based in their home country.
Cabin Crew Requirements:
- Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
- Height between 163 – 183cm, or for Qantas 158cm – 183cm
- UK applicants must hold the legal right to live and work in the UK
- An excellent level of health and fitness
- Able to swim 50 metres fully clothed unassisted and tread water for 3 minutes
- Flexibility, dependability and commitment to the cabin crew role
- Strong customer service skills, ideally with recent experience in a face-to-face role
- Can demonstrate empathy in service with people from a variety of cultures and countries
- Experience in Food and Beverage service would be an advantage
- An aptitude for technology
- Multi-lingual abilities would be very desirable
Year one target salaries range between £21,000 and £23,000
- Staff travel opportunities
- Flexible working hours
- Great superannuation policy
- Ability to purchase additional leave
- Competitive basic salary
- Productivity bonuses
- Staff discounts on selected hotels and car hire
- Security of working for a financially stable airline
- Permanent contracts available
- Post employment training and development opportunities
Founders: Sir Hudson Fysh, Sir Fergus McMaster, Paul McGinness, W Arthur Baird
CEO: Alan Joyce
2017 Turnover: $1,401 million
Fleet Size: 285 aircraft across Qantas and Jetstar comprising of the models A330, A380, B787, B747-400, B737-800, B717.
Also currently in the fleet is the specially commissioned Dreamliner ‘Qantas Flying Art’ Emily Kame Kngwarreye.