Airlines are relying more and more on ancillary revenue as a way to make a profit. But how can airlines maximise in-flight sales and revenue? As you will have read in my recent post ‘What is Airline Ancillary Revenue Management?’, airlines are finding it more and more difficult to make a profit in today’s industry. […]
Being a Tourism and Aviation Lecturer, I get a lot of people asking me for career advice. One of the most common questions that I’m asked is ‘should I do a degree before becoming Cabin Crew?’ My answer? YES. OK, ok, I hear what you say- ‘but airlines don’t require their Cabin Crew to have […]
Having taught Cabin Crew programmes for over ten years, there is one thing that is clear- there is a dearth of teaching resources to help students and Teachers! In fact, I have been able to find only one Cabin Crew textbook, written in 2015, that I wasn’t the biggest fan of. So, I decided to […]
When most people think of becoming Cabin Crew, or a pilot for that matter, they immediately think of the well-known, commercial airlines. British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, easyJet, Thomas Cook… These are great airlines to work for, but many decide at some point that they have had enough of working for a commercial airline and that […]
This post was last updated on July 8th, 2018 at 09:14 amDue to the large demand for information on becoming Cabin Crew I have created a new website for this purpose. You can now find this post on becomingcabincrew.com.