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Reference Height Chart

on July 15, 2013

Feet/Inches -> Centimeters 4 feet 6 inches - 137 cm 4 feet 7 inches - 140 cm 4 feet 8 inches - 142 cm 4 feet 9 inches - 145 cm 4 feet 10 inches - 147 cm 4 feet 11 inches - 150 cm 5 feet 0 inches - 152 cm 5 feet 1 inches - 155 cm 5 feet 2 inches - 157 cm

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Medical Assessment

on June 20, 2012

CLASS-II MEDICAL ASSESSMENT ( Applicable to Cabin Crew and Airport Ground Staff). Few of the same tests are also applicable for Hotel Staff. These requirements are applicable for initial and renewal medical examinations of Personnel holding PPL, SPL, GPL, Free Balloon Pilots, Flight Radio Telephone Operators. Ultra Light Aircraft Operators and Cabin Crew Attendants. Once a Candidate clears all the interview rounds, these medical tests are advised and upon its clearance you become a proud employee.

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Duties and Responsibilities of Cabin Crew

on April 22, 2012

Cabin crew are also known as Flight Attendants, Air Hostess, Flight Stewards or even trolley dolly’s! They are primarily on board an aircraft for the safety and welfare of the passengers and secondly for their comfort. If there were no services of food or drink during a flight, there would still have to be a minimum presence of cabin crew for safety, which is a legal requirement. Because cabin crew members are the face of the airline they are expected to excel in customer service and always remain friendly, approachable and enthusiastic with a good sense of self-presentation.

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Hierarchy of Flight Crew

on April 19, 2012

Hierarchy of Flight Crew Hierarchy varies from one airline to the other. Aircraft Crew is divided into two groups- Cockpit Crew and Cabin Crew. As an Aircraft Crew, there is a captain/ Pilot/ Commander, a first officer/ Co- Pilot, possibly a second officer (or another first officer) in the cockpit then a senior cabin crew member (different airlines use different designators) and other junior crew in the cabin. Depending on the airline, more senior crew is in charge of a particular class of travel, than junior cabin crew.

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