Do you want to be a Cabin Crew member?
Becoming a Flight Attendant,
As a flight attendant you will hold a “Attestation” license in line with European legislation and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). This license can only be issued by a certified educational organization with the approval of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Cabin crew members.
Occupation: Flight Attendant or Cabin crew
The passenger cabin crew are responsible for the safety and care of the airline passengers and they are specially trained to deal with security and emergency management situations.
It is the cabin crew staff who have the responsibility for the well being of the passengers, and have to ensure their safety during the flight.
The flight attendant will follow a series of procedures before, during, and after the flight, upon the arrival of the aircraft at its destination. These procedures contribute to make it a safe and pleasant flight for all those on board.
The passenger cabin crew also deal with emergencies such as phobias, insecurities, and even the sudden illness of one or more passengers. They must also be able to withstand pressure from the passengers, or even from the captain or the co-pilot on the aircraft.
The cabin crew serve food, coffee, soft drinks, etc. to passengers, however, this is not the only kind of customer service offered.
The specialized training of cabin crews is a top priority for all airlines internationally.
Omega Aviation Academy, with the approval of the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), and based on the regulations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), offers students the opportunity to obtain the Attestation & Attestation Certificate.
ΩMEGA Aviation Academy has international recognition in accordance with EASA (Part CC) regulations and can directly accredit the competence to practice this profession.
Lastly, a flight attendant must possess a personality and character that is suitable and appropriate for this profession
- Friendship and kindness with people
- Discretion and dynamism
- Able to deal with difficult
situations politely but effectively
- Excellent communication skills
- Clear Speech
- Calm and reassuring manner and the ability to
work quickly and efficiently
- To know how to swim
- Effective response to difficult and/or dangerous conditions
- Able to work for long, continuous hours in the air
- Willing to work unstable hours
- Frequent Travelling
- Unhealthy work conditions (prolonged exposure to radiation due to high-reduced humidity – aircraft compression)
- Acceptable of ” jet-lag symptoms ” (the feeling of fatigue and confusion faced by passengers of a long flight and especially long-haul crews -long – haul flights), after a long flight to a destination where the time zone is different from the time zone at the place of origin of the flight.
It is clear that in order to achieve its high reaching goals in the field of aviation, the management of the Omega Aviation Academy are committed to providing all the means, infrastructure, educational material, educational staff and administrative support staff in order to do so, with particular emphasis on an effective quality system (such as ISO9001), which aims to achieve this quality.
Based on this quality and safety system, all of our employees and students must comply with the procedures and regulations of the Academy without exception and the Management will do what is necessary to achieve this compliance.
- GENERAL THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE OF AVIATION & AVIATION REGULATIONS
- AVIATION SUBJECTS
- INTRODUCTION TO INITIAL SAFETY TRAINING MANUAL (STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES)
- PASSENGER HANDLING
- SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES
- AEROMEDICAL ASPECTS AND FIRST AID
- INTRODUCTORY COURSE ON HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION & CRM
- DANGEROUS GOODS
- GENERAL SECURITY ASPECTS IN AVIATION
- SURVIVAL TRAINING
- PRACTICAL TRAINING
- WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING
- FIRE FIGHTING AND I USE OF SMOKE PROTECTION GEAR USED IN AVIATION