What Is Cabin Crew
Who is a Cabin Crew? A Cabin Crew for a commercial flight is a person who is hired and employed by the airline’s authority to work for the airline. A cabin crew is also known as flight attendant, steward/stewardesses , air host/ air hostess. The primary job responsibility of a cabin crew or air host/ air hostess is to ensure the safety of the passengers, assist the passengers and to ensure comfort for them.
Job Responsibilities of a Cabin Crew: Though the primary and main job responsibilities of a air hostess / cabin crews is to ensure the safety and comfort of the passengers but they have others responsibilities as well. The list of job responsibilities of a cabin crew are listed below: •Ensuring the passengers’ pleasant journey. •Welcoming passengers on board and directing them to their seats. •Administering first aid. •Ensuring that safety and security regulations. •Preparation and serving or selling of on-board food and beverage. Making announcements on behalf of the pilot and answering passenger questions during the flight. •Assuring passengers to follow the correct emergency procedures. •Offering comfort items including magazines, newspapers, blankets, pillows, hot towel service to the passengers. •Distributing custom forms on international flights and assist passengers with their proper completion prior to landing. •Verifying Boarding particulars. •Conducting cabin checks every 15–30 minutes, especially during night flights. •Checking on the passengers, and listen for any unusual noises or situations. Ensuring all equipment such as life-vests, torches and firefighting equipment are on board, in proper condition & in the right quantity. •Reporting any unserviceable or missing items prior to takeoff. •Monitoring the cabin for any unusual smells or situations. •Maintaining certain precautions such as keeping doors disarmed or open during fueling on the ground. •Demonstrating the safety features of the aircraft to the passengers. •Assisting the loading of carry-on baggage, checking for weight, size and dangerous goods. Securing the cabin by ensuring tray tables are stowed, armrests down and carryovers stowed correctly, seats are in their upright positions, seat belts fastened prior to takeoff. •Checking the lavatory to ensure the smoke detector hasn’t been deactivated. •Checking regular cockpit to ensure the pilot’s health and safety. •Ensuring passengers disembark safely at the end of a flight & checking if there is any luggage or baggage left in the overhead lockers. •Crosschecking prior to landing. •Completing paperwork, including writing a flight report.