Becoming IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew

Dec 11, 2018 | Cabin Crew

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This post provides details on becoming IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew.

Application process

If you are thinking of becoming IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew, you can apply on their careers website. Their website lists any current openings. If you find a role suitable for you, you can fill out their application form and upload your resume and photo on the website!

You are also asked to submit a number of other documents. These are:

  • passport
  • Pan card
  • Aadhar card
  • mark sheet of class Xth and XIIth
  • (if applicable) a letter of resignation from your previous employer

Need help tailoring your CV to meet the requirements for IndiGo Airlines? Download my Cabin Crew CV template or take a look at my 1:1 Cabin Crew tuition and guidance.

IndiGo Airlines conduct a number of walk-in interviews for their Cabin Crew positions too. For these, you will need to attend with all the necessary documents, listed above. You will be involved in a round of interviews aimed to assess your suitability for the role.

Becoming IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew


If you’re successful in securing the job as IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew, you will undertake 3 months of intensive training. The training will cover a range of topics and areas to make sure you are fully prepared for the role.

You will cover customer service, emergency and safety procedures, and first aid. The training will also involve a number of written and practical tests which you will need to complete before becoming IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew.

Do you want to know more about what Cabin Crew training could involve? Take a look at my post ‘What Does Cabin Crew Training Consist of?’ or take a look at my becoming Cabin Crew e-book.

Working life

When working as IndiGo Airlines Cabin Crew, you will work on flights across the world. IndiGo fly a number of domestic flights within India, and also a number of international flights. 

As Cabin Crew, you will also work a variety of different hours. See my post ‘What hours will I work as Cabin Crew?’ for more information.


The annual salary for Cabin Crew varies, but Cabin Crew can expect to earn Rs. (Indian rupee) 504,000 to 702,000. 

As Cabin Crew for IndiGo Airlines, you will also be entitled to a number of benefits. These include: 13-17 days off per month, life/health insurance, kit allowance, retirement benefits and subsidized traveling.


IndiGo is a low-cost airline and they do not provide accommodation for their Cabin Crew. You are expected to provide your own accommodation, and transport to and from the airport. 

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Dr Hayley Stainton

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