Becoming Jet Airways Cabin Crew

Dec 15, 2018 | Cabin Crew

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This post provides details on becoming Jet Airways Cabin crew.

Becoming Jet Airways Cabin Crew

Application process

If you’re thinking of becoming Jet Airways Cabin Crew, you can attend one of their open days. These open days are held across India and allow you to submit your CV to the airline. But must first make sure that you meet their minimum requirements for the job. These include:

  • being aged between 18 – 30
  • having a height of 170cm (men) or 157cm (women)
  • having fluency in English and Hindi

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

If the airline is impressed by your CV you will then be invited to attend the Cabin Crew screening. Here they will check that you meet all the requirements for the job – for example, that you look presentable and that you have all the correct documentation.

After this, you will then go through the assessment process. This starts with a self-introduction where, surprise surprise, you have to speak about yourself. You will then be interviewed and asked specific questions, such as your strengths and weaknesses. Following this, you will also be asked to get involved in a number of group tasks. These are to assess how well you work as a member of a team!


If you’re successful in becoming Jet Airways Cabin Crew, then you’ll embark on a 3 month training programme! This training will provide you with everything you need to know for the job. You will have an introduction from the company who will tell you more about the airline, what they stand for and what they expect from you. This includes how you should act and their dress guidelines.

The training will also cover everything you need to know for the job. This includes customer service skills, first aid, security, and emergency procedures. The training also consists of many exams which you will need to pass before you can start your new job as Jet Airways Cabin Crew.

Note: Jet Airways do charge Rs 50,000 as a training fee.

Working life

When working for Jet Airways you will be based at an Indian Airport. Their main bases are situated in Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi. Jet Airways fly to 67 places across the world, including flights within India and international flights to Asia, Europe, and North America.


Your salary will be made up of your base pay and then any additional bonuses. You will typically receive bonuses and commission for items sold on board the flight.

Take a look at my post ‘What salary do Cabin Crew get?’ for more information on Cabin Crew salaries!


Jet Airways does not provide accommodation for its Cabin Crew. You’re required to find your own accommodation in India.

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Dr Hayley Stainton

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