Becoming Norwegian Air Cabin Crew

Jan 23, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 27/12/2020)

This post provides details on becoming Norwegian Air Cabin Crew.

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Application Process

If you want to become Norwegian Air Cabin Crew you can apply on their careers website. You are required to submit an online application, including your CV, passport, and photo.

You will need to make sure that your CV meets the demands of the airline. To help we have created a Cabin Crew CV template.

If you meet all of their requirements, you will then be contacted for online testing. The online tests will involve a number of different tasks, including Behavioural Personality, Numeracy, and Verbal Reasoning.

If you pass these tests, you will then be considered for an interview/assessment day. The assessment day will involve a number of interviews so that the airline can ask you personal questions. You will start the day by attending a presentation from Norwegian Air. You will also be asked to complete a number of different tasks, such as group activities and you have the opportunity to try on the uniform.

The day will end with a final interview. You will be asked personal questions about your previous experience and qualities.

Training

If you secure a job at Norwegian Air you will then start your training! Your training will be spread across several months and cover everything you need to know for the job. This includes training in first aid, emergency procedures and customer service.

As part of the training you will be required to complete a number of practical and written exams, which must be passed in order for you to progress and start working as Cabin Crew.

Working life

When working for Norwegian Air you will always receive a stable roster. The monthly roster is published at least 2 weeks prior to the following month, and you will recieve at least 12 days off per month.

You will also be flying to new destinations every month! Norwegian fly to over 100 destinations, including Denmark, Jordan and the USA

Salary

Norwegian Air Cabin Crew can expect to earn around £22,000 a year. This salary is made up of a basic salary and duty pay.

Along with your salary you will also be entitled to a number of staff benefits including, 30 days paid holiday a year.

Accommodation

Norwegian Air do not provide accommodation for their Cabin Crew. You will be expected to find your own place to stay that’s close to the airport. It is also important that you are able to easily get to the airport, and that you find your own transport in order to get to work.

Are you hoping to become Norwegian Air Cabin Crew? or have you already worked for them? I’d love to hear from you, please leave your comments down below!

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