Becoming Thai Airways Cabin Crew

Jan 11, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/10/2020)

Application process

This post provides details on becoming Thai Airways Cabin Crew.

Thinking of becoming Thai Airways Cabin Crew? You can start by looking at the careers section of their website! This is the place where they post any current listings. The listing will state whether you are able to make an application online or whether you need to send some documents to a specific location. Essentially, the listing will tell you what you need to do next and what documents are required to make your application, as this can differ from listing to listing.

Need help tailoring your CV to meet the requirements of the listing? Download my Cabin Crew CV template.

Before making an application you need to check that you got their basic requirements. For example, you must be able to swim 50 meters without stopping and must be under 26 years old (female) and be able able to swim 100 meters and be under 28 years old (male).

If Thai Airways are impressed with your application, you will be invited to an assessment day! The day will consist of a number of activities to assess your suitability for the role.

You are likely to be asked to complete a number of group activities to see how well you work in a team. You may also be asked to do a mini-presentation of yourself, so that the airline can assess how you present yourself and how effectively you can communicate.

Additionally, you will be asked to attend a number of interviews, either as a group or one-to-one. In both cases, you will be asked more specific questions about the role so that the airline can continue to assess whether they think you’d be suitable.

Becoming Thai Airways Cabin Crew

Training

If successful you will begin your training as Cabin Crew! The weeks of training will involve first aid, safety procedures and customer service tips.

Thai Airways use a Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer which simulates in-flight situations such as turbulence, decompression, smoke and passenger evacuations. This enables you to experience emergency situations in a controlled environment, while being able to learn how to react and deal with these types of situations.

Working life

When working as Thai Airways Cabin Crew, you will have the possibility to fly to over 90 different destinations! This includes domestic destinations within Thailand, and also destinations in parts of Asia and Europe.

Your roster will differ each month, with different hours and different destinations! Look at my post ‘What Hours Will I work as Cabin Crew?‘ for more information on Cabin Crew working hours.

Salary

The average annual salary for Thai Airways Cabin Crew is $40,000.

Thai Airways Cabin crew are also entitled to a number of staff benefits. These include free/discounted flights with Thai Airways, Life Insurance, Health Care/Dental plans, and retirement plans.

Accommodation

Thai Airways don’t provide accommodation for their Cabin Crew. Cabin Crew are expected to find their own accommodation near their base airport.

Are you thinking of becoming Thai Airways Cabin Crew? Or have you already had experience as Thai Airways Cabin Crew? I’d love to hear from you, leave your comments in the box below!

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2 Comments
  1. Angel Daniel Jogi

    Hi sir
    I am Angel Daniel Jogi from India and I am 18 years old .it’s my dream to become cabin crew in your airlines. my height is 165 cm and my weight is 40 kg .

    Reply
  2. Debra

    Are international applicants allowed? Do they require degrees?

    Reply

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