How to become Asiana Airlines Cabin Crew

Dec 20, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/09/2020)

In this post, I’m going to discuss how you can become Asiana Airlines Cabin Crew! This involves meeting all of the requirements and successfully completing and passing the recruitment process.

Requirements

Before you start the application process, it is essential that you meet all of the requirements. Cabin Crew positions are in very high demand, so any applications that don’t meet the stated requirements will not progress further into the application process. The requirements to become Asiana Airlines Cabin Crew are:

  • Have a minimum height of 162cm, with an arm reach of 217cm (being on tip toes is allowed).
  • Minimum education of a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Be physically fit (you must pass the medical check ups).
  • Have good eyesight.
  • Be fluent in both English and Korean.
  • Have a TOEIC score of 500, or you must pass the Asiana Airlines English test.

Submitting your application

To start your application process, you will need to submit an application on the Asiana Airlines recruitment website. You can do this once there is a job opening that you are interested in. Asiana post all of their current job openings on their website. You will then need to submit a copy of your resume. Make sure your application matches the need of the airline, have a look at the post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV‘ for helpful tips!

Interview

If your CV does match the needs of the airline, then you will be invited to attend an interview. First, you will be divided in to small groups. You will be asked to give an introduction of yourself to the group. You could talk about your skills, previous experience or degree. But make sure you come across as interesting and the type of person that Asiana would want to recruit.

Assessment

After your introduction interview, you will move on to the assessment. You will sit a number of different tests to evaluate your skills. This stage will also test to see if your language skills are up to scratch. You will need to have fluency in Korean and one other specified language.

Interview 2

The second interview is with you individually, and not in a group. The interviewer will ask you a number of questions about what your experiences are and why you want to work as Asiana Cabin Crew. Have a look at the post ‘10 Cabin Crew interview question examples’, for a list of questions you could be asked.

If you successfully pass all of these rounds, you will then attend medical examinations before officially becoming Asiana Cabin Crew!

Have you ever worked for Asiana? I’d love to hear from you, leave your comments below!

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