How to become Indigo Airlines Cabin Crew

Feb 10, 2020 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/10/2020)

In this post, I am going to tell you how you can become Indigo Airlines Cabin Crew! Indigo hold a number of walk in interviews/assessment days, involving a number of different steps.

Requirements

Before you start your Indigo Airlines Cabin Crew application, it is essential that you meet all of their requirements. If you don’t, it is very likely that your application will be rejected straight away. The requirements for Indigo Airlines Cabin Crew are:

  • Female Indian national, with an Indian passport.
  • Aged between 18 and 27.
  • Passed 10+2 examination.
  • Fluent in both English and Hindi.
  • Minimum height of 155 cm, with weight proportionate to BMI.
  • You should also have positive body language and be well groomed – any tattoos should not be visible when in uniform.

Application process

Indigo Airlines hold a number of walk-in interviews, however it is mandatory that you submit an online application on their careers website, www.goindigo.com, before. Indigo post their current opening and vacancies on this site, so when you find one that’s perfect for you, you can make an application. The online application requires you to fill out an application form and upload a photo of yourself.

It is important that your CV matches the criteria of the airline, have a look at the post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV‘.

Interview

The interview process involves a number of rounds, aimed to assess your suitability for the role. Firstly, the airline will check that you meet the requirements. This may involve a height test, reach test and body check for any visible tattoos. Not meeting these basic requirements you will be turned away instantly.

You will then be split into groups and will be asked to complete group activities. This could involve discussing a question or topic or being given a task to solve. You may also be asked to give a brief self-introduction of yourself to the group. You should make sure that you appear confident and professional.

If you pass the group stage, you will then have a 1-to-1 interview with a recruiter. Here you will be asked a number of question based on your CV, personality and suitability for the role. For example, you may be asked why you want to work for Indigo Airlines or why you want to become Cabin Crew. It is important that you answer confidently and have a good understanding of the airline and what they are looking for in their Cabin Crew. It is very important that you do your research beforehand!

What to bring with you

Indigo ask you to bring a number of documents with you to the walk in interview. You are required to bring:

  • 2 passport sized photos.
  • Copy of your CV.
  • Photocopies of 10th and 12th mark sheets from a recognised board or university.
  • Aadhar card.
  • PAN card.
  • Passport.

What to wear

Indigo Airlines specify what they want candidates to wear to the interview day. You are asked to wear a half-sleeve shirt, a well-fitted knee length skirt with black stockings.

It is essential that you adhere to the dress code, as the recruiters will be looking to see if you are well presented. Also, it shows you have read what they are expecting from you.

Are you hoping to become Indigo Airlines Cabin Crew? I’d love to hear from you, leave your comments down below!

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