How to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew

Oct 14, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/10/2020)

If you’re hoping to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew, there are several steps you will need to complete. In this post, I will explain each step of the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew recruitment. Including everything you need to do to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew.

Online Application

The first step of the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew application process is submitting an online application. You will need to look on their careers site for their current vacancies. If you find a role that suits you, you can apply online and submit your CV.

You need to ensure that your CV matches the requirements of the airline. Have a look at the post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV‘ for advice on your CV.


If Singapore Airlines are impressed with your application and CV, you will be invited to an interview.

The first round of interviews includes a number of basic checks. You will have your height checked and if you reach the height requirement you’ll be asked to hand in your documents. (You will need to hand in an application form, passport sized photo, copy of your IC and your highest education certificate.)

The first part of the interview is as part of a group. There will be around 10 of you and the interviewers will ask a random question, such as what your favourite food is and why. Before answering you also need to give a short introduction of yourself to the group.

The second part is in groups of 6. Firstly, you’ll be split into pairs and asked to introduce each other to the group. The interviewer will then give the group a statement. The group will be split into 2 groups of 3, with one told to agree and one to disagree.

In the third part you will be alone with 2 interviewers. You will be asked a number of different questions based on your experience and interests. For example, you could be asked why you want to work for the company and what are your strengths and weaknesses. For more example questions, have a look at my post ‘10 Cabin Crew interview question examples‘.

Final checks and Kebaya Fitting

If you are successful during the interviews you will then be asked to try on different kebaya’s to find one that fits you for your uniform.

You will then have your weight checked to make sure your BMI is in the healthy range. They will also check your skin to see if it is in a healthy condition and check your body for scars and tattoos.

Finally, you’ll be asked to walk in front of the interviewers and they will assess how you walk.

Pre-employment screening

If you have been successful through all the stages you will have to go through some final pre-employment checks before you can finally become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew. This involves filling out an employment form and having a medical check-up.


If you pass all the steps including the medical check-up recruitment will contact you and you will officially become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew!

For some tips and tricks on how to ace your assessment day, have a read of the post ‘10 things you MUST master to pass your Cabin Crew assessment day.’

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



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