What is the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew recruitment process?

Nov 10, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/10/2020)

Success in the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew recruitment process is crucial if you want to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew. In this post, I will discuss each part of the process and explain what you will need to do to ace it!

Online applications

The first step of the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew recruitment process is online. Singapore Airlines post their current job vacancies on their website. If you are looking to apply you can view their job openings which include their job requirements. To make an online application you need to select the job you are interested in and then fill out the forms online. You will also need to submit your CV. Check out the post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV‘ for advice on how to tailor your CV to Singapore Airlines!

First round of interviews

If your online application matches what Singapore Airlines are looking for, then you will be invited to the first round of interviews. During these preliminary interviews you may be asked to do a number of activities such as giving an introduction of yourself to the group and answer a random question such as ‘what is your favourite breakfast food and why?’ Those who pass this round will then move on to another set of interviews in a smaller group.

These preliminary interviews also involves several different tests. The first test is an essay and precis which asks you to answer an essay question and then summarise a given text. You will also be asked to complete a psychometric assessment which involves numerical, verbal, logical and deductive reasoning tests. Candidates who have been shortlisted from this round will then be invited to a final round of interviews.

Final interviews

The final interview is 2 on 1 and runs like a normal interview would. You will be asked a number of questions about yourself, your experience and why you would be suitable to work as Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew. Have a look at my post ‘10 Cabin Crew interview question examples‘ for some questions you could be potentially asked!

Pre-employment checks

If you have passed all of the interview stages, you will then need to pass the pre-employment checks before you can officially become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew. These checks include a medical check-up to ensure you’re healthy and fit enough to be Cabin Crew.


If you have successfully passed all of the interviews and tests you will finally be hired! The Singapore Airlines recruitment team will contact you to let you know you have officially got the job.

You may also be interested in my posts: ‘What is the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew age limit?‘, ‘How to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew‘, ‘What to expect at the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew assessment day‘, and ‘What is the salary for Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew?’

Are you hoping to become Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew? Or have you ever been through the Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew recruitment process? I’d love to hear from you, please leave your comments down below!


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