(Last updated on: 13/12/2021)
Time-keeping when working as Cabin Crew is an essential skill that all applicants and employees must have. It plays an important role in making sure that flights run smoothly and even that the flight runs at all!
In this blog post I will explain to you WHY time-keeping is so important when working as Cabin Crew.
Since they have to balance so many different tasks on board, it is important that Cabin
Cabin Crew time-keeping
Cabin Crew must be punctual and check in at the time that they are required. If you’re late you might miss the pre-flight briefing, which contains vital information about the flight. If you don’t receive this information then you might not be allowed to work the flight at all.
Also, if a member of Cabin Crew is late then the flight they are working on could be delayed. There are legal requirements for the number of Cabin Crew that must be on a flight depending on the number of passengers on the flight. Therefore, if a member of Cabin Crew is missing then the flight will not be able to depart.
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Time-keeping at your interview
As discussed in my post ‘Why you must not be late for your Cabin Crew interview’, time-keeping is also very important during your interview and assessment day. This is the airline’s opportunity to assess whether candidates are right for the job. If you don’t turn up to your interview on time, then the airline
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