These are some questions you will be asked in any cabin crew-related interviews. I believe you want to prepare for an upcoming interview. The following set of frequently asked questions will help you prepare and be in a position to give the correct answer. So, make sure you read all of them.
Cabin Crew Interview Question List to Be Answered
CABIN CREW INTERVIEW QUESTIONS & ANSWERS!
In this article, we will teach you how to pass a Cabin Crew interview. If you have a Cabin Crew interview coming up with any airline, make sure you watch this presentation from start to finish because we promise to help you be successful.
As you already know, competition for Cabin Crew places is fierce. Therefore, you need to give powerful answers to the interview questions that make you stand out from the rest of the applicants. This video will help you to do that.
Now, this video is relevant for all airlines including Qatar, Emirates, Ryanair, EasyJet, Whizz Air, British Airways, Virgin, Tui, Indigo, the list goes on… it does not matter which airline you are applying to work for as Cabin Crew, the tips, questions, and answers in this guide are all suitable.
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16) Is it possible to open flight door at high altitude?
Airplanes are pressurized to the equivalent of 8000 feet for passenger comfort and to facilitate breathing. At higher altitude, around 30,000 feet the air pressure inside the plane is much higher than the pressure outside and this pressure differential will not allow the door to open.
1 Clearly Explain What Clear Ice Is?
Clear Ice refers to the solid precipitation that forms on the aircraft when air temperature ranges between 0 and -3 degrees. At this range, water ice is formed on the aircraft’s surface, which may cause the risk of stalling. This is because the wing will not be able to generate enough lift to support the airplane’s weight. Stalling of aircraft can happen at any speed, and the pilot should stabilize the aircraft. Although stalling can cause accidents, it should be managed properly.