Aviation industry had their ups and downs, and currently its experiencing hard but exciting times. The pandemic had a huge impact on aviation and it is sharpening its future. Airlines quickly adopted to a ‘new reality’ by providing Cabin Crew members with personal electronic devices/tablets which helps to communicate and operate. More strict safety measures were introduced and new cleaning systems created.
Competition within airlines will become closer. Airline companies ordering new airplanes which are smaller, less emission, greener and friendly for environment. This will also make travel cheaper.
Ryanair ordered more than 100 brand new airplanes and recruiting new Cabin Crew staff. EasyJet recruiting Cabin Crew members who lost their jobs during first lockdown. Tui looking for a big recruitment this summer.
Aviation industry will bounce back soon and it will be more competitive to get into aviation industry. Companies will recruit candidates who are not just want a job, but who are enthusiastic, interested to make a career in Aviation industry, who are qualified and completed the Airline Cabin Crew training earlier.
Anyone who considering to become Airline Cabin Crew, this is the right time to start preparation by completing the course and prepare CV.
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