You may read more about my previous blog post where I address all of your inquiries about what it’s like to be a flight attendant in general, how to apply to be one, and much other advice from my experience as a flight attendant here. I’ve produced this blog post with answers to all of your questions about my experience working as a flight attendant for Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways because you also had some inquiries, especially about how to become a flight attendant for Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways.
If you’re interested in learning more about what it’s like to be a flight attendant in general, how the job functions, or how to apply, you can read my responses to those topics in my blog post.
There were some general inquiries, as well as inquiries about my experiences as a flight attendant with Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways. When I travel far outside of Europe, I like to choose Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways as my airline.
The fact that it suddenly changed its name to Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways was a coincidence. They were the ones that traveled to Stockholm in 2011 to look for flight attendants. I wasn’t sure whose airline had arrived at the moment; it could have been Emirates or Etihad Airways. So the fact that it suddenly changed to Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways was a coincidence.
The entire course was taught in English, including all course materials, lectures, programs, and assessments. Although it was soᴍᴇᴛʜing new to me, I did extremely well in my English language study. Being a flight attendant for a 5-star airline like Qᴀᴛᴀʀ Airways put a lot of pressure on me to perform well, which made the job itself challenging. It should be noted, though, that it was a fantastic profession and a pleasure to travel the world while getting paid for it!
Depending on the flight type and location I had on my calendar, it varied greatly from month to month. If I took long-haul flights to the United States, South America, or Aᴜsᴛʀᴀʟɪᴀ, I might have flown once or twice every week; however, if there were frequent short flights to Dubai, I might have flown three times per week. As I indicated, it may vary significantly from month to month. Then there is the training that you must complete a few days a year, which means that you might miss a week of flying in order to have time to prepare for the training and to recover before the subsequent flight.
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