Very friendly company to work for. Good wages and good incentives for crew to push on board sales if that's your thing. They seem to genuinely care about crew's well being and encourage them to report any safety concerns, confidentially if need be. The crew is very varied - all ages from all walks of life, an interesting mix. You'll learn new skills and make good friends. A typical day can last 12 hours or more so if u like your lie ins and clubbing every weekend, this isn't for you. If you enjoy meeting new people, developing your current skills and learning new ones and you are happy to work 5 or 6 days in a row getting up or going to bed at stupid o clock, it might be right up your alley. It's a hard slog at times and customers can be very rude and demanding - and you're meant to take it on the chin with a smile! You'll need to maintain good uniform standards throughout the day and your knowledge regarding safety procedures etc needs to be spot on - regular revision will help. Don't let your knowledge get stale - crew will be offloaded if their knowledge is not up to scratch in the safety brief. This is my second airline job and I still maintain it is 100% the best job in the world. Some crew are sales driven while others are all about the customer - when u work as one team you'll have a great flight and make money. There are many roles within the company so if cabin crew isn't what you expected, don't just leave! Ask what other roles you can apply for.
Meeting new people. Ongoing learning. Varied shift pattern. Chance of promotion
There's always that one customer you can never please!