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Postby simmy » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 6:56 pm

Hi

Can anyone please advice me on the following!! I am a 24 yr old British citizen living in Uk for the past 24 years & I am hoping to apply for the SIA cabin crew position in Singapore, however I have read the SIA air stewardess requirements & I believe it says malaysian or singapore citizen, therefore I would like to know does that mean I have no hope as I am not any of the stated citizens. :???: :???:

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Re: Advice please!!!!

Postby Plavt » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 7:20 pm

simmy wrote:Hi

Can anyone please advice me on the following!! I am a 24 yr old British citizen living in Uk for the past 24 years & I am hoping to apply for the SIA cabin crew position in Singapore, however I have read the SIA air stewardess requirements & I believe it says malaysian or singapore citizen, therefore I would like to know does that mean I have no hope as I am not any of the stated citizens. :???: :???:



http://www.singaporeair.com/saa/en_UK/content/company_info/careers/local_cabincrew_details.jsp

You have NO CHANCE - see the above link - where you should have looked in the first place.

However, if you are really keen to work for an Asian airline, I suggest Japan Airlines who who have recruited a number of westerners into their cabin crew but make a point of doing some research first.

http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/ftopic31281-15.html

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Postby Quasimodo » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 9:28 pm

I guess if it says Malaysian or Singaporean only, then you are out of luck - by definition alone.

I do remember a while back SIA had Sri Lankans (Hello Vijay, one of the most beautiful and intelligent women I have ever had the priviledge to go out with) and Japanese (Hello Michyio . . . etc . . . )

If I may suggest you learn one Asian language (Malay would be the easiest) and then apply with BA or some other Euro-carrier . . .
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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 10:08 pm

I would think simmy would fit right in with the current crop of FA wannabes. S(he) also has problems understanding simple english (and english to boot).

If it says only malaysian or singaporeans then where is the confusion? :?

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Postby Quasimodo » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 10:10 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:I would think simmy would fit right in with the current crop of FA wannabes. S(he) also has problems understanding simple english (and english to boot).

If it says only malaysian or singaporeans then where is the confusion? :?


Ah, but where there is choice, SMS, there is confusion! Hic! =P~
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Postby simmy » Mon, 27 Mar 2006 10:04 pm

:x :o :x :o :o
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Postby simmy » Mon, 27 Mar 2006 10:12 pm

WATEVER Quasimodo and sundaymorningstaple!! Of course I understand simple English, for god sake Im a UK born & bred, its just that I have been recieving different feedback from different ppl, so therefore its peopl like u who cant understand original English & people like u are confusing pps like me!!! By the way I have recently recieved feedback from SIA Human Resources & apparantly they have confirmed if I relocate to Singapore I have 100% chance to become part of the SIA crew!!! so there u go, people like u should not be on this forum cuz ur just arrogant & confusing!!!! :shock: :shock:
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Postby Plavt » Mon, 27 Mar 2006 10:24 pm

By the way I have recently recieved feedback from SIA Human Resources & apparantly they have confirmed if I relocate to Singapore I have 100% chance to become part of the SIA crew!!! so there u go, people like u should not be on this forum cuz ur just arrogant & confusing!!!!



If you already have this information then why ask anybody here? You only had to go to the airline's website in order to acquire this information, talk about lacking in common sense. BTW I think you will find they only employ persons with an Asian complexion in their cabin crew. Confusion? Looks like you are the one who is confused.

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Postby simmy » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 4:50 pm

Btw Plavt what part of the following quote did u not understand " I have recently recieved the information" this was after I added this topic on2 this forum so wat part did u not understand,I didn't think it takes a genious to work that out!! However if u were not able to answer my question there was no need to try, cuz as I have already stated ppl/jokers like u tend to confuse others, so therefore in the future I advice u not 2 give out any advice that u are not able to understand urself!! *Also I am an Asian origin so the Asian look will definately not b a problem for me!!! :) :)


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Postby Plavt » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 6:22 pm

simmy wrote:Btw Plavt what part of the following quote did u not understand " I have recently recieved the information" this was after I added this topic on2 this forum so wat part did u not understand,I didn't think it takes a genious to work that out!! However if u were not able to answer my question there was no need to try, cuz as I have already stated ppl/jokers like u tend to confuse others, so therefore in the future I advice u not 2 give out any advice that u are not able to understand urself!! *Also I am an Asian origin so the Asian look will definately not b a problem for me!!! :) :)


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"Dnt talk outa ur ass if u cant talk outa ur mouth"!! 8-) 8-)


You are the one talking out of your ass, not only are you very rude but also unbelievably thick! The information you needed is available on SIA's website where you obviously do not have enough common sense to look and as I pointed out in the beginning. (what I meant was has you looked you would not have needed to ask). Nothing I said confused anybody and I understood perfectly so don't tell me not give out advice now take a good look at yourself in the mirror pitiful moron that you so obviously are!

You a flight attendant with manners and an attitude like yours – no chance fortunately.

BTW Your English is pathetic!

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Postby simmy » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 7:00 pm

See u still don't get it, now this definately shows who is thick & who is not!!! Btw appalling attitude only comes out 4 appalling ppl like u, & also I don't think u are good enough to tell any1 what they can & not be especially not me. U should definately take a leaf outa ur book & have a deep good look at urself, altho im not sure it will help!!! Also thnx 4 ur previous advice, however I dnt think I will need it, so take care & please dont bother 2 write back, it's pathetic playing toddler games on ere!!! *Also talkin about appalling English well.... U should try using the spelling check!! :roll: :roll:
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Postby Plavt » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 7:05 pm

I will answer if I choose to and since you fell for it I would say you are the toddler not to mention the fact you cannot even spell or even write correct English and you and English national.......

BTW Get your dictionary out and have a look at YOUR spelling.

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Postby simmy » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 7:13 pm

Its called using shorthand abbreviations, I dnt know if ur aware of it!!!

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Postby Plavt » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 7:24 pm

simmy wrote:Its called using shorthand abbreviations, I dnt know if ur aware of it!!!


I am aware of it but does it ever occur to you that persons whose first language is not English would very often have great difficulty in understanding what you say? Not only that your posts are rife with spelling mistakes. I am not trying to be patronizing when I say this but you will need to have to get out of the habit of both if you are in anyway serious in your career pursuit. Two recent posts by Trinkflasche and Singaporegrrl bear this out although I have known for some considerable time that this is one thing SIA look at in particular. No employer likes badly written English and I can assure should they see such an application form will rapidly find its way into the bin. Something else you have not considered and why I said 'you fell for it' you have allowed me to wind you up from the beginning. Think about it Simmy, if you on a plane with an aggressive or awkward passenger how would you deal with them when they are right in front of you? Remember I am in front of my computer, you do not know where but I cannot hurt you, passengers can and some will.

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Postby simmy » Tue, 28 Mar 2006 7:34 pm

I suppose you have made a valuable point & therefore I suppose I owe u an apology!!!


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