Very hard to say; one view is they might want somebody with no experience so the the company can train them their particular way. On the other hand experience counts for a lot in a recession when employers are not keen to spend money on training.trenteans wrote:Hi Lindy,
I was just wondering whether BA's looking for totally fresh gals who has no flying experiences before or otherwise..
A very nice post but don't limit the extent of your Chinese conversational ability to this. As you say yourself;saraqz wrote: My advice for all who's thinking of trying out for BA would be to go borrow the inflight announcement booklets of friends who are cabin crew. You will then be able to have a good idea of the written style of a typical inflight announcement and pick up useful vocab from it.
That said, I didnt do very well for my interview but I learnt from it. Hope my little tips can help you prepare for the next BA interview=)
...more for other readers, remember passenger enquiries will vary and won't always be related to the airline.saraqz wrote: My reading passages were on Queen Victoria's reign (Eng) and the economic ties between Sri Lanka and Singapore
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