Wow it surprises me too that you actually when for the interview without knowing so much things. May I ask what is the reason for you to join theValentin wrote:Can anyone tell me abit more about the daily routine of a cabin crew? When we start flying, i mean like how we would know our schedules. Also, do we pay for our accomodation & what's the accomodation like? Do we share rooms? Jus would like to know more about a typical lifestyle and routine of a cabin crew. Pls comment.
Airline?? Maybe you don't mind wasting your time to go interview first then find out more about the job when you pass it, luckily for you, you got the offer. But I would say 95% of the other people will find out the pay, working condition, welfare etc first before applying for the job. Your question is actually a very common one here, its just that it had always been ask by people who wanted to apply for the job and wanted to find out more before applying. You are different, as you do it the other way round, you got the offer 1st then starts thinking about the job, that does not reflect very well on your intention of getting the job. As the people here are all very passionate about becoming a Flight Attendant in SIA, please bare with the comments being made here at really surprises and shock many here.
For the benifits of the rest of the members here I will try to answer your questions.
1) Roster is usually being release 1-2 months before hand so you can "plan your life around it".
2)Hotels are provided by the company when you layover in out station.
3)The best hotel, usually 5 stars, around the city is being provided. (Subjected to changes as cost cutting is the in-thing nowaday, good things never last and bad things never ends)
4)You do not share room, everyone have their own room.
5) Life oversea is very different for every individual, basically you do whatever you want but nothing illegal.