Cabin Crew Air Hostess Salary

Cabin Crew Air Hostess Salary

Cabin Crew Air Hostesses earn an average salary of £15,042 or £8 per hour, with commission ranging from £350 – £11,331 and bonus up to £4,500.

Pay by Experience Level for Cabin Crew Air Hostesses

The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for cabin crew air hostess are as follow:
Entry-level cabin crew air hostess with less than one-year experience earns £11,000 (commission, overtime pay, and tips are included)
Early-career air hostess with 1-4 years of experience, can expect to earn £16,711.
Mid-career air hostess with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £20,100.
Experienced air hostess with 10-19 years of experience will make £24,300.
Late career air hostess with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £27,000 compensation.

Essential Traits for Cabin Crew Air Hostess

Good communication skills, Excellent interpersonal skills, Healthy and fit, Strong writing skills, Fluent in speech, and the ability to work in teams are some of the most popular traits for cabin crew air hostess.

How to Become a Cabin Crew Air Hostess?

To become a Cabin Crew Air Hostess, you must be 18 years or older; you must not have prior criminal convictions. You must be the holder of a valid passport that permits you to travel to all destinations that the airline operates. You must have the right, communication, writing skills, and be able to speak fluent English. If you can write and speak in a second language besides English, that’s a big plus.

Also, you’ll need to show that you can travel with other cabin crew members safely, is well-prepared for emergencies and has a good understanding of what cabin crew members must do. You’ll also need to show that you’re fun to be around, the right candidate for an exciting new career in the world of the airline cabin crew.

What Do Cabin Crew Air Hostesses Do?

Cabin Crew Air Hostesses assist in feeding and caring for passengers and flight attendants and perform any of the following duties that cannot be met by other cabin crew members:

Assist in transferring passengers to and from the aircraft and getting them out of the plane.
Assist in preparing food and beverages for the flight.
Assist in-cabin cleaning.
Assist in the laundry.
Assist other flight attendants in the conduct of their duties.
Assist with seating for passengers, flight attendants and other cabin crew members.
Assist air traffic controllers.
Assist flight deck workers.