Resume Help

Do You Need a Cover Letter for Your Cabin Crew Application?

Do You Need a Cover Letter for Your Cabin Crew Application?
  • Pingback: Etihad Cabin Crew Recruitment – Step by Step Process 2017 - Paddle Your Own Kanoo()

  • zahidltfmalik

    This was rarely an sucessful information for me!! and i will be in touch with this site and may contact you!!

    • PYOK Admin

      Hello and thanks for your message. I’m really concerned to hear of your experience. Would you be happy to email contact@paddleyourownkanoo.com to share some more information?

  • PYOK Admin

    Hi Bella. That sounds like something we should cover in a full article – in brief, it’s more about demonstrating your English language skills as well as your enthusiasm and desire to travel. It can be anywhere in the world but you have to show a passion for the destination. Also, take a look at the key Etihad principles – “cultured, considerate, warm and generous”. Think how your dream vacation destination emulates those principles. And whatever you do, make sure the grammar and spelling is spot on!

  • PYOK Admin

    Hi Hanson,
    Thanks for your message and sorry for the delay in getting back to you. The ideal vacation questions is two-pronged – the first is a simple English fluency and grammar test. So make sure your answer is written perfectly without any tiny mistakes. The second is to simply judge what kind of person you are. Take a look at Etihad’s cabin crew hospitality qualities: “cultured, considerate, warm and generous.” So your vacation destination can be anywhere – the answer is **why** you want to go there. Is it to find out about a new culture? To try new cuisines? To learn a language? Rediscover yourself? For spiritual or cultural enlightenment? This isn’t just any holiday but a holiday of a lifetime so let your imagination run wild. Forget about possessions but answer with the life experiences you’d pick up on your dream vacation.
    That all being said – Although you can apply for the position, Etihad isn’t recruiting new cabin crew until next year at the earliest. We’ve found lots of candidates getting rejected when we’d ordinarily expect them to be shortlisted for an Assessment Day. If you are successful, you’ll be placed in a ‘holding pool’ and then contacted once AD’s start again.