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Cabin Crew


Who is a Cabin Crew?

Flight attendants or cabin crew (also known as stewards/stewardesses, air hosts/hostesses, cabin attendants) are members of an aircrew employed by airlines primarily to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers aboard commercial flights,on select business jet aircraft, and on some military aircraft.

What is the role of a Cabin Crew?

The role of an air cabin crew member is to provide excellent customer service to passengers while ensuring their comfort and safety throughout the flight.They’re trained to deal with security and emergency situations which may arise and can administer first aid to passengers.

Minimum Requirement

  • Height Female – 157 cm and Male – 170 cm
  • Age between 18-35 years
  • Pleasing Personality
What all you learn during your training with us and benefits :

Communication skills


It helps you improve
your grammar and Basic English speaking skills. Various types of activities are
conducted during the course module which gives an edge to your spoken English.
DOYENS FLY module is designed in such a manner which is required to enter into
domestic and International Airlines as a “CABIN CREW’


Basic and Functional Grammar



 Group Discussion


 Role Plays in Group & One to One

 Story Telling

 Tele Shopping

 Experience, Moment and Jokes

 TV News Reading & Anchoring

 WH Formula and Comparative Study

 News Paper Reading


 Channel Change Games

 Duties toward
Society, Sharing of Emotions

 Listening Skills Games

 Forms of Verbs


 Alphabets and Vocabulary Games

 Show Hosting


 Stage Handling

 Short Forms

 Public Speaking

 Spelling Study

 Selling Skills

 Mannerly Things

 Story Building Session

 RWS Formula

 Pros & Cons


 Periodic Feels Exposure

 Part of Speech

 Outdoor Presentation

 Sentence Structure

 Audio Video Presentation

 How to Read Time


 One Word Substitutions

 One to One Conversation

 Basic Reading and Speaking

 Management Games

 Formal Informal Letter

 Communication Skill Games

 Daily Usage Words and Sentences

 Interactive Group Exercises


Module 1 – The history of the Cabin Crew position
Module 2 – Criteria to become Cabin Crew and why they are required
Module 3 – Terminology and Definitions
Module 4 – Using the 24 hour clock and the Phonetic Alphabet
Module 5 – Weather conditions that affect flying
Module 6 – Currency Conversion when working as Cabin Crew
Module 7 – Importance of teamwork and communication among Cabin Crew
Module 8 – Personal Presentation of Cabin Crew
Module 9 – Airlines New Entrant Course
Module 10 – An Overview of Normal Cabin Crew Duties
Module 11 – Pre-flight safety briefing of Cabin Crew
Module 12 – The layout of a commercial aircraft
Module 13 – Aircraft communication systems & Passenger Announcements
Module 14 – The Galley
Module 15 – Doors and emergency exits
Module 16 – Types of passengers
Module 17 – Cargo carried within the cabin area
Module 18 – Safety and emergency equipment
Module 19 – Emergency procedures
Module 20 – Evacuation
Module 21 – Ditching
Module 22 – Aviation First Aid
Module 23 – Physiology of flight
Module 24 – Going the extra mile and top tips when working as Cabin Crew



  • Excellent communication skills
  • Confident body language
  • No visible scars/mark/tattoos