Cabin Crew Currently in Demand in PH

by | Dec 17, 2018 | blog | 0 comments

A widespread coverage of the staffing in the airline industry falls short. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the industry projects a greater demand for cabin crew. That’s one of the reasons why the OMNI Airline Training Academy provides its Cabin Crew Training Program: to make it accessible for aspiring flight attendants.

The IATA recently released its Aviation Human Resources 2018 report. The Circle Research performed an independent survey on more than 100 HR professionals at airlines, airports, and ground service providers.

The survey found that 76 percent of the respondents project growth in cabin crew jobs in a span of two years. Meanwhile, 70 percent of them anticipate growth in the industry in about 10 years.

The greatest need for cabin crew lies in the markets of Asia-Pacific and Middle East, and Africa. These regions stand as the top growth market today, based on the IATA’s 20-year forecast.

All these facts and figures point out to one significant truth: now is the perfect time to apply as a cabin crew.

At the OMNI Airline Training Academy, individuals interested in becoming flight attendants may take the Cabin Crew Training Program. The Academy offers a rigorous training that equips aspiring cabin crew with the skills and knowledge that every flight attendant must have.

To further strengthen the core of its program, the OMNI Airline Training Academy tied up with John Robert Powers. The partnership intends to enhance the Personality Development course of the training in the Academy.

To be the best, join the best. At the OMNI Airline Training Academy, anyone can reach their dreams of soaring high in the field of cabin crew.

For more information, contact the OMNI Airline Training Academy today.

A widespread coverage of the staffing in the airline industry falls short. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the industry projects a greater demand for cabin crew. That’s one of the reasons why the OMNI Airline Training Academy provides its Cabin Crew Training Program: to make it accessible for aspiring flight attendants.

The IATA recently released its Aviation Human Resources 2018 report. The Circle Research performed an independent survey on more than 100 HR professionals at airlines, airports, and ground service providers.

The survey found that 76 percent of the respondents project growth in cabin crew jobs in a span of two years. Meanwhile, 70 percent of them anticipate growth in the industry in about 10 years.

The greatest need for cabin crew lies in the markets of Asia-Pacific and Middle East, and Africa. These regions stand as the top growth market today, based on the IATA’s 20-year forecast.

All these facts and figures point out to one significant truth: now is the perfect time to apply as a cabin crew.

At the OMNI Airline Training Academy, individuals interested in becoming flight attendants may take the Cabin Crew Training Program. The Academy offers a rigorous training that equips aspiring cabin crew with the skills and knowledge that every flight attendant must have.

To further strengthen the core of its program, the OMNI Airline Training Academy tied up with John Robert Powers. The partnership intends to enhance the Personality Development course of the training in the Academy.

To be the best, join the best. At the OMNI Airline Training Academy, anyone can reach their dreams of soaring high in the field of cabin crew.

For more information, contact the OMNI Airline Training Academy today.