How to become a flight attendant in New Zealand

28 September 2021
How to become a flight attendant in New Zealand

 

Why become a flight attendant?

Flight attendants make sure that passengers travelling in aeroplanes are safe and comfortable.

Are you a people person who loves the idea of waking up in a different city every day? A career in flight attending or aviation could be the perfect fit.  

Alternative job titles

Cabin Crew Member
Travel Attendant

 

Understanding the best way to become a qualified flight attendant in New Zealand looks complicated but is easy. Here are the steps you need to take to start your career as a flight attendant.

Step 1

Choose and enrol with a registered training provider

Step 2

Complete in a level 3 certificate program

Step 3

Progress to level 4 certificate program

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Average Pay

$40 - $65k per year

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Length of training

40-45 weeks

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Available Jobs

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*TradeMe Jobs, April 2022

  • Customer-focused and friendly

  • Good communicators

  • Able to relate to people from a range of cultures and backgrounds

  • Responsible and professional

  • Resilient and calm in stressful situations

  • Able to work well in a team

  • Organised, resourceful and alert.

  • Air New Zealand

  • Jetstar

  • Qantas

  • The Royal NZ Air Force.

 

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Related Provider

New Zealand School of Tourism
Courses:
Travel & Tourism (99)Youth Guarantee Funded (4)
Locations:
NZST Auckland Airport (25)NZST Auckland City (17)NZST Christchurch (21)NZST Dunedin (8)NZST Hamilton (10)NZST Rotorua (9)NZST Wellington (13)

 

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