Cabin Crew Assessment Preparation

Looking to join cabin crew staff? This is an exciting career choice, but in order to get a place on the cabin crew training programmes, there are a series of tests and assessments you need to get through first. Find out more about these tests below.

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Last update: 01/03/2021

Assessment process consist of

Interview Questions & Answers

Most frequently asked interview question for the air hostess and air attendant interview.

Presentation Exercise

You may be asked to pick an item and describe its many alternative uses.


e.g. a water bottle. Think outside the box! It can store water or other items, used to collect condensation to drink water or cut in half and use to drink/eat out of, move soil or protect plants, send a message etc

Personality Test

Be totally truthful in this one. There are honestly no right or wrong answers.

Group Exercises

A group exercise is an assessed discussion exercise that involves a small group of candidates (usually 8-10 people), following a question posed by a member of a firm’s recruitment team

Role Play

A role play is an exercise about dealing with a situation as you normally would, where candidates act out a scenario with either a group or an interviewer, to determine how suitable the candidate is for a particular role

Aptitude Tests

General Knowledge Test

General knowledge test which includes things like geography, airport codes, currency or the 24 hour clock.

Verbal Reasoning Test

The test measures the ability to draw logical conclusions from complex verbal information.

Numerical Reasoning Test

The test assesses the ability to find and retrieve relevant information when confronted with different types of question.

English Tests

Respond to questions regarding structure, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and aeronautical interaction skills.

Math Test

Your task is to do some basic maths operations (addition, subtraction, division, percentage, currency conversion, etc…)

Memory Test

Memorize the locations of cards set out in a grid, with the goal of pairing together cards with the same image.

Reach Test

Cabin crew members have to meet certain height requirements. At the assessment day you are asked to perform a reach test to check that you can reach the required height of 212 cm. This is without shoes and allowed on tip toes with either one or both hands, fingertips reaching to the marker.


Mark a point on a wall at home and try to reach it.

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