How to Walk and Sit for your Cabin Crew Interview?
How to be a Flight Attendant? | How to Walk and Sit for your Cabin Crew Interview
To be a flight attendant, one must able to know the proper way to walk and sit, let's see the ways to attain that perfect cabin crew look in walking and sitting the flight attendant way.
How to walk especially on your Impact Interview?
Walk with a straight body, establish eye contact, and smile on my face- walk naturally as you can and posing for some effect, make sure your posture is correct.
How to stand up with good posture? What composes a good posture?
- Act as if a string is pulling your heads up.
- Drop your shoulder.
- Boobs out and stomach in.
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How to sit with good posture?
- Put your leg behind your other leg.
- Make sure your hands are placed on top of your lap.
- Take a deep breathe, eye contact, and make a big smile on your face.
Note: Let the back of your knee touch the edge of the seat. This is how you determine that you can now seat without looking down at the seat behind you.
Then, here are the worst things to do for your cabin crew interview, and please do not ever do these ways to walk/ sit:
- Beauty pageant walk
- Hunched back
- Hyperactive walk
- Too relaxed/ leaning back on the chair
- Too sexy
- Too fidgety/ tapping of feet
- Too much hand movements/ declamation hands
Indeed, just with your looks and confidence - it won't suffice you to be a cabin crew but of the proper ways to walk and sit the flight attendant way.
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