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How to Walk and Sit for your Cabin Crew Interview

 

Did you know that 80% of the impression that you give is  based mainly on your body language?
That is why this is one of the main factors that determines whether you get the job or not.
This article aims to teach you how to walk and sit properly for your cabin crew interview.
Action Speaks louder than Words is definitely a quote you need to keep in mind while applying to become a flight attendant.
What does your action speak for you?
Are you confident? poised? nervous?
All of these are being evaluated on the process and its not all just about your intelligent answers and astonishing credentials that will get you the job.
It is much better to show how to exhibit great posture and body language during the interview with a video so check it out below.

However, for those of you who are not able to see the video. Here is a bit of a summary of my tips.

How to walk and sit properly for your cabin crew interview:

How to walk and sit properly for your cabin crew interview

Walking pointers

  • straight body
  • smile
  • eye contact
  • shoulders relaxed
  • act as if your head is being pulled on a string
  • boobs out
  • stomach in
  • butt out
  • walked in a natural and relaxed manner arms swaying while walking
  • by the end of the walk pose, establish eye contact and smile

How to walk and sit properly for your cabin crew interview

Sitting pointers

  • upon approaching the chair feel it with the back of your knees to sit without looking back
  • one leg should be placed behind the other leg
  • sit on the edge of the seat
  • straight body
  • arms placed on top of each other
  • smile and eye contact

Don’ts and No No’s for How to walk and sit properly for your cabin crew interview

Walking

  • walk like a beauty pageant contestant
  • walk with a hunched back
  • walk with too much movement or being hyperactive
  • avoiding eye contact
  • look down

Sitting

  • lean on the chair
  • fidgeting or tapping of feet
  • try to be seductive or too sexy
  • too much hand movement

 

That is all folks!

 

Dont forget to check out my other articles for tips on your next cabin crew interview!

Goodluck and I will fly with you soon!

 

xoxo,

miss kaykrizz