Frequently Asked Questions
Q What is an EASA Cabin Crew Attestation
A The EASA attestation is the mandatory qualification for all cabin crew operating for European registered airline operators
Q What are the entry requirements?
A You must be fluent in English and minimum age of 18 years
Q Would it help my chances of employment as cabin crew?
A Absolutely. A lot of operators require you to hold an EASA CCA prior to employment.
Q Can I fail the course?
A Yes, however, we do have an exam resit procedure in the event that you fail. Our trainers are here to help and to assist with any areas or modules you may struggle with.
Q How else will Flypeople help me find cabin crew work?
A Flypeople are working with a number of airlines and aviation recruitment specialists. We can keep you updated on cabin crew recruitment via our Facebook page. With your permission we can forward your CV to our contacts who are actively recruiting.
Q Can I complete the EASA Cabin Crew Attestation training course in a shorter timeframe?
A No, the current guidelines from EASA stipulate minimum 95 hours for this course