A lot has changed in the 40 years IAHA has been providing airline cabin crew training training. Technology, airplanes, processes, and systems have all changed, and we work hard to stay ahead of those changes. However, at the heart of our training is one thing that never changes, the desire to help people and to travel.
Our 20-week cabin crew training training program includes an overview of the major flight attendant duties and responsibilities including:
Our Graduates Enjoy Careers in a Variety of Positions Offering Great Pay and Benefits
Typical Benefits of a Career in the Airline and Travel Industries
Free and Reduced-Rate Travel
Many airlines offer specially priced, or even free travel for employee, the employee's spouse, children, and even the parents of the employee. Buddy passes are normally available to employees for friends and family members.
Discounts on Travel Related Services
Airline normally employees enjoy discounts on hotels, car rentals, cruises, and more.
Overtime and Holiday Pay
Airlines typically offer time-and-a-half and sometimes double-time. There can be extra pay for holidays, too.
Paid Vacation and Sick Leave
Medical, dental, life and disability insurance are available at no or shared cost with most airlines.
Profit Sharing/ Continuing Education
Most airlines have profit sharing programs that reward employees for their superior service to their employer. Additionally, many airlines will reimburse employees for tuition and books when continuing education is beneficial to the employer.
Travel Agency Benefits
Travel agents are often offered free or greatly discounted first-class travel all over the world to experience the destinations being sold to clients. Travel suppliers know you'll sell best what you've experienced yourself.
Classes start every month!
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