Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by susanhougaerts » 22 Aug 2017, 10:15

Avroflyer wrote:
06 Feb 2015, 20:48
Hi Stella,

Upon entering the B.House you will get a small presentation about our company and values etc. (pay attention to it because it might be handy later on) followed by either a group session where you will talk in NL-FR-EN and do some exercises perhaps also with the company values (at least it was so last interview day).

After the group session you will do a written exam in English on different topics (note it can also be the other way around so first exam then group session)

If you are succesfull on those two parts they will invite you for the personal interviews in the afternoon.

Small tip : Keep our slogan "We go the extra smile" in mind and smile your way through the day it's very important !

Good luck and hopefully we'll meet soon on board ;)

Avroflyer
Hi, could you tell me what the English exam entails, General Knowledge? Or more job related?

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by BRU1702 » 12 Feb 2018, 11:01

Hi!

Just joined Luchtzak, so hello to everyone!

I'm wondering whether there is anyone currently working as a cabin crew at SN that could give me some more info about the working conditions there?

I just got a job offer from them, but I have some questions I'd like to discuss in more detail with an insider :)

Thx in advance!

Cheers,
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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by sn26567 » 12 Feb 2018, 11:39

BRU1702 wrote:
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Just joined Luchtzak, so hello to everyone!
Hi, BRU1702, and welcome to Lu..., err, Aviation24.be !
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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by BRU1702 » 12 Feb 2018, 11:41

sn26567 wrote:
12 Feb 2018, 11:39
BRU1702 wrote:
12 Feb 2018, 11:01
Just joined Luchtzak, so hello to everyone!
Hi, BRU1702, and welcome to Lu..., err, Aviation24.be !
Thank you André :) !

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by Victorblaise » 25 Mar 2018, 23:52

Hi everyone!
My name is Victor and I’ll be gratuated at the end of this semester. Do you think i make any chances at being a cabin crew for SN? I mean, it’s my biggest dream and I’ve been fantasising about it for almost 5 years now. I have been doing a lot of student jobs that are really costumer service related and I have a really good social contact with people. Now I really want to know if I make a chance as a just gratuated without any previous non- student job experience. I am really asking myself if I should go study first or not. I really hope some of you guys could help me with this! It’s really my dream and I hope I will be able to make it true one day! Thank you all in advance
Cheers! :)

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 26 Mar 2018, 00:58

For sure you can give it a try! Good luck!

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by KriVa » 26 Mar 2018, 09:55

I know off art least a few people who started as CCM with SN with nothing but student-job experience, so it's definitely a possibility.
Of course, they need to be hiring, I'm not sure whether they are doing so at the moment.
TUI might also be a possibility, they even offer Cabin Crew contracts for students, though I think you might be a bit late for that function if it would be for this summer period, training should be well underway by now.
In any case, best of luck!
For TUI, look here: https://corporate.tui.be/nl/jobs/cabin-cockpit-crew
For SN, look here: http://www.cvwarehouse.com/brusselsairl ... blist.aspx
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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by Victorblaise » 26 Mar 2018, 10:04

Thank you all so much for the motivation! I’ll try my best when they will be hiring. Probably in August ;-) I really hope I will get the chance to work in such an amazing place with such amazing collegues. I’m already starting to make a stunning Cv and a bomb motivation letter :-). Do you maybe have any tips regarding my CV/ Motivation letter?

Thank you all! I really appreciate it :-)

Cheers!

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 04 Jul 2018, 11:35

Brussels Airlines is hiring cabin crew members without experience, Brussels Based (temporary contract): follow link.

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 02 Aug 2018, 11:46

luchtzak wrote:
04 Jul 2018, 11:35
Brussels Airlines is hiring cabin crew members without experience, Brussels Based (temporary contract): follow link.
Apply before 20 August (date has come forward from 31 August)

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/luft ... xperience/

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 02 Aug 2018, 11:47

Tip: first rule: you arrive at work on time for the pre-flight briefing. ;)

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by Victorblaise » 21 Oct 2018, 18:56

Hi everyone! I just wanted to thank everyone for their tips! I got through and I'm starting training in March!

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by lumumba » 22 Nov 2018, 13:30

Good afternoon

My son would like to be a cabin crew but he is 1m91 is this a problem?

Thanks
Hasta la victoria siempre.

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 22 Nov 2018, 13:31

lumumba wrote:
22 Nov 2018, 13:30
My son would like to be a cabin crew but he is 1m91 is this a problem?
Not at all, the Airbus is high enough.

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by lumumba » 22 Nov 2018, 16:50

luchtzak wrote:
22 Nov 2018, 13:31
lumumba wrote:
22 Nov 2018, 13:30
My son would like to be a cabin crew but he is 1m91 is this a problem?
Not at all, the Airbus is high enough.
Thanks 😁😁😁
Hasta la victoria siempre.

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by Flightattendant2000 » 25 Nov 2018, 00:23

Hello everyone

I just applied for the function of cabin crew member on the website of Brussels Airlines.

I was wondering if anybody could give me some tips on the telephone interview. And do they ask a lot of questions in French or is it the same as in Dutch and English.

Thank you very much in advance!

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by luchtzak » 25 Nov 2018, 00:42

A warm welcome on this website Flightattendant2000, the choice of adding 2000 in your nickname makes me believe you are 18 years old ;-)

Remember to stay professional during your interview, tell them about your past jobs where you were in direct contact with customers. Go and explore the airline's website, how much colleagues you will have, how many (and which) aircraft they operate, learn the Belgian icons, some basic knowledge of aircraft and aviation, check which destinations they fly to, etc... relax and be yourself. More information on the Brussels Airlines website:

Requirements to become a Cabin Crew Member

As a Cabin Crew Member, you are the perfect host to our passengers on board the aircraft. You will anticipate our passengers’ wishes and know how to provide excellent service. You are also responsible for cabin safety on board and apply company and Belgian Civil Aviation Authority procedures rigorously.
  • Are you perfectly trilingual? Do you speak French, Dutch and English fluently?
  • Are you always on time?
  • Do your friends and family consider you to be a good listener who is always friendly?
  • Do you consider yourself to be someone who empathises easily with others?
  • Do you like to explore and interact with different cultures?
  • Can you keep a cool head at all times?
  • Are you someone who is able to deal with an irregular work schedule?
If you have answered all questions positively, you have the skills to become one of our Cabin Crew Members.

Once a vacancy is published online, you can apply by uploading your CV and motivational letter. Our recruiters will then have a close look at your profile and contact you for an initial interview over the telephone. If this interview has a positive outcome, you will be invited to one of our recruitment days where you will take part in a series of exercises in the morning. Should the outcome be positive, you will be invited to an individual interview in the afternoon.

Did you pass all the recruitment tests? You will then be able to follow a 9-week training course covering both commercial as well as security topics. If you pass the tests at the end of the training course, you will be welcomed in the Cabin Services department as part of our crew.

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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by sn26567 » 25 Nov 2018, 11:05

luchtzak wrote:
25 Nov 2018, 00:42
A warm welcome on this website Flightattendant2000, the choice of adding 2000 in your nickname makes me believe you are 18 years old ;-)
Oh! A millennial! You should apply at Joon ;) :D
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Re: Brussels Airlines Cabin Crew Interview

Post by Flightattendant2000 » 25 Nov 2018, 13:44

luchtzak wrote:
25 Nov 2018, 00:42
A warm welcome on this website Flightattendant2000, the choice of adding 2000 in your nickname makes me believe you are 18 years old ;-)

Remember to stay professional during your interview, tell them about your past jobs where you were in direct contact with customers. Go and explore the airline's website, how much colleagues you will have, how many (and which) aircraft they operate, learn the Belgian icons, some basic knowledge of aircraft and aviation, check which destinations they fly to, etc... relax and be yourself. More information on the Brussels Airlines website:

Requirements to become a Cabin Crew Member

As a Cabin Crew Member, you are the perfect host to our passengers on board the aircraft. You will anticipate our passengers’ wishes and know how to provide excellent service. You are also responsible for cabin safety on board and apply company and Belgian Civil Aviation Authority procedures rigorously.
  • Are you perfectly trilingual? Do you speak French, Dutch and English fluently?
  • Are you always on time?
  • Do your friends and family consider you to be a good listener who is always friendly?
  • Do you consider yourself to be someone who empathises easily with others?
  • Do you like to explore and interact with different cultures?
  • Can you keep a cool head at all times?
  • Are you someone who is able to deal with an irregular work schedule?
If you have answered all questions positively, you have the skills to become one of our Cabin Crew Members.

Once a vacancy is published online, you can apply by uploading your CV and motivational letter. Our recruiters will then have a close look at your profile and contact you for an initial interview over the telephone. If this interview has a positive outcome, you will be invited to one of our recruitment days where you will take part in a series of exercises in the morning. Should the outcome be positive, you will be invited to an individual interview in the afternoon.

Did you pass all the recruitment tests? You will then be able to follow a 9-week training course covering both commercial as well as security topics. If you pass the tests at the end of the training course, you will be welcomed in the Cabin Services department as part of our crew.
Thank you very much! I am indeed 18 years old :)
I will immediately search all of the information you gave me, thank you!

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