Leave behind offices and offices, to embark on a profession overlooking the sky. If you are a dynamic, fun person and traveling is your weakness; Prepare to work as Flight Assistant. Enjoying your work is a reality with the European Flight License for Passenger Cabin Crew. Open every day a different window, Paris, Rome, Milan ... Air Hostess, closer to you.
Air Hostess has the most modern facilities, has its own simulator approved by the State Air Safety Agency.
The realism with which the simulator is built allows our students to practice all the normal and emergency operation procedures of an aircraft, as if they were aboard a Boeing 747.
The simulator accurately reproduces emergency procedures that can occur in any commercial aircraft:
In Air Hostess, as in all the airlines of the world, the correct uniformity is indispensable.
Air Hostess works on the constant motivation of its students, creating a positive work environment to achieve the best results.
Treating each student individually is his priority in order to exploit his qualities and achieve work success
Air-Hostess manages your resume with all the airlines, maintaining a continuous contact and monitoring results.
In compliance with the access requirements, we guarantee you a written job post in all European airlines. Find out about the conditions.
Once the course is over, there will be a closing ceremony, where you will receive your diploma and flight license, which accredits you to work in all European airlines.
European TCP license according to EU290-2012 standard SUB-CC
A little more than a year ago Daniel began his training as TCP at the Air Hostess academy in Madrid. Today his dream of working flying has come true after joining one of the most well-known international companies, Ryanair. Hi...Read +
“I got up in the morning in the mood to go to the gym”
Beatrice graduated from Air-Hostess in Barcelona about three years ago. Shortly after finishing the course of TCP passed the interview of Iberia Express and continues to be part of the family of this airline, as she tells us:
WINDOW OR HALL?
Air Hostess: Do you remember your first flight?
Patricia: It was on my honeymoon trip to Tenerife, I remember smoking, which is now no longer, and that is appreciated.