Cabin Crew License – Air

Entry Level Requirements

18 years old by the time you write your final SA-CAA and SAMSA exam
Verbal and oral fluency in English
Able to swim move unaided in water with a life jacket
Be an able-bodied person with excellent general health.

Duration / Intakes

11 Weeks Mondays – Fridays 9am – 4pm
Training is done in Gauteng as well as Durban
Approximately every 12 weeks of the year (January to November)

Key Topics

Safety and Emergency procedures
Fire fighting
Aviation Medicine
Dangerous Goods
Boeing 737

Career opportunities

Airlines AND Cruise Lines (Cabin Crew/ Seaman)
Cruise lines / Airports/ Luxury Bus/Luxury Trains/Camper hire (Ground crew)

Exam details

Exam Method: Written exam at the SA-CAA based in Midrand
Exam Format: Multiple Choice questions. No Textbooks are permitted
Number of questions: 100
Time Allowance: One hour
Number of exam attempts: 2

Award

International Licenses is awarded upon successful completion of the final examination.

Price – 2020

Cash price: R15 500

Registration / Deposit and Additional Fees

Non-Refundable registration fee: R500 Deposit: (to secure your place in class) R2000
Class 4 medical: R1600.00 Issue of the license: R450
Durban training: Airfare, medical and transport estimated at R9 800

Payment Terms

Payment terms: Course commencement R7 750.00. Third week of the course
No student will be allowed to write final exam if any fees are outstanding
Durban training: Airfare, medical and transport estimated at R9 800

Optional Extras

Campus accommodation R950 per week (self-catering)
Graduation Ceremony: R150.00pp / 5-day Finishing Course: R5 000
Car Learners and license: R5 000
(While you are on cabin crew course and practice till you pass)

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Is The Course?

Our Air Cabin Crew License Price is R15 500 (cash price)

Is There A Payment Plan?

Yes, you pay 50% on commencement of the course and the balance in the third week of the course.

How Long Is The Course?

6 weeks from start to finish.  The entire course including the theory and practical training is 6 weeks.

Do you train Monday To Friday?

You train Mon-Fi and there could be one or two Saturdays, depending on the program.

What Subjects Do I Need?

There are no particular subjects needed.  Tourism and Geography or an extra language is always an advantage.

Are There Any Extra Charges?

Yes, approximately R1600 for the doctors fees and the issuing of the license. Also a uniform is required, and depending which shop you buy it from, it shouldn’t be more than R1000.  If you require your own graduation gown it is R350, if shared there is no cost.

Must I Be Able To Swim?

You need to be able to move unaided in water with a life jacket on.

Is The License International?

Yes, it is.  We are internationally accredited. 

Is There A Height Restriction?

Generally, a future cabin crew needs to be at least 157 cm tall to a maximum of 188cm.

Here Are Some Guidelines For The Height Required By Companies That Frequently Recruit:

Etihad Airways – minimum 210 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.

 

Qatar Airways – minimum 212 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.

 

Emirates – minimum 212 cm – must reach this height with your arm, barefoot; you can stand on your toes.

 

Ryanair – minimum 157 cm, 188 cm maximum.

 

Wizz Air – minimum 165 cm for women and at least 175 cm for men.

 

British Airways – minimum 158 cm, 186 cm maximum .

 

Virgin Atlantic – at least 158 cm.

 

Easyjet – minimum 158 cm , 190 cm maximum

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