Cabin Crew - SUMMER 2024

  • Full-time


We're scouting for vibrant crew members to join our Cabin Crew team!

Whether you've cruised the airways before or are fresh to the skies, 2024 could be your year to soar with us!


What You Need:

  • At least 18 years and an education diploma (high school, university, or other)
  • A passport that doesn't shy away from the global stage (no travel restrictions for EU, UK, etc.)
  • Clean record – in criminal background
  • Health credentials ready for high altitudes
  • English fluency that's music to our ears (ICAO level 3 or equivalent). Bonus points for additional languages, such as German, French, Scandinavian, Arabic, etc.
  • Swimming skills to make you swim at least 25 meters solo
  • A sky-ready look: stylishly discreet if inked or pierced
  • Height at least 160cm or able to reach 212cm (where the overhead lockers are)
  • Comfy in an aircraft jump seat, without belt extensions
  • Ready for round-the-clock escapades
  • Luggage packed for prolonged adventures
  • A flair for syncing with a global crew

What makes you a perfect candidate:

  • A genuine service-oriented compass
  • Past experience in hospitality or customer care? That's your fast pass
  • Balanced manners, adaptable in both solo and crew situations
  • Punctuality and flexibility
  • The calm amidst a storm - high stress resistance
  • Cultural savvy and understanding

Advantageous add-ons:

  • EASA Cabin Crew Attestation
  • USA C1/D, China Crew, or Russian travel credentials

(*) Please note that if you have more than 100 BLH flying experience you will need to provide proof of it.

In case you want to be considered for a Senior CCM position, please note that you will be asked to provide proof of at least 12 months of operational experience.

Will be considered as valid proofs any of the following documents:

  • Reference letter signed by HR Department/Flight Operations department or any other management department clearly stating experience as Cabin Crew Member/Senior cabin crew member (if applicable)
  • Official roster report showing experience as operating Cabin Crew Member on an EASA operator (Name of candidate and dates shall be clearly shown)
  • Any other official document stating previous experience as Operating Cabin Crew Member in the last 60 months on an EASA operator (Name of candidate and dates shall be clearly shown) such as hours certificate.

Your adventures will include:

  • Make sure you always follow SmartLynx's safety, security, and health rules
  • Handle daily and emergency situations in the cabin; report safety concerns promptly, if any
  • Always chat respectfully with your fellow crew members
  • Stay updated on SmartLynx's guidelines and training
  • Serve passengers and make sales onboard, always aiming for top-notch service
  • Be a proud face of SmartLynx at home and when visiting other places
  • Always be kind and fair to all passengers and the team.