Course details
Initial cabin crew training includes general knowledge and practical training.
This flight profession requires a high degree of responsibility and expertise to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers complying with aviation regulations.
Duties and Responsibilities of CABIN CREW
General organization chart of an airline
Cabin Crew , Duties and Responsibilities (Before Flight, On Flight, After Flight)
Hostess Regulations
2. Aviation Rules and Regulations for Practical Knowledge
Aviation codes
Human Factors Training

Human Factor Control
Environment control

3. Crew Resource Management
The purpose of CRM is to enhance the communication and management skills of crew members
And the importance of effective coordination and mutual communication between all crew members
4. Cabin health education and first aid training
first aid
Medical emergencies in flight
First aid box
Emergency Medical Kit
5. Transmission control and cabin performance
Boarding and disembarking passengers
Evacuate from exit marks
Dealing well with sick and ill travelers
6. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
These trainings provide methods for standard cabin operations by cabin crew.
SOPs include inspections, cabin preparation and routine procedures.
7. Training on DGs (DGR)
General philosophy
By-Laws on Dangerous Goods in Aviation
Classification and list of dangerous goods
Branded packaging and labeling
Loading, Load Restriction and Segregation
Providing information to the commander
Dangerous Goods in Passenger Luggage
Necessary measures
8. Public Safety in Aviation
Flight accidents (situations like bomb threat and kidnapping)
Minimizing the consequences of such incidents

9. Safety training and emergency plans
Air transport methods, related to passenger safety and cargo transportation
10. Abnormal / emergency procedures
Operational information for emergency and safety equipment
Discharge devices
Necessary measures
Abnormal situations
11. Fire and smoke training
Fire Elements
Classification of fires

Identify the source of the fire
Hazardous fire areas
Communication, coordination and assistance
Detecting the right type of extinguisher
Fire-fighting equipment
Fire fighting methods and methods
Ground emergency services
12. Safety Management System Training
Safety management is a necessary organizational structures in aviation.
13. Survival and survival in water
Connection methods
Sliding boats / lifeboats / or floating devices
Steps to land the aircraft


Entry Requirements
1- Height between 159 and 185
2. At least 18 years old
3. Weight proportional to height and body mass index (BMI)
4- No use of tattoos in visible areas of the body when using flight uniforms
5- Having a passport with at least one year validity

The evaluation process in the Atlantic Aviation Group consists of two parts
1. Pre-Interview Schedule and determination of English and Turkish language levels
In this stage, volunteer information is received by the institute, English and Turkish Determine level test is done and Height and weight of the volunteer is measured.

2. Interview Schedule
In fact, the purpose of the interview is to evaluate the volunteers by a committee member.
At this stage the candidate will be evaluated on the basis of their profession, goals, aviation knowledge, mathematical intelligence and science and basic personality traits
The results of the evaluation are discussed and concluded with the Department of Education. Based on the results and evaluations, feedback is provided

Have a valid Certification from an approved medical center of civil aviation

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