Frequently Asked Questions

General

AviationWays training courses are held in our Headquarters in Athens, Heraklion, and Messolonghi Airfield in Greece. Our courses could held in our customer´s facilities.
It´s not. Participants are expected to provide their own travel to and from our facilities in Greece. Our admin team are always happy to assist with any travel queries
Our Training courses run on smaller numbers as they are very practical and hands on. We believe in quality over quantity.
Prices depend on the exact course required. Please send an e-mail detailing your requirements from our contact form and we will be happy to discuss with you about our price.
All delegates receive certification on completion of the courses.
We accept bank transfers. It is possible to pay by using the majority of credit and debit cards.
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It´s not. Participants are expected to arrange their own accommodation. Our admin team are always happy to assist with any travel queries

Cabin Crew Attestation

A Cabin Crew Attestation (CCA) is a certificate of professional competency which permits you to discharge the duties of Cabin Crew on European Community-registered aircraft.
It is valid for five years and / or as long as you are flying. On joining an airline, the holder of an attestation must then complete training to cover any airline specific procedures and also conversion to the specifics of their allocated aircraft type(s).
To be eligible for cabin crew Attestation Certification under EASA Sandards, you must be at least 18 years of age, English language knowledge,be medically fit, have swimmiing skills and have successfully completed the initial cabin crew safety training course for obtaining an Attestation under an EASA approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO).
Most of airline companies will never hire cabin crew with visible tattoos. Furthermore, there are companies that completely prohibit the presence of tattoos, no matter what area of the body they are located in. Generally, the policy says that no cabin crew can have visible distinctive mark.
As it is well known, safety / security is paramount for airlines when it comes to employing new crew, so the airline will carry out a criminal record check to ascertain whether you have any unspent convictions, or have had any convictions in the past that could affect your suitability for the position.
Be at least 18 years of age (21 for some airlines) Have a graduation or equivalent in English. Have a good level of physical fitness. Be a good swimmer. Have colour-normal vision. Have a valid passport with no restrictions for the destinations the airline travels to. Hold a Cabin Crew Attestation.
Generally no, but some Airlines have their own requirements.
Yes, participants must be at least 18 years of age, must be fluent in English and must be able to swim as well.

VIP / CIP Courses

Cabin crew is made up of flight attendants as well as the purser, one who is typically a senior flight attendant but also has additional duties. Air hostess is the term used to refer to the female cabin crew/Flight attendant.
VIP Cabin Crew Members are operating on Business and Private jets. Cabin Crew Members are operating on Commercial Airlines.
The duration of our VIP / CIP Service training courses varies from three days to five days, depending on the given training course and syllabus. The course schedule with all start and finish times will be advised prior to joining. The duration of our In-House courses depends on the requirements of our customers.
Attending our training course will not guarantee that you will secure a position as VIP crew member, but it will improve your chances on a job. However the experience you gain will definitely assist you and look favourable. Although the free access to our JOB Network will help you with sharing your resume online.

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