How do I become a British Airways member?


How do I become a British Airways member?

Cabin Crew Requirements:

  1. Be aged 18 or over.
  2. Be between 5’2” (1.575m) and 6’1” (1.85m) tall, with weight in proportion to your height.
  3. Have a vertical function reach of at least 2.01m (6’7).
  4. Have 3 GCSE’s at Grade C or above or the equivalent (excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking).

How old do you have to be to work for British Airways?

Minimum Age to Work at British Airways: 18 years old (How old do you have to be to work at British Airways?)

How much do UK cabin crew earn?

Air cabin crew with experience can expect to earn a base rate of £15,000 to £18,000 a year. Base pay at senior cabin crew level, which can be reached after a few years, is around £20,000. You can add an hourly flight rate, inflight commission on sales and performance bonuses to your base rate.

How long is BA training?

How long is my training? BA CityFlyer training lasts 30-32 days including days off. All training schedules may fall over weekends and days off will be varied.

How long does it take for British Airways to refund?

Issuing refunds quickly For all eligible tickets and services purchased from British Airways within the U.S. with a credit card or cash, refunds will be provided within 7 business days of receipt of the required refund information.

How to get a job with British Airways?

We offer a broad mix of specialist and support opportunities in office locations in the UK, with a small number of positions based overseas. There’s nowhere quite like British Airways to begin your career. Check out our Graduate, Business Placement, Internship, Apprenticeship and Work Experience Opportunities.

What’s the job description of British Airways customer services?

When you work in Airport Customer Services, you’re a friendly face and trusted ambassador for the British Airways brand – as you guide customers through check-in, departure and boarding. Your role is to make the whole experience simple and hassle-free.

Where are British Airways customer services assessment centres held?

Assessment centres are held twice a day, either in the locality of Heathrow or at Gatwick depending on the role you have applied for. The day is designed to showcase your skills; there are a number of real-life exercises which will give you a flavour of what to expect should you join us at British Airways.

Who are the trusted ambassadors of British Airways?

Whatever your role, your warmth, positivity, commitment and adaptability can truly come to the fore, making you a trusted ambassador of the British Airways brand. Investing in tomorrow