What is a Flight Attendant?
A flight attendant, traditionally known as a steward or stewardess; or air host or hostess, is a member of the aircrew aboard commercial flights, many business jets, and some government aircraft.
Where Can I Study Flight Attendant In South Africa?
EPT Aviation is one of South Africa’s leading aviation schools. EPT was established in 2009 and has rapidly become known for innovation and market leadership.
EPT became the first South African aviation training organization to be permitted by the CAA to perform parts of the flight attendant course online.
How much does flight attendant school cost in South Africa?
The SAA Cabin Crew Initial Training Course is conducted at R15,200.00, per person, including VAT. The Course Cost includes:
All training manuals and training materials. All costs associated with theory and practical training and assessments (first attempt)
How tall must you be to be a flight attendant in South Africa?
Must be 18 years or older; Must be taller than 1.58m (subject to airline); Have an SA Citizen ID Document (Certified) (subject to airline nationality); Matric / Grade 12 certificate (Certified);
How do I become a flight attendant in South Africa?
18 years or older, and have a Matric/Grade 12 qualification.
Be able to speak, read, and write English.
Be able to swim in water, with the aid of a life jacket.
Have a valid Class 4 Medical Certificate (see further details below)