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AEA will help you develop genuine language proficiency in English.
Our courses are suitable for both ab into and professional pilots.
All of our teachers are suitable qualified and have aviation experience, e.g. pilots and ATCs.
Strong English communication skills are essential for all airline staff as they frequently have contact with the public. If you want to start a career as a flight attendant you will find that recruitment departments require that you have:
You can develop each of these skills on the In-flight English for Cabin Crew course. Particular emphasis is given to improving core language skills.
In-flight English for Cabin Crew gives you the English language skills you need to become an effective flight attendant. When you attend an airline interview you will be able to confidently answer questions in English and demonstrate how to deal with routine and non-routine situations that could occur during flight. You will have greater awareness of differences between cultures, more sensitivity when dealing with customers and the ability to manage difficult situations in English.
No. The airline will not teach you how to speak English. The airline will expect you to have a basic level of English when you join the airline, and then improve your language skills in your own time. Even airlines with large language training departments offer minimal ongoing language training for their flight attendants. Passengers and flight crew all over the world recognise that flight attendants need a high level of language proficiency.
Don't wait for the airline to teach you English or you could lose the job to someone who already has better English. If you are serious about a career as a flight attendant the best way to improve your proficiency in English is with Aviation English Asia's integrated In-flight English for Cabin Crew and General English course.
In-flight English for Cabin Crew is the pre-professional version of In-flight English - it is designed as a complete language training solution for major airlines. Many airline employees say that Aviation English Asia courses are BETTER than the language training provided by their airline.
In-flight English gives you real language skills that will be useful throughout your career - not just an interview. In-flight English for Cabin Crew Careers includes all the language skills of a mainstream General English course, but is much more focused on topics that are relevant to an airline career. Each unit includes case studies and role-play exercises so you will get lots of speaking and listening practice.
The core In-flight English for Cabin Crew Careers course is composed of 3 stages. Each stage contains 12 x 60-90 minute units (36 untis in total). Depending on your level, budget and time available you also have the option to take additional General English classes to reach your target level.
Aviation English Asia give you:
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All courses are available in Hong Kong.
In-flight English is now available as an online course. The course content is exactly the same as the classroom based version and gives you high quality interaction with a Native English Teacher / Flight Attendant from any computer with an internet connection.
12 x IFE Skype Tutorials
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Hi, I'd like to thank Aviation English Asia for helping improve my English so I can be a flight attendant. This was my second application to Cathay Pacific and I was successful. I've just started training at Cathay City and I'm so happy that finally I can be a flight attendant! J L
Date of Posting: 06 September 2008Posted By: Jessica LHong Kongwww.cathaypacific.com
I got the news today that I am successful and will start training soon. Being a flight attendant is my dream job and I'm really glad I chose Aviation English Asia to improve my English. I recommend In-flight English to anyone in Hong Kong who wants to be a flight attendant. If you are in the same situation as me and need to improve speaking and listening I recommend this course. One other tip - LISTEN TO THE INSTRUCTORS because they understand the industry very well. Thank you Michael!
Date of Posting: 06 September 2008Posted By: A LamHong Kong
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