Today, we will present you the stages of the interview, for you know what to expect that day.
Being an Open Day session, anyone that corresponds the requirements may attend the interview, without prior registration on the site.
Usually, the Qatar Airways Cabin Crew Interview lasts two days:Изготовление оригинальных сувениров и подарков под…
Each candidate comes forth to the recruiter where he leaves the resume and photos and responds to 1 or 2 questions such as “Why do you want to be a flight attendant?” or “Why did you choose Qatar Airways?”. After this conversation with the recruiter, they will let you know if you are invited for the interview the next day, or not.
Starts very early in the morning (at about 7 or 7.30 am.). First, the candidates will be presented the company and life in Doha. Next, the written English test which lasts 45 minutes and consists of 5 types of exercises: text dependent questions (answer questions related to a given text), multiple choice (choose the correct answer from the ones given), fill in the blanks with the appropriate word, 5 mathematical lateral logic questions and an essay on a given subject. The difficulty level is medium (B1 or B2) and aims to measure your ability to understand English language, grammar and fluency level and so on.
After the written English test, there is an oral test: each candidate enters a room, extracts a word from a bowl and has to speak about it for as much as possible. During this speaking exercise, the reach test is performed (one of the compulsory requirements of Qatar Airways is to be able to reach 2,12meters, while on your tiptoes and with your hand raised, without wearing any shoes) and recruiters also ask each candidate about any distinctive marks or tattoos (tattoos are prohibited at Qatar Airways).
A round of eliminations follows next. Those who qualify, enter the group games. Candidates are divided into teams and are given a task to be solved in about 15 minutes.
After the group games, a new round of eliminations takes place. The lucky ones get to the “grand finale”, which is the final interview. Before the interview, they are told about the payroll and benefit package the Qatar Airways flight attendants receive .
The final interview takes about 5 to 10 minutes for each candidate and focuses on a series of questions based on your CV, previous experience, readiness to relocate and so on.
1. You must get home before 4 am, even if you’re free the day after.
2. Your father or brother cannot live in the same building with female flight attendants while on holiday.
3. You cannot use the phone or use any electronic device when you’re on the bus to and from work.
The final answer will be sent to each candidate via email, about 2 weeks after the final interview or sometimes later (time varies from one candidate to another).
Qatar Airways is the national carrier of the State of Qatar. Currently undergoing rapid expansion, Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world.
Head Office: Qatar Airways Tower P.O. Box 22550 Doha, Qatar Tel: (+ 974) 40226000; Fax: (+ 974) 4462 1533 Reservations: Tel: (+974) 40230000; Fax: (+974) 4462 2486
Group Chief Executive: His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker
Worldwide Network: More than 150 destinations
Expansion in 2016
Los Angeles, USA – (Daily from January 1) Ras Al Khaimah, UAE – (Daily from February 2) Sydney, Australia – (Daily from March 1) Boston, USA – (Daily from March 16) Birmingham, UK – (Eight times weekly from March 30) Adelaide, Australia – (Daily from May 2) Yerevan, Armenia – (Four times weekly from May 15) Atlanta, USA – (Daily from June 1) Marrakech, Morocco – (Three times weekly from July 1) Pisa, Italy – (Daily from August 2) Windhoek, Namibia – (Four times weekly from September 28) Helsinki, Finland – (Daily from October 10) Krabi, Thailand – (Four times weekly from December 6) Seychelles – (Daily from December 12)
Planned Expansion for 2017
Auckland, New Zealand – (Daily from February 5) Chiang Mai, Thailand – (Five times weekly) Sarajevo, Bosnia – (Daily) Nice, France – (Five times weekly) Lusaka, Zambia – (Three times weekly) Douala, Cameroon – (Three times weekly) Libreville, Gabon – (Three times weekly Skopje, Macedonia – (three times weekly))
Current Fleet (Passenger and Cargo)
Fleet on Order:
Highlights of 2015
8 new destinations Acquired 29 new aircraft Launched new global brand campaign Named Airline of the Year by Skytrax 2015
Highlights of 2014
12 new destinations Became Global Launch Customer of the first Airbus A350 Acquired 4 Airbus A380s Named Business Class of the Year by Skytrax 2014
Highlights of 2013
12 new destinations Joined oneworld global alliance Named Business Class of the Year by Skytrax 2013
Highlights of 2012
12 new destinations Introduced Boeing 787 as the Middle East launch customer Named Airline of the Year by Skytrax 2011 & 2012
Corporate Jet Subsidiary (11 aircraft)
180-degree horizontal flat beds in Business Class on both Airbus A330s and A340s. All classes in these aircraft type have personal video screens.
The Boeing 777 fleet features 180-degree horizontal flat-bed Business Class sleeper seats with a seat pitch of 78 inches, while Economy Class has a seat pitch of up to 34 inches.
Featuring a tri-class configuration of First, Business and Economy Class seating over two decks, the Qatar Airways A380 is designed to offer the airline’s signature service with outstanding in-flight entertainment and service on board. There are a total of 517 seats, with eight in First Class, 48 in Business Class and 461 seats in Economy Class. First Class passengers benefit from 90-inch seat pitch, 180 degree flat-beds and 26-inch LCD TV screens while Business Class passengers experience 52- inch seat pitch, with 80-inch, 180 degree flat-beds and 17-inch touchscreen monitors. In Economy Class, the on board experience is enhanced with 10.6- inch entertainment screens and seats with a seven-inch recline.
Qatar Airways is the global launch customer of the A350 which features a Business Class cabin having 36 seats in a 1-2-1 configuration and featuring an 80-inch full flat bed and 17-inch HD in-flight entertainment screen. The Economy Class features 247 18-inch wide seats in a 3-3-3 configuration, each with a 10.6-inch in-flight entertainment screen, and more space at shoulder level for passengers in window seats due to the vertical side wall panel design.
Qatar Airways recently launched Oryx One, an enhanced interface for its inflight entertainment system, increasing the number of movies and TV shows on board from 950 to up to 3,000. Passengers flying on Qatar Airways flights served by its B787, A350, A380, A319 as well as select A320 and A330 aircraft can also stay in touch with their friends and family around the world by using the airline’s on-board Wifi and GSM service.
Qatar Airways’ Privilege Club loyalty programme has reciprocal agreements with international airlines and tie-ups with hotels, car rental companies, credit cards and other partners worldwide
airberlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LANTAM, Malaysian Airlines, Qantas Airlines, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines, SriLankan Airlines and another 30 affiliate carriers
Ankara, Athens, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgrade, Berlin, Birmingham, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Baku, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Geneva, Helsinki, Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Larnaca, London Heathrow, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Pisa, Rome, Sofia, Stockholm, Tbilisi, Venice, Vienna, Warsaw, Yerevan, Zagreb and Zurich.
Middle-East & Africa:
Abu Dhabi, Abha, Al Hofuf, Alexandria, Algiers, Amman, Addis Ababa, Asmara, Baghdad, Bahrain, Basra, Beirut, Cairo, Cape Town, Casablanca, Dammam, Djibouti, Durban, Erbil, Khartoum, Dar es Salaam, Doha, Dubai, Dubai World Central, Entebbe, Gassim, Jeddah, Johannesburg, Kigali, Kilimanjaro, Kuwait, Lagos, Luxor, Maputo, Mashhad, Marrakech, Medina, Muscat, Najaf, Nairobi, Ras Al Khaimah, Riyadh, Salalah, Sharjah, Shiraz, Sulaymaniyah, Ta’if, Tehran, Tunis Windhoek and Zanzibar.
Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Chennai, Cochin, Colombo, Delhi, Dhaka, Faisalabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lahore, Mumbai, Multan, Nagpur, Peshawar, Sialkot and Trivandrum.
Adelaide, Bali, Bangkok, Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Clark International Airport, Guangzhou, Haneda, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Osaka, Perth, Phnom Penh, Phuket, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Yangon.
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Montreal.
Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Over 50 dedicated freighter routes to destinations within Qatar Airways’ global operations, including those not served by scheduled passenger flights –Liege, Mexico, Stansted, Basel, Luxembourg, Accra, Prague, Zaragoza and Halifax. Qatar Airways Cargo became the third biggest international cargo carrier in the world in October 2015 according to IATA FTK ratings. The freighter fleet currently includes 11 Boeing 777F, 8 Airbus A330F and 2 Boeing 747F. The fleet will expand to a total of 22 freight aircraft by 2017.
American Airlines, Azerbaijan Airlines, Bangkok Airways, British Airways, Japan Airlines, JetBlue, Asiana Airlines, GOL, Malaysia Airlines, Middle East Airlines, SNCF, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, SUN-AIR of Scandinavia, Comair and Cathay Pacific, Vueling.