Flight attendants (or flight attendants) are those who belong to the crew on commercial flights of airlines. They are the ones responsible for handling operations for passengers on commercial flights. Its primary responsibility is to guide and monitor the safety of passengers during the flight, to provide other services such as: meals, newspapers, and assist passengers in need of special care such as children. , pregnant women, the disabled, the elderly.
According to the rules of the world airline association, the minimum number of flight attendants on a passenger flight must be half of the number of doors in the cabin and must be greater than the total number of passengers divided by 36. To become a flight attendant, people Must be trained through specialized aeronautical classes, where they will be trained and trained in the appropriate profession. Foreign language is a requirement to know English. The flight attendants in international flights in addition to English are also fluent in another language such as French, Chinese, Spanish, German, Arabic … depending on the flight route. For some airlines, on an international flight, a crew of flight attendants have many different nationalities. As for Vietnamese airlines, which only have Japan and Korea routes, there are flight attendants from those two countries only, while other international flights are all handled by Vietnamese flight attendants.