Do you want to become a stewardess?

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On the 23 November, at the Residence Hotel Arc de Triomphe, the first event in Romania dedicated to future board members takes place - the conference "I want to be a stewardess."  Representatives of aviation schools and airlines, career flight attendants and HR specialists involved in aviation recruitment come together at this event to provide a complete perspective on the job of flight attendant.

The conference is structured as an introduction to a future career in aviation, so that the participants have access to complete information in the field. We discuss how you can qualify as a flight attendant, how recruitment for airlines goes and what you need to do to successfully go through all the stages of the recruitment process.


At the same time, the participants in the event benefit from a career guidance workshop supported by an HR specialist who recruited for the Romanian airlines, and in the end, a companion of board with an experience of more than 20 years in the field will share them from the happenings of a profession among the clouds.

speakers: TAROM, Wizz Air, Carpatair Flight Training, Superior School of Civil Aviation, R-HR Romania.

Participation fee:

  • 150 lei, special price for registration until November 14
  • 200 lei, for registrations between 15 and 21 November

Participation fee includes access to all conference sessions and coffee breaks (coffee, tea, water, juices, snacks), guide of the future flight attendant in print format, participation in the career guidance workshop, access to materials and presentations of readers included in program, a Q&A session, personalized gift AVON.

The registration is made on the basis of completing the available contact form here. Confirmation of participation in the event is made through an email sent by team I want to be a Stewardess, after paying the participation fee. Limited number of seats. Their occupation is done in the order of registration on the site.

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