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If you are looking to nab a job as a flight attendant, you should know right now that competition is sure to be fierce. After all, working as a flight attendant is a chance to see the world for free so it just makes sense that competition will be fierce. By now, you should already be writing a curriculum vitae and hopefully you chose a nice template that will show your experience in the best light.
Once you are done writing a curriculum vitae, it is time to think about what you are going to write in your cover letter. You can opt not to write one but why do that when your cover letter may well be the thing that helps you land an interview? When it comes to landing a spot as a flight attendant you need to make sure all your bases are covered and you leave nothing to chance. Do not worry if you do not know anything about writing a cover letter for a cabin crew position because you will learn all about it here.
Writing a Cover Letter
Writing a cover letter is a lot like writing a curriculum vitae in that you have to be concise and to the point but never curt. A lot of people find it challenging but with the right guidance, you can easily learn how to do it here. Check out how you can do it below.
The first thing you want to do is put the date, name, title, organization, address, city, state, and zip code on the left side of your document. Two spaces below that you can address your letter to the person in charge of hiring. Try to find out what his or her name is so you can go the extra mile. Simply writing “Dear Sir/Ma’am” just reeks of laziness and will not impress the hiring manager. The next step is to begin the body of your letter. Check out the one below.
“I am writing to express my interest in the advertised flight attendant position at ABC Airlines. I saw the ad on XYZ.com and after reading the requirements and the job description I am confident I fit the job. I have several years of experience in the customer service sector and I know that my strong teamwork skills will make me a valuable member of your crew
My experience in the customer service sector has taught me the value of making sure that the customers get the highest level of service. As an award winning sales representative, I have a deep understanding of customer needs and will gladly apply what I know for the good and success of the company…”
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
As you can see, the cover letter is a lot like a resume but has a more personal feel. Once you are done writing a curriculum vitae you might want to keep it in hand as a guide on how to write your cover letter. Check it for typos and grammatical errors for the best results.