Cabin crew job is perfect for those who love traveling, visiting places, and interacting with people. Airlines love to have staff that is friendly, courteous, well-natured, and matured. If you are eying a particular Airline to work for, then you must have a well-written cabin crew cover letter along with a resume that is equally drafted well.
The cover letter should be brief and should not contain more than five paragraphs. If the letter can be concluded in four paragraphs, it would look even better. However, regardless of the numbers of paragraphs, the important thing is what you are adding in the letter.
Karlene F. Green
4370 Haul Road
Maplewood, MN 55119
September 01, 2013
Lawrence N. Palmer
1769 Bungalow Road
Omaha, NE 68114
Re: Cabin Crew Job (Ref # PL 125423)
Dear Mr. Palmer,
I am working as a cabin crew with the Cloud Airline for the last three years, and is a regular member of their BL-747 aircraft that fly to West European countries. As I am looking for a domestic airline company due to some family commitments, it gives me great pleasure in applying for a Cabin Crew position at Easy Fly as published on the online job portal of monster.com.
According to what you have asked for the position, my profile is head-to-head with them. I am a graduate in hospitality from one of the reputed institutes of MN. The course that I have gone through have helped me in executing duties on board to utmost perfection. As I understood that the growth of Airline's business relies on how you treat customers and pay heeds to their safety, security, and comfort, I earned the best team member award twice in a year. I am at ease while dealing with difficult customers and execute my duties at the highest possible level during emergencies.
My passion for the job and interest in befriending passengers with diverse background have made me a favorite crew on the board. I even gel up perfectly with my team members. Most importantly, I enjoy my job. Some of the skills Easy Fly will be benefited from my appointment includes:
Lawrence N. Palmer
When you have completed writing the cabin crew cover letter, check for grammar and spelling mistakes. A letter that is spelled incorrectly or not drafted clearly will not generate any result. Therefore, read it carefully and include your skills and experience accordingly. Make sure, you are not duplicating your resume in the letter.