Cabin crew training is flying high

DEMAND for places on Scotland's only full-time cabin crew training programme is sky high.

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With more than 400 on the waiting list, would-be flight attendants are queuing up to join the City and Guilds Diploma in Air Cabin Crew.

Taught at City of Glasgow College, the course has space for 24 students - but had more than 400 apply.

Lead course tutor Audrey Kinghorn, who served as a cabin crew professional for 27 years, said: "The students have been coached in a wide and varied range of skills that will help them excel in their role as cabin crew on an airline

Students get the opportunity to train in a simulated jet cabin.


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