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Persyaratan Masuk INTERSKY STUDY

INTERSKY STUDY membuka pendaftaran Pramugari dan Airline Staff dengan Syarat :

PRAMUGARI / PRAMUGARA Domestik:

1. Wanita / Pria, umur minimal 17 tahun
2. Tinggi 160 cm (Wanita ) / 170 cm (Pria)
3. Tidak Buta Warna & Tidak Berkacamata
4. Berpenampilan Menarik
5. Belum Menikah

PRAMUGARI Internasional:

1. Wanita, Umur minimal 20 Tahun
2. Pendidikan minimal D-4 / S-1
3. Berbahasa Inggris Aktif
4. Tinggi Minimal 162 cm
5. Belum Menikah
6. Bersedia di tempatkan di luar negeri

Airline Management :

1. Pria atau Wanita
2. Tinggi Minimal 150 cm
3. Umur Minimal 17 tahun Maksimal 22 Tahun
4. Boleh Berjilbab

Informasi lebih lanjut, Silahkan menghubungi kami di
0542-440942 atau di 0852.4756.8888

Type of FLIGHT ATTENDANT and Job Description

For those of you who are interested in a career as a flight attendant, jobs with the major airlines are not the only option and may not be the right fit for some job seekers. There is a smorgasbord of jobs available, offering different advantages for the diverse types of people interested in flying.

The most popular and well-known type of flight attendant is Flight Attendant for a major airline, such as US Airways, Continental, Delta, United, Southwest, TWA, American, Northwest or America West. These airlines, with the exception of Southwest, are global carriers.

As a flight attendant with these airlines you will be able to fly all over the world, although it may require several years’ seniority in order to do so on a regular basis. They fly a variety of aircraft, which may include medium size jets such as the Boeing 737 to jumbo-jets such as the DC 10. These airlines have a number of bases nationwide and sometimes worldwide, and the reserve system varies from several months to several years.

The pay scale is generally higher with the major carriers, with a full range of benefits available, such as paid time off, medical, dental and life insurance, credit unions, 401K’s, profit sharing, and pass benefits. And the older, more established airlines generally have more reciprocal flight benefits with other airlines than newer start-up airlines do.

The second most popular type is the Flight Attendant for the national airline. Nationals usually go shorter distances. They service the smaller cities that are not frequented by as many passengers as the ones served by major airlines but still require service. These airlines include AirTran, Spirit, Midway, Midwest Express, Frontier and National Airlines and may serve cities such as Greensboro, NC, Ft. Walton Beach, FL or Chicago’s Midway Airport. They most often use only one type of aircraft such as the B-737 or MD-80.

The benefits for these airlines are similar to the majors, with perhaps not quite as many perks. Time spent on reserve varies, and is not usually as long as those of the major airlines. Layover time is also shorter most of the time, since these airlines are generally lower fare carriers and have quick turns with their aircraft.

Flight attendants for another class of airlines, called regionals, fly on smaller aircraft, usually turboprops or small jets called Regional Jets (RJ’s). For the most part, these flights carry commuters and passengers connecting to the mainstream airlines. Most of their aircraft seat fewer than 50 passengers and require only one flight attendant.

If you like working without anyone looking over your shoulder, this type of flying might be for you. These airlines fly shorter distances, usually within one state or a small region, such as the northeast. Some of these airlines are Comair, Sky West, US Airways Express, United Express and American Eagle. Benefits with these airlines are still comparable with larger ones, as well as having flight discounts with the larger carriers.

Another kind of airline that uses flight attendants is the charter airline. This type of airline does not have many scheduled flights but is chartered by tour groups. The flight schedules may change from month-to-month, as well as cities served. Some of these airlines go all over the world for most of their flights, and it is not unusual for a new flight attendant to find him or herself on a trip to Europe the first month out of training! These airlines usually have fewer employees, but the flying is more specialized. Most flights for charter airlines travel to vacation spots and exotic locations, but can also involve military transport.

Benefits are comparable in most cases, with the possible exception of reciprocal passes from scheduled airlines. Some well-known charter airlines are American Trans Air, Miami Air, Sun Country and World Airways. Some of these airlines do not have continuous reserve, but only require it one day per month, for all their flight attendants.

There is also a type of flight attendant known as the corporate flight attendant. Flying corporate involves working for a corporation or an individual instead of an established airline. The airplanes they use are usually small ones such as Falcons or Challengers, but may even be smaller, private aircraft or large ones, such as Boeing 737’s. The flight attendants fly to wherever they are needed, and sometimes they must be available at a moment’s notice. The crew may be gone for weeks at a time, but due to the fact that these personnel must be available so frequently, this type of flying can command quite a lucrative salary.

A corporate flight attendant can expect to make anywhere from $30,000/yr. to $60,000, and this can even go higher, depending on the policy of the corporation or individual. The service offered on corporate flights is exemplary, in order to pamper their customers. Usually specialized training is required prior to applying, which the company rarely provides.

And it’s best to know someone within the company who can put in a good word for you, as these jobs are seldom advertised. Some examples of people who use corporate flight attendants are athletic teams such as the Orlando Magic, celebrities, private companies and wealthy, private individuals who travel frequently.

No matter what kind of flying you choose, it is nice to know there are options other than the obvious ones for which most people apply. Each type of airline has its own character, so if a major airline is a Roadrunner and you are a Donald Duck, you may be happier working for a regional or a charter. A lot of these jobs can be quite satisfying, and afford some advantages not provided by the majors, such as short reserve and seniority time, immediate international travel, and a closer-knit camaraderie not always obtained within large companies. Taking the time to carefully weigh your decision may make the difference between being in the right job with the wrong company or having just the “right fit” based on your needs!



Detailed Job Awareness / Job Description
It is important for a flight attendant to understand all about the job duties, salaries, responsibilities and lifestyle of a flight attendant. While this job is not for everyone, the rewards are great. We tell you what to expect in training, the downside of the job as well as the perks such as flight benefits and profit sharing.

Airline Abbreviations and Definitions
Flight attendant training can be like learning another language, but after learning the aviation terminology and abbreviations that all flight attendants need to know no matter what airline they work for, you will be much more knowledgeable about the industry and greatly increase your chances of success in flight attendant training.

Federal Aviation Regulations (F.A.R.’s)
Become familiar with rules all flight attendants must know well, and are standard to the industry. This section is the backbone of the flight attendant job and is a must for applicants new to the industry.

24-Hour Clock (Military Time) and Time Calculation
All flight attendants must be proficient in military time to the point that it is automatic. Calculating and understanding military time doesn’t have to be difficult; we teach you the easy way to learn military time and calculation, which is imperative for keeping track of your flight hours.

150 Predominant City Codes
Airlines typically give you many city codes to learn in a very limited period of time. The city codes for the most common destinations, both domestic and international, are taught in our program. The airline you work for will more than likely use many of these city codes, so by already knowing them when you go in, you will have a heads-up on the memorization process.

Decompression & First Aid
Decompressions and medical emergencies are among the most serious situations a flight attendant can encounter. We will give you insight on first aid procedures for the most common inflight injuries and illnesses and emergencies.

Security Issues
Security is a very important issue in today’s aviation world. Learn about aviation security issues every flight attendant must know and how to insure the safest and most secure conditions for passengers and crew.

Evacuation Procedures
Learn how flight attendants can evacuate an aircraft in the FAA required 90 seconds, in the dark, with half the exits working. Most inflight emergencies are survivable. Learn about planned and unplanned emergencies and what to do if things go wrong.

Safety Demos
All flight attendants must demonstrate the location and operation of safety equipment during each and every flight. You will have a chance to practice oxygen mask, safety card, seat belt and life vest demonstrations in class and learn the proper forms of presenting the information.

Preflight Checking and Operation of Emergency Equipment
Emergency equipment checks are a vital part of the flight attendant safety protocol. Learn how to operate equipment such as the oxygen bottles, fire extinguishers, smoke hood and more.

Aircraft Nomenclature Diagrams
Aircraft exits are labeled and referred to in a specific way. All flight attendants must learn the proper way of designating these exits.

Emergency Procedures
In any inflight emergency, it is the primary duty of the flight attendant to put basic procedures into practice in a rapid and efficient manner, so as to be able to direct passengers off the aircraft safely to prevent further injury and to save lives. These are procedures which flight attendants must know like the back of their hands and become automatic with extensive drilling during training.

Comprehensive Customer Service Proficiency
As experienced flight attendants, we strive to increase the applicant’s awareness of customer service skills through the use of role-playing techniques. The flight attendant is the front line for the company’s corporate image and the reason many people return for repeat business. This issue is finally being given the important attention it demands in today’s aviation venue!

F/A Interviewing and resume skills
We don’t want you to be alone in the interview process! We will teach you how to effectively showcase your qualifications to recruiters to get you noticed and hired! Learn about the preferred dress code, how to create an airline specific resume, how to market yourself effectively in your presentation and how to answer the most commonly asked airline questions, bringing your background into your answers. We practice with you through role-playing exercises and video-tape you so you can see how you conduct yourself in the interview.

Placement Assistance
As a successful candidate, you will have us work with you hand-in-hand to refer you to airlines; we will contact them for you and help you to set-up your interviews, giving the airlines a glowing recommendation. Give us a chance to help you “take-off” with your career!



FLIGHT ATTENDANT TRAINEE

How to Choosen Flight Attendant School




What is a Flight Attendant?
There is much more to being a flight attendant than just serving beverages on a plane.


Flight Attendants are trained in a wide variety of skills including:

  1. Airport and aircraft security;
  2. self defense;
  3. emergency first aid and recognition of medical problems;
  4. passenger handling procedures during emergencies;
  5. emergency egress on land and water;
  6. aircraft technical knowledge, including how to fly an airplane;
  7. airline operations; reservation and ticketing procedures;
  8. wilderness, desert and sea survival training;
  9. physical fitness;
  10. meteorology;
  11. customer service;
  12. foreign languages;
  13. special material handling;
  14. radio communication, navigation, and of course, hospitality training.



Flight attendants also lead an exciting life of travel, both as part of their day-to-day work, and travel as a free benefit for their personal use. A flight attendant’s lifestyle is demanding in terms of work schedules, especially during odd hours such as early mornings, holidays and weekends. This is an ideal career for a single person, or a married person who does not yet have family and child-rearing responsibilities.




Need for Flight Attendants
Despite the recent news media attention that focuses on airlines in financial trouble, there are many more airlines that are prosperous and growing.

The demand for flight attendants is very high, for two reasons:

  • The number of passengers is growing rapidly, and there is a high rate of turnover in flight attendant numbers.
  • The number of passengers now flying is much higher than pre-911.

Some passengers have shifted to smaller national airlines, and regional carriers. Although their business is very strong, it is not exciting news, and you don’t hear about it in the media. As a result of this increased traffic, the need for flight attendants is growing steadily. Another reason for the high demand is that some leave the career field after only a short time. In some cases, the person discovers that the flight schedules are too demanding in terms of odd hours and frequent layovers. In many other cases, young flight attendants who are still single quickly find an attractive partner, and decide to stay home to begin a marriage. Many of these flight attendants return to the profession later in life.



Becoming a Flight Attendant


It is possible to be accepted into the flight attendant training programs of some airlines directly after graduating from high school.


The competition is very intense, and a low percentage survive beyond the initial screening process. A candidate who spends some time preparing for flight attendant school stands a much better chance of being accepted.

An Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree, or higher, especially if the degree is focused specifically on flight attendant training, can substantially increase the chances of being chosen. However, there are no guarantees.


In order to succeed a candidate must be:

  • reasonably intelligent,
  • able to speak confidently and well,
  • physically fit.

The two most common reasons for candidates not being accepted, or dropped during an airline training program, are because of underdeveloped speaking skills, and poor physical fitness. Once accepted into an airline flight attendant training program, a candidate will graduate in one to three months, depending upon the airline’s training practices.



Career Opportunities
The number of different types of flight attendant careers is vast. They range from small regional airlines flying commuter planes with only one attendant to very large intercontinental airlines flying jumbo jets having 20 or more attendants. Generally speaking, the small commuter airlines having only one or two attendants on their flights may have higher starting salaries, but the opportunity for advancement is lower.

Regional airlines using 2 to 4 attendants per plane start at lower salaries, but have higher ending pay rates. The very large international airlines pay the top salaries for their most experienced flight attendants, particularly those who speak foreign languages. There is also a growing demand for high quality flight attendants for corporate and private aircraft.

These pay the highest salaries, because the need for good hospitality skills is very important. The demand for flight attendants is now very high. And even though there will always be peaks and valleys in the demand rates, the need for flight attendants over the long term will not disappear. People will continue to fly in ever growing numbers, and flight attends are needed to host them.



Choosing a Program
When choosing a flight attendant education program, a candidate should choose a school that has a solid reputation in the aviation industry.

A school that also has a high quality flight program, and other aviation programs such as maintenance, aviation business, etc., are better known by the aviation industry, and their graduates are assumed to be better qualified than those from a school that has no other aviation programs.

A candidate should also choose a school that opens an educational pathway to higher levels of training such as access to bachelor and masters programs. A two year associates degree is a good starting point. A two-year school that partners with higher level colleges and universities can be very helpful. Often, an associates degree is all that is necessary to gain a candidate’s entrance into an airline flight attendant training program.



Emergency Procedure

Tribune Kaltim - Senin, 9 Maret 2009 | 23:31 WITA
JAKARTA - Lagi-lagi pesawat Lion Air jenis McDonnell Douglas MD-90 mengalami celaka. Setelah Senin (23/2) dua pekan lalu pesawat milik Maskapai Penerbangan Lion Air mendarat dengan selamat tanpa roda depan, Senin (9/3) pukul 15.35 WIB di Batam, pesawat dari maskapai yang sama tergelincir di landasan Terminal 1 Bandara Internasional Soekarno-Hatta, Cengkareng.

Sore itu cuaca di sekitar Bandara Cengkareng agak buruk. Hujan lebat disertai angin kencang yang menerpa badan pesawat sebelah kiri, membuat sayap kanan pesawat oleng saat mendarat. Bahkan, ban pesawat dengan nomor penerbangan JT 793 berputar 90 derajat.
“Roda bagian belakang terendam lumpur dan patah 100-200 meter di luar run way 25 kiri,” kata Captain Edward Sirait, Humas Lion Air. Pesawat berangkat dari Ujung Pandang pukul 14. 35 Wita dengan tujuan Jakarta dengan membawa 166 penumpang termasuk 6 awak.

Detik-detik menegangkan terjadi ketika pesawat Lion Air dalam proses mendarat. Pesawat tiba-tiba miring ke kiri. Setelah itu ganti miring ke kanan. “Kemudian pesawat langsung nyusruk (nyungsep),” kata Mala, wartawati majalah Gatra yang kebetulan menumpang pesawat naas itu.

Menurutnya, pesawat berangkat dari Makassar pukul 14.30 Wita dan sempat mengalami keterlambatan. Selain Mala, ada juga wartawan lain yang berada di perut pesawat. Rombongan wartawan ini ke Makassar guna mengikuti acara Menpora Adhyaksa Dault.

Pesawat mengalami kerusakan cukup parah. “Keadaan pesawat landing gear depan patah, sayap kiri patah,” kata Kapuskom Publik Dephub Bambang S Ervan. Ervan menambahkan, saat mendarat, kondisi cuaca di bandara sedang hujan lebat disertai angin kencang. Jarak pandang hanya sekitar 1.000 meter. Pesawat tersebut dipiloti Capt Ratiman. “Seluruh penumpang selamat dan telah dievakuasi,” katanya.




Dari petikan berita di atas, dapat di tarik kesimpulan bahwa keberhasilan dari proses evakuasi adalah hasil kerja sama yang lancar antara penumpang dan awak kabin (pramugari). Dalam hal ini kita tidak akan membicarakan mengenai kecelakaan yang menimpa Lion Air, akan tetapi kami akan membagi pengalaman mengenai proses evakuasi atau Emergency Procedure sebelum dan setelah pesawat mendarat.


Pokok bahasan saat ini adalah Emergency Landing at Terrain (Pendaratan darurat di darat)


Ada beberapa faktor yang sangat membantu dalam kelancaran proses Evakuasi. Salah satunya adalah kesiapan sahabat dalam mempersiapkan diri menghadapi Emergency Landing.


Berikut beberapa tips dalam menghadapi Emergency Landing.


Persiapan Sebelum Landing


Persiapan ini dilakukan pada saat pesawat akan mendarat.

  1. Padamkan segera rokok sahabat, jika dalam penerbangan itu di perbolehkan merokok.
  2. Lepaskan semua barang tajam (Kaca mata, pena, dan semua isi kantong baju) lalu masukkan ke dalam tas atau ke dalam kantong kursi di depan sahabat.
  3. Tegakkan sandaran kursi dan tutup meja sahabat.
  4. Tempatkan barang bawaan sahabat di bawah kursi.
  5. Lepaskan sepatu tumit tinggi sahabat, lalu masukkan ke dalam tas.


Pada saat Pendaratan darurat



Sebelum pesawat mengalami Impact atau pendaratan darurat, tindakan yang harus di lakukan adalah sebagai berikut:



  1. Dorong sandaran kursi depan sahabat ke arah depan
  2. Bungkukkan badan
  3. Kepala di letakkan ke atas lengan yang di lipat di atas lutut
  4. Jika tidak bisa, sahabat dapat meletakkan kepala sahabat pada kedua tangan yang di silangkan pada sandaran kursi di depan sahabat sehingga kedua lengan dapat melindungi kepala.






Dalam posisi ini akan terdengar pemberitahuan berulang-ulang

EMERGENCY - BEND DOWN - HOLD YOUR KNEES

BAHAYA - MEMBUNGKUK - PELUK LUTUT




Crash Landing




Ketika pesawat mendarat, mungkin akan terjadi beberapa kali bantingan. Tetaplah duduk dengan posisi aman sampai pesawat benar-benar berhenti dengan sempurna

Setelah pesawat berhenti dengan sempurna, semua lampu akan padam, kecuali lampu yang menunjukkan jalan keluar. Biasanya di tunjukkan dengan lampu di lantai (gang/aisle)

Jika ada aba-aba dari pramugari “EVACUATE - EVACUATE - EVACUATE” segera lakukan

  1. Buka sabuk pengaman sahabat
  2. Tinggalkan semua barang
  3. Cepat keluar melalui Emergency Exit (akan di pandu oleh pramugari)
  4. Setelah di depan Emergency Exit, segera lakukan “JUMP and SLIDE” atau “LONCAT dan MELUNCUR”
  5. Setibanya di luar pesawat, segera jauhi pesawat sejauh mungkin (menghindari bahaya meledaknya pesawat)


Sekolah Pramugari



Jika telah berkumpul, segera melaporkan diri kepada petugas yang berwenang.

Mudah-mudahan tips kali ini dapat berguna bagi kita semua, dan jika sahabat ingin menyebar luaskan, kami sangat menghargainya.



WHAT YOU GOT


Intersky Study is Kalimantan’s leading Flight Attendant and Airline Management School. Each year students graduate from our courses … and turn their career goals into reality.

Intersky Study approach is the way to learn. We offer:

* A professional and trustworthy college


* Friendly and supportive staff


* Practical and relevant training


* Outstanding academic results


* Free job placement service (On The Job Training)

Our airline management train you with ARGA and Galileo international computerised reservations systems. This is the only one computer reservation system at Kalimantan.

Our tutors have extensive industry experience, relevant qualifications and use innovative and interactive teaching methods and accelerated learning techniques. You will learn in a friendly and supportive team environment with your tutor helping you every step of the way.

Good value You gain your qualifications more quickly so you can start your new career in less time. Training is intensive and focused and always supported by personal attention from your tutor.

Your new friends When you study at Intersky Study, the world gets smaller - and your circle of friends gets larger. You can meet people from around the region … or the other side of the Indonesia.

.. And finally We are different. Our style is personal and friendly, and we aim to get to know you, to support you and to help you succeed. So invest in your own future … take the first step … and enrol with Intersky today.

Please contact Vina on 0852 4756 8888 or 0542 440942. If you would like to find out the availability and special industry rates for any of our training facilities.



OUR FLIGHT ATTENDANT


Welcome to the Intersky Study Flight Attendant Class.

The following Intersky Study Graduates are employed as International and Domestic Flight Attendants:




The Flight Attendant option are designed to introduce you to the role of the flight attendant for both international and domestic flights. We take you through the application process, the interview and selection criteria and into the training programme itself. We will show you how to prepare an aircraft cabin for embarking and disembarking passengers, cabin crew standard emergency procedures and equipment, and the passenger inflight safety demonstration. Presentations will be given by professional flight attendants and airline personnel.

Please phone Vina on 0852 4756 8888 or 0542 440942 for further details.


ABOUT Sekolah Pramugari INTERSKY



Welcome to Sekolah Pramugari Intersky Study

Founded in 2004 untill now Many Airlines and Travel Companies prefer Intersky Study graduates for important positions in travel, tourism, hospitality and business.

Our students achieve great results. Our students also give us high marks for the way we teach and the support we offer.

When you join us, you will be on your way to a brighter and smarter future.

We’ll be there to help you achieve your goals, from the day you first call us … to the day you graduate - and beyond.

We invite you - become part of the Intersky Study family. Take the first step, and call us today.

Flight Attendant School Intersky Study is a training school for Indonesian Flight Attendant and Airline Staffs, and Flight Attendant School Intersky Study is the first and the biggest Flight Attendant and Airline Management Training in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan Indonesia.

Being Flight Attendant is a dream for many people. Traveling abroad, staying at luxurious hotels, and having good income are what many young people want when they have their career at airlines.

To get this, the candidates should work hard in their study, have good knowledge, skill, attitudes and good performance in order to be professional in their carrier. Therefore Intersky Provides them with characters building and other courses which are useful to take them to be qualified professional airliners.

The Instructor of courses are from airlines, hotels and other professionals such as Personality Development Expert, English instructor and other foreign language instructors

  1. The Program consist of theory and practice which are conducted in the classroom and industry. Theory consist of 40% and the practice is 60%.
  2. In conducting the practice or on the job training, the students are sent to airline company for three till six months.

With the program courses they got, the graduates of Flight Attendant School and airline staff are hope to be Professional in their jobs, have good hospitality and could develop the company’s brand image.

They are also hoped to be qualified and professional in serving the customers and could adjust in whatever situation they face and.
They are also hoped to be qualified and professional in serving the customers and could adjust in whatever situation they face and.

They are wide range career opportunities for graduates of INTERSKY. The Careers are among others


  1. Flight Attendant
  2. Ticketing and Reservation Staff at Airlines
  3. Ticketing and Reservation Staff at Travel Agents
  4. Ticketing and Reservation Staff at Hotels
  5. Customer Service Staff at Airline Offices
  6. Customer Service Staff at Airport
  7. Customer Service Staff at Travel Agents


Intersky Study doesn’t only provide the training for the candidates but also facilitates them to contacts the airline company for candidates’ recruitment. The Partners of the domestic airlines are Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Air Asia, Batavia Air, Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Pelita Air Sevice, and Sriwijaya Air.

To Conduct Recruitment, Intersky Contacts the airlines whether there is recruitment for Flight Attendant or airline Staffs.

If There is recruitment, Airline Company will conduct recruitment, selection and interview at Intersky’s Office, or Intersky sends the candidate to the towns/cities in Indonesia where the company airline have representatives. If candidate are successful, the candidate sign a contract with airline company.

For further information, please contact our Customer Service at :

Sekolah Pramugari INTERSKY STUDY Balikpapan, Telp 0542-440942 or by SMS at

0852.4756.8888

INDONESIA VERSION






PERSIAPAN NAIK PESAWAT

Tidak dipungkiri, naik pesawat kini bukanlah hal yang istimewa. Apalagi dengan maraknya maskapai penerbangan yang menawarkan harga tiket bersaing. Untuk mengurangi kekhawatiran bagi Sahabat penumpang baru, simak tips berikut. Bagi penumpang lama tentu juga tak ada salahnya sekadar mengingat kembali.


DI RUMAH

sekolah pramugari

1. Pastikan penerbangan Sahabat sudah OK dengan menghubungi pihak airline 24-48 jam sebelum keberangkatan.

2. Berkemaslah dengan praktis dan jangan lupa membawa kartu identitas diri.

3. Simpan barang berharga di dalam tas jinjing. Bawa alat tulis seandainya diperlukan.

4. Pasang tanda pengenal di luar dan di dalam koper. Di luar, lengkapi dengan nama, alamat, dan nomor telepon. Di dalam, tambahkan dengan alamat tujuan berikut nomor telepon.

5. Kurangi jinjingan untuk memudahkan dan memperingkas waktu naik pesawat. Dua jinjingan masih bolehlah, dan keduanya harus muat disimpan di bawah kursi atau di rak penyimpan di atas kepala. Simak tiket Sahabat baik-baik untuk mendapatkan informasi ukuran dan berat yang diizinkan.

6. Tidak ada salahnya menyimak seluruh informasi yang ada pada tiket. Dengan begitu Sahabat dapat mengetahui peraturan maskapai penerbangan maupun pemerintah.



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MATIKAN HP SELAMA DI PESAWAT

sekolah pramugari dan airline managementSampai saat ini, larangan mengaktifkan handphone (HP) di pesawat masih di anggap sepi oleh penumpang. Tak sedikit yang masih menggunakannya untuk sekadar menginformasikan keberangkatan atau kedatangan mereka hingga untuk kepentingan bisnis yang mendesak. Padahal, seperti berulang kali diingatkan pramugari, sekadar untuk mengaktifkan saja sudah dilarang. Larangan mengaktif handphone berlaku mulai saat penumpang masuk pesawat sampai keluar dari pesawat. Lalu mengapa larangan tersebut diberlakukan? Selain handphone, peralatan elektronik apa saja yang dilarang?

10 KESALAHAN PENUMPANG

10 KESALAHAN PENUMPANG

Seringkali calon penumpang pesawat dihinggapi kekhawatiran akan kemungkinan terjadinya kecelakaan. Sayangnya kekhawatiran itu tidak membuat penumpang lebih bijak dalam berfikir dan bertindak.

Dibawah ini tercantum 10 kesalahan yang umum dilakukan penumpang. Meskipun hanya 10, bukan tidak mungkin masih banyak lagi kesalahan sepele yang dilakukan penumpang namun bisa membahayakan.
Mungkin dengan berkaca pada kesalahan-kesalahan berikut, Sahabat bisa mengidentifikasi kesalahan lainnya.


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