Visible tattoos are not allowed and should not be covered with bandages. Tattoos that cannot be covered by our cabin hostess uniform must be fully made up by a tattoo makeup compatible with the tone of the skin. In addition, cabin crew members receive $2.00 per day for each hour of service away from home. On average, this represents an additional $3900 per year. Once the first and second phases of initial training for new personnel have been completed, 76 flight hours per auction period will be guaranteed to cabin crew members. Payment of 76 flight hours is guaranteed for reserve staff, even if they do not work full-time 76 flight hours. A flight hour is based on the block-to-block hour. It begins when the main cabin door is closed and the aircraft brake is detached and ends on arrival when the aircraft brake is adjusted and the main cabin door is opened. As a representative of SkyWest, we expect our cabin crew to follow all uniform rules and appearance.
Extreme hairstyles and colors are not allowed. Visible facial or body piercings (including ear dilation gauges) are not allowed. Lower lobe piercings are allowed. Visible tattoos are not allowed and should not be covered with bandages. Tattoos that cannot be covered by our cabin hostess uniform must be fully made up by a tattoo makeup compatible with the tone of the skin. Be between 5`0 and 6`0″. Due to the internal size of our aircraft, there are no exceptions to the height requirement for cabin crew Seniority is determined by the date of recruitment of cabin crew (the first day of training) and the last four digits of their social security number. Training allowance: training is paid with 65 flight hours.
If the training is successful, the payment is approximately $1,100 for the entire duration of the training. The payment data of the crew members are the 7th and 22nd of each month. When a flight attendant is in reserve, she is on request and should be available during the assigned reserve blocks to cover travel due to sick calls, vacations, etc. During the reservation, cabin crew may be away from home for up to five days a week and work up to 14 hours a day. Each new flight attendant can expect to be in reserve until she has established enough seniority to become a line owner. The time spent on the reserve varies according to the growth within the allocated home. If you are contacted to make a trip during the booking, the cabin crew must check in at the airport and be operational within two hours. It can be very difficult to commute during the reservation and it is highly recommended that cabin crew move to their home. All assigned journeys begin and end at the assigned home.
SkyWest cabin crew members will receive free basic uniform parts for new employees after successfully completing their initial training. You will also receive $5 per paycheque for consistent maintenance such as modifications and dry cleaning. In accordance with the letter of the agreement (SP2303), which is located at the front of the Flight Attendant Policy Manual, SkyWest Airlines and SIA have a binding agreement to comply with the content of the flight policy. Both SkyWest management and SIA must agree to a review before it becomes effective. The signatures of the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of InFlight for SkyWest as well as the President of SIA confirm this binding contract. SkyWest operates flights every day of the year, so cabin crew must work a rotating schedule with variable hours covering holidays and weekends. Cabin crew must have the necessary endurance to work up to 16 hours a day in case of frequent changes in climatic and meteorological conditions. The position of the cabin crew requires constant travel with air turbulence, dry air, different sound levels of aircraft engines and work in narrow spaces.. . .