Interview with a Filipino Flight Attendant from Cebu Pacific Air

This page used to contain an interview with a Filipino flight attendant, Precious Chico and her journey to becoming a cabin crew of Cebu Pacific. The post has inspired so much people, went viral and popular online but due to massive inquiries and unexpected messages, Precious has contacted me and requested to pull out the post for privacy reason and to avoid unstoppable questions, messages and inquiries sent to her. Philpad respects her and her privacy so we deleted the interview here.

Furthermore, we are still open for related interviews about cabin crew. If you want to be featured, just contact us and we will email you.

Just want to share the best advice Precious has shared to all the Filipinos who dream the same dream to become a Flight Attendant:

Don’t be afraid to chase your dream. Nothing will happen if you keep on dreaming but do nothing to achieve it. 🙂 Be 100% sure that you want the job If you failed the first time, try and try until God gave it to you. 🙂 Most important thing is not to lose hope and wear you genuine smile at all times :)”

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My name is Fehl and I love interviewing people. These people are not celebrities, not listed in Forbes or Time magazine yet I feel someday they could be. Sometimes I just meet them at Starbucks or bump into them in Boracay or I just like their current Instagram. These people I know will inspire others. These people are Filipino…by blood or by heart – and that gets my attention 🙂

About Fehl Dungo

Licensed Career Service Professional, tech investor, founder of Philpad, and published author of a poetry book at Barnes&Noble.

191 thoughts on “Interview with a Filipino Flight Attendant from Cebu Pacific Air”

  1. Good Day! I am Alyzza Mae Medina, Grade 11 student from APEC Schools Concepcion Dos. We are making a research paper for our Research 1 Domain. This is all about being a Flight Attendant and I would like to ask permission if you can participate in this interview. I would be glad to have an interview with you to learn more about being a Flight Attendant. I know that you are busy and that’s why I assure you that this will take about 30 minutes of your time.

    The information will be use for educational purposes. Your identity will be kept confidential.

    I look forward to your response!

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  2. ugh..Here we go again.. 🙁
    Like all of you guys here, this has also been my ultimate dream since I first laid my eyes on a FA uniform.But unlike many of you, I’m starting to lose hope and was actually about to let go of this dream job that I have long envision myself to be a part of that’s until I come across to this site—

    I’ve made a bunch of research and unfortunately I only stand 5’1 in height though my weight is proportional to that of the latter but then that’s just it, I’m a hobbit still (reality sucks). As of my teeth (ewan..bat di nila makuhang mgkapit bisig)the only prob. is that the upper teeth is hndi align sa lower teeth tipong medyo nkausli po.

    — I felt somewhat motivated to pursue my dream coz no matter how many plan b’s I’ve tried to come up with like maybe mg work abroad nlang ako ito prin tlaga yung gsto ko mging FA. Mag tatake nlng ako ng gloxi at mgb.brace. lol thnks po

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  3. Hello.

    Is it possible that they will hire that have braces? It’s been two years that I decided to put braces on my teeth . I hope I am qualified even though i have braces but i have the skills and talent to become an F.A Thanks to my Dentist Doc Pam of Dental Center who really cares my teeth..

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  4. Can i ask you ms. Fehl pwede po ba kahit kulang ng 3 yung teeth? Actually bagang sila so di naman kita kapag nag smile so pwedi puba nun yon?

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  5. good day! i’m lea from Iligan city i’m 2 years college graduated my course is not related to tourism is that required in your company? this is one of my dream to become flight stewardess and i have the ability to speak different language my English is not that fluent but i will try my best. I have a pretty face, white skin, 5’3 in height but i’m chubby i don’t know if my weight is proportion to my height? i don’t have a perfect set of teeth and i don’t know how to swim im worried if im not qualified? Hoping for your soonest response!:)

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  6. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    I just want to ask if its required na tourism ang course na natapos ng isang applicant? And also if pwede po ung may sungki ang teeth?

    I hope to hear from you soon.

    Thank you

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  7. Good evening po mam Fehl.

    I’m 17 years old,I’m skinny and tall and I’m willing to have this kind of my dream job since I was a kid, but now I’m a college student I was forcely pick a course of Hotel Restaurant Management by my parents but it not fits Me well, that’s why I have so many failure grades cause I don’t take it seriously they’re some students in my school campus walking by and wearing a flight attendant uniform I feel like I’m jealous all the time and I feel sad. But this summer I decided to shift on my course to tourism I was just reading and finding a blog about flight attendant and how I become a flight attendant and I found you’re inspirational letter, I thought I don’t have a chance to fullfil my dreams sometimes I feel like I’m giving up, but when I read this I motivate myself to pursue well thank you miss fehl . I’m gonna read this as always! ?

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  8. Hi Ms. Fehl Dungo,

    I really want to become a flight attendant, is just that Im so worry of my scar in my left hand. It actually a seal of my fraternity. Is Pal or Cebpac accepting applicant that has a braces? I decided to have it for me to have a proper alignment of teeth for the preparation for FA. Im hoping for your merit response so that i can see how i can proceed for the next step. Thank you so much. 🙂

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  9. Hi Ms. Fhel Dungo! I am a fresh graduate of one of a religious schools here in Philippines particularly Notre Dame of Kidapawan College..I have read your sentiments and comments of your followers. I get easily inspired with your help to your followers like me and I am aspiring to become the next well efficient, effective and with a good heart flight attendant for all airline passengers. Can you help me to make my dreams come true? I am male, handsome with a good structure of teeth and my height is 5’7”. I am looking forward making this dream into reality with your help. I will leave my number if you want me to contact (09486141487) Thank you, more powers and God bless you!!!

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  10. Hi Fehl! I just want to ask if PAL or Cebu Pacific accepts male flight attendants who are a below the minimum height requirement (I’m 5’4″). Also, will it help me get through the interview if I know how to speak another language aside from English? Thanks! 🙂

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    • They are very strict with the requirements including height. Cebu Pac usually hire female cabin crew, seldom for male. It’s always a plus if you know many languages

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      • Hi ate Fehl canI ask something kasi gulonggulo na ako.. i want to take nursing in college pero at the same time gusto ko din magingflight attendant. is it possible na matapos ko yung nursing course and then magaapply ako to be a flight attendant? or required talagangmag take ng 4 years course na BS Tourism to a flight attendant?

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  11. Hi Ms.Fehl! 🙂
    Just wondrin’ if it is possible for me to become a Flight Attendant even I have denture? I really wanted to be one Miss. But because of it (denture), I couldn’t help myself not to worry if I can make my dreams come true.

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  12. This blog inspired me a lot. It makes me happy to pursue my dream job. It made my day while reading all those blogs above I smile w/ reat motivation towards myself. I am now excited to go and apply asap! 🙂 Thank you Ms. Fehl for sharing your messages to inspire others.

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  13. Being a Flight Attendant is one of my biggest dream since then, I am so happy that I’ve found this article. I was really inspired and motivated to pursue my dream. Thank you for sharing this fruitful article of yours. May you have many people to inspire, Thank you for making me realize that there’s nothing wrong in trying. 🙂

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      • Hi ms. I’d just like to ask if you have any contact info of the human resource dept. or public relations office of cebu pac? It would really be a big help for our project. Please ms. We really need this. Thankyouuu ??

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  14. I wanna try this one. Hope His willl be done. I was inspired to try. tyou for this maam.
    *Is it required to wear stockings during the hiring process?
    *i have my braces too. 🙁

    Thank you guys.

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  15. I find this blog really helpful. Thanks for posting it Fehl!

    I recently came into conclusion that I would want to be an FA. I have been undergoing, rather ‘undergone’ depression (I’m feeling optimistic after reading this blog) and one of the main factor is because I felt so uncertain about my future. This is it, something that I want to do. I am sure that I want to get to him, the love of my life,who’s miles away from me. I am sure I want to see Hawaii. Definitely experience the world through traveling…

    I have a lot of ‘what if’s’. Yes, I’m tall. Yes, I’m good in communication, both oral and written, may it be in English or Filipino. A big part of me says that I can make it. But by the end of the day, there are still other things that pull me back. I’m 22 and still working through college. I have dark complexion and I just don’t agree with the requirement of having a fair complexion. I think it’s being racist of our own kind. I need to fix my bite teeth. My eyesight is really poor. Basically, I still need to to work a lot on my physical appearance.

    BUT.. striving to be a flight attendant makes me build self-confidence. It makes me smile more everyday. It makes me hopeful. I’ve been having issues with myself but THE dream helps me get out of it. I wanna believe too that I can make it. I will make it. All FA hopefuls, we will make it!

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    • Hey, go for it girl! But go for yourself and do something for yourself not for anyone else 🙂 I admire your positivity and the way you express yourself. I’m sure malayo mararating mo. Cheers!

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      • Hi Ms. Fehl! I have a question. I have this medium to large sized mole on my cheek and small sized moles below and top of the former. I am planning to apply in any airline companies soon. Do you think I should have it removed before applying or let them decide whether I should remove it or not? I am really having a trouble with this one. Hope you can help me. Thanks!

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      • hello ms.fehl. i just like to ask, anong college level po ba ang nasa requirements ng ibang airlines? ok lang po ba kung at least 1styr college lang? i really want to be an FA. pero di ko alam kung pwede ako dahil undergrad po ko. thanks 🙂

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      • Right now full of sadness! Facing up so many challenge in life through ups and downs. Been in diff. Airlines just to be A brand ambassador cabin crew! But always find myself rejected Didnt get the chance to make it to the top always! ? feel pity and discourage. But when i read all of your comments i do believe that someday in Gods perfect time my dream will be granted. Jesus name! ✈️?

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  16. Hi! I always dreamt of being an FA, pero nakulangan ako sa height. I’m only 154.94cm 🙁 So sad. But I’d really really love to be an FA sana. 🙁

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  17. Hi guys. I hope somebody can help me. Planning to do a walk in for cebu pac In cebu. What’s their office address? 🙂

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    • They had a grand recruitment for cabin crew last March 21. The venue was at the Activity Area, 5F Cebu Pacific Building, Domestic Road, Barangay 191, Zone 20, Pasay City

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  18. Hello Fehl!

    I’m Ryan, I just came back from Nagoya to Manila via Cebu Pacific where I met this adorable flight attendant. We talked during the flight as my seat was close to hers at the back of the plane, and we instantly connected really well.

    I don’t know if stewardess’ are allowed to give mobile numbers to passengers so I never asked (heavily regret it now), but being the lovely person that she is, she gave me her full name to add on Facebook (even saying “add mo ako ha” as we said good bye). Unfortunately or rather clumsily I couldn’t find it now.. So here I am, gutted that I might not get a chance to met her again.

    So I just wanna ask if you know other CebPac flight attendants or personnel that might know her or be willing to help?? Cos its just not everyday we meet someone that enchants you with their personality.

    PS. She said she was of Japanese descent, she could speak fluent Japanese, and had a Japanese name (which is why I couldn’t remember).

    Maybe I’m kidding myself, the reality is that probably my chance of meeting her again evaporated the moment I couldn’t find her name.. (

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    • Wow that is a very sweet and romantic gesture. Can you post the same message on Cebu Pacific FB or Twitter page? I’m sure, CEB will grant your wish 🙂

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  19. Hi ms. Fehl! I’m from iloilo and I’ll be in Manila this coming weekend for a concert and I saw cebu pacific post they are hiring cabin crew. And it’s my big time dream to be a part of it. I was only afraid because of my height I’m only 5’2. But the required is 5’3. 🙁 and my skin is only fair not so white. Thank you.

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      • Hello po. Maam fehl. I am 16 yrs old. Magkacollage palang po ako ngyng pasukan Bachelor of science in tourism po ang kukunin kong course. Hnd ko man po ganon kapangarap na maging flight attendant pero ginusto ko naren po kasi mas praktikal na daw po dpt tyo ngayn. Isa pa nagbabasa po ako ng kung ano anong articles about being a flight attendant . Willing po akong maging mas fit. Alm ko din namn po sa sarili ko na may skills ako gaya ng good communication. Good posture at marunong din po sa english . 5’4 po ako. Pero naPapaisip ako kasi may stretch marks napo ako, sabi po kasi sa article “you must have a clear skin” isa pa kulang napo ng isa ang ngipin ko sa likod. yun po ang major concern ko sa lahat ng flaws ko. Magigibg flight attendant pa po ba ako kung ganon ang flaws ko. Hindi nmn po sa pagmamayabang sumali na ren po ako sa pageant kasi i had a good looks sabi po ng teachers and friends ko. Kaya sana 4 yrs from now makakapaghanda pako para maAchieve ko ang gusto kong trabaho . Sana po mabasa nio po. Salamat maam. 🙂

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        • Anyone can apply. only you can know if may chance ka if you’ll show up at the recruitment 🙂 Nobody is perfect. Good luck!

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  20. Ms. Fehl, hiii! Can i ask you a question? What course have you graduated? Im really confused on what course should i get. I want to become a flight attendant, really. But i dont have that much confidence in doing it. Its so sad.

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    • I took BS Accountancy though it wasn’t my first choice. I suggest you follow what your heart and passion tells you coz it’s what you are good at 🙂

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  21. I tried to apply for CEB last 2013 and made it up to final interview. This article had a lot of impact for me and gave lots of encouragement. Now Im going to try again for the second time! God bless me and all oftse who wants to be a cabin crew!! 🙂

    So sad precious is not a FA anymore 🙁 She works at Solaire already.

    With love,
    Trish ♥

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  22. It is my so big problem that I don’t know how to swim. I am afraid to swim. Please suggest me how can learn swimming.

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  23. Hi, I would like to know If local airlines here in our country is strict with medical? I mean, are they extensive as international airlines like Qatar, Saudia and Emirates? I’ve been suffering from frustration and depression, because I applied at QR last october, and luckily was recommended for the position, but, unfortunately, was Unfit to work due to my fibrosis which I believe considered as a scar. I got it from Pneumonia when I was 1 yr old, my past x-rays were cleared, I kept my copy of xray films for future reference, So after knowing my condition, I consult our Pulmonologist about it, He asked me to bring another x ray film for comparisson. The x ray film that I brought was dated October 2013, and the reading was cleared, so he compare it, to my surprise I really do have that Fibrosis since then.

    Well that’s life, Maybe I am not for Middle East, as far as I know, not the company itself is strict with lung conditions but the Middle East coutries itself. So, for now I really want to know, If PR, 2P, 5j, AK and Tiger Air is strict with my condition. Actually my doctor already gave me a Medical Certificate that I am fit to work. This is my dream, that’s why it hurts a lot. </3

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    • Don’t let that stop you from applying. Miracles do happen. Maybe some airlines are not as strict as them and who knows if your scar would be gone when they run the med. test. Miracles happen 🙂

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      • Thanks Ms.Fehl. I really do hope that I can have the chance here in
        our airlines. Thank you so much for the encouragement! Much appreciated. If one day I’ll become an FA I would love to inform you about it.

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          • Hi po ms.fehl…
            Would like to ask po ,if there’s a possibility that i could apply and be hired even if im a single mom,yes most of the qualifications i can say i am fit and qualified, but im just worried about being a single mom and about my educational background in which i am still an undergraduate,just had a 1yr in college yet coz of the three times i shifted my course.. I am planning to apply for their next grand recruitment hr in metro manila next week..My ever dream to be a Flight Attendant …Really this blog of urs helps and inspires us 🙂 …Hope to hear from u po , thank u 🙂 Godbless 🙂

  24. Hi ma’am Fehl:)

    Even though i did not met you personally.. I’m assure that you have a kind heart… thank you for answering their queries and questions.. God bless! 🙂

    To the people who think and question their capabilities and potentials.. STOP THINKING THAT RIGHT NOW!!! YOU ARE INDIVIDUALLY DIFFERENT AND GIFTED WITH KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, POTENTIALS AND WISDOM.. STEP OUT ON YOUR COMFORT ZONE my dear..

    Remember accdg. to chinkee Tan
    + Mindset + +Action= + RESULT

    BEfore. .. I always doubt my self and think kaya q ba yan.? what if Ive failed? What If I did not make it? so many “WHAT IF’s” on my mind. .. peo nilabanan q xa. INisip q lang na kung kya nila.. it means KYA Q DIN.. 🙂 there’s no harm in trying.. walang mawawala sayo.. 😀
    SMILE AND ALWAYS HAVE A POSITIVE OUTLOOK IN LIFE.

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    • Hi Christine. Thank you. I’m pretty sure you are an amazing person. Your messages here are very encouraging and inspiring. God bless you always. 🙂

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  25. Good Afternoon! Thank you for inspiring lots of people. I dreamt to be a Flight Attendant but then i don’t even know how to swim. I passed my PE 4 which is swimming, but then i doubt my swimming skills. I know, I should not accept negative vibes but still there is something that bothers me more. I hope i can learn how to swim when the training comes. I wish I will be a part of the cabin crew in Cebu Pacific. May GOD bless us all. Thank a lot Miss Fehl.

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  26. hi po, I really want to be a Flight Attendant. but because of the height requirements, I lose hope.
    I just want to really clear. Are they really particular of the 5’3″ minimum of height or 5’2″ has the possibility to be in, having the other qualities they require?

    I really hope I will a response very soon.
    Thank you po.

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    • Yes, they are very particular with their requirements. But you can always attend the recruitment. It’s just an inch. Who knows, they didn’t like so many candidates for that batch and they liked you. You should go and prove them you deserve it 🙂

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  27. Hi po. Okay lng po ba mag apply kahit mejo mabalbon ka sa upper and lower extremities mo? Not super mabalbon yung obvious lng tingnan sa malapitan at manipis lng din yung mga body hair. Fair complexion din po ako.

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    • Only you can know once you meet and greet the recruiters face-to-face 🙂 Coz if they liked you, that’s where everything will start

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      • Ms. Fehl, how about if you have moles on your face and one is kind of big and on the center of the cheek? Would you recommend to have it removed before applying to any airline companies?

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  28. Hi ms. Fehl.. Thank you for this blog. Every word in this blog pushes me to be a FA. It has never been a dream of becoming one in my early years but after hearing Precious’ story, i’ve been inspired. I hope im already a FA the next time i comment here. 🙂

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  29. Hi I want to know what does it mean to have “good set of teeth” because I already had my three teeth pulled out but not the front teeth.

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  30. im soooo jealous of miss Precious. she’s very pretty and lucky to have been accepted as a FA.. i also wanted to apply as a flight attendant but i’m only 5’2″.. it’s really m dream job. is there any way that i can be hired?.

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  31. Hi there! i visited Ms. Precious’ account on facebook. It seems she has a different job now? And I have a question, are they offering lifetime job assurance?i mean, even if I’m at age 30 and up, I can still work there?

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  32. Hi! 🙂 I would like to ask if cebu pacific are still hiring for cabin crew? And what should be your proper attire in physical screening? Thank you!

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  33. Thanks po sa blog na ito. It helped me gain my confidence. I wish you could help me. I really wanted to be a flight attendant. I have my advantages na sa tingin ko makakatulong sa pag aapply ko as FA.
    pero ang problema ko is that My weight is not proportion to my height. underweight po ako (100 lbs.) at ang height ko po ay 5’7″ (ayos lang po ba ito?). another thing may grado po ang aking mata 50 sa left at 100 sa right. lastly naka brace po ako pero the good thing is that pwede na sya tanggalin any time dahil maayos na siya.
    Maaari pa kaya akong maging FA? thanks po.

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  34. This is very inspiring:)
    By the way I graduated BS Airline Management at Indiana Aerospace University. I want to become a Flight Attendant, soon, HOPEFULLY 🙂 Only if the company i’m applying would hire me^^.
    Soo proud of that pretty girl. 🙂

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  35. I can do it too. i want to be a flight attendant someday because im still 16 yet. What a inspiring article <3 <3

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  36. Hello Ms. Fehl,

    I am inspired by this very informative blog of yours, and with your interview with Ms. Precious. I am a fresh grad and i am one of those who really dream of being a flight attendant. I just want to share that i have an on-going application in Phil. Airlines.My school had a job-fair and as a Tourism Management student I passed my resume in PAL booth, luckily they contacted me. I attended the impact interview and luckily I had a chance. I am under conditional status (there are 3 results, which are Passed, Conditional or they will just offer you another job position). The panels asked me to change my hair color to black and to lose some weight (even though my weight is proportion to my height). Then after a month I decided to go back and they asked me to lose more weight. And after another a month I went back again and finally I passed. I am still waiting for my schedule with the last screening with the President. Even though I passed the screening with the panels, I still don’t have the assurance of having the job. But, after reading this blog it gives me a positive thinking of Having the job. But, i am also planning to apply to Ceb Pac. Thanks Ms. Fhel, please continue to inspire and push people like me. Thank you and God bless.

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    • I’m planning to apply in Pal but some rumors had caught my attention, Is it really true that its a lot harder to pass their required qualifications as compared to other international airlines?

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  37. Di ba po hanggang 27 years old lang ang isang flight attendant? So ano na po plano ni Ate Precious pag 28 nya? 🙂 Thanks.

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  38. hi- i just wanna ask if they are strict in having tattoos? i have one in mu left chest area in line with my shoulder and one on my back? would that be a hindrance in passing the interview? 🙂 thank you

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  39. Hi Fehl and Precious,

    I love you girls! i’ve been reading this and the hub for weeks now. And i super love it. Allow me to add you on Facebook. Please. I’m super determined to get-in to the flying world this time. I’ve tried twice in CebPac and once in PAL, wasn’t able to get in. But now i’ll re-apply in CebPac for the 3rd time after getting married and having a baby. 🙂 i don’t want to have my mid-life crisis crying over this fab dream. I believe i’d get-in this time, i’ll succeed !

    Got loads of questions though, please allow me to add you on facebook. Hoping for your soonest response!:)

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  40. Hi! I’m taking up Tourism Management and thinking to shift my course cause I’m getting bored being a tourism student, but after I read this blog, it brings back my excitement to be a flight stewardess someday! Thank you for this blog! Already bookmarked it! 😉 How old is Miss Precious now? Thank you! 🙂

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  41. Hi I already read this article twice and I really can’t help myself. Thank you very much for the inspiration. I really wanted to become a flight attendant. I have the height, I can swim, I am beautiful indeed, the only thing is that I am really afraid of failing. Wwooohhhh!! I will promise that I will apply and pursue my dream to become one starting today.

    Thanks for the inspiration and more articles to write. Thanks Fhel!!! Keep kicking!

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  42. Being a Flight Attendant is one of my biggest dream since then, I am so happy that I’ve found this article. I was really inspired and motivated to pursue my dream. Thank you for sharing this fruitful article of yours. May you have many people to inspire, Thank you for making me realize that there’s nothing wrong in trying. I will pass an applicaton to those airlines first here in the Philippines as soon as I graduated. God Bless you!;)

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    • Embrace positivity otherwise you won’t succeed. I’m glad to inspire and encourage other people. You have the guts to be a flight attendant 🙂 I hope to see you someday on board somewhere…some corner of the world 🙂

      Thanks for the kind words! Bless ya!

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  43. ..hi there, this blog is simply AWESOME.. I am really dreaming to be a flight attendant, just by reading this it makes me feel that i want to be a F.A right here! right now! hehe i’m taking up four year course BS Tourism Management and i am going to graduate on april 3. i am 20 yrs old, 5’4 .. i am now looking for flight attendant jobs.. i dont have a perfect set of teeth but im planning to have it brace.. i can speak English but not fluently beacuse sometimes i am nervous, but practice makes perfect! i also have flaws in my skin, which i know that may cause my dream to fail.. but i will do my best to make it possible to be a Flight attendant. i dont know how to swim, but i’m willing to learn. i will take all the chances just to become a F.A.. I believe in my self and thanks to you because you give me additional confidence. . can i apply in cebu pac? nag ha hire po ba sila ngayon?

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  44. hello Ma’am Fehl,, your a kind of person who have a positive attitude,, the way you response their comments, very inspiring. You know Ma’am Fehl, it is my deepest dream to become a Flight Attendant, im a kind of girl who love to travel, one reason their is that , i love watching flight attendant in the aircraft, assisting their passengers,, and because its my dream I used to help my co passenger in their baggage especially those who are carrying babies..it makes me feel , I’m a flight attendant in a very simple way. Looking forward to make my dream come true to become a flight attendant.. Ma’am Fehl can i ask ? When will be the next hiring schedule for flight attendant Ma’am…Thank you… To God Be The Glory

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  45. hello, this is amazing!i was so blessed to find this. you are indeed good in sharing all your ideas and i like how you answered all the question. so nice of you ! 🙂
    i have interview this monday, i just wanna know? talaga po pati armpit tinitgnan ? and
    balbon po ako kasi, kelangan ko po talga ishave legs ko? huhuh does it really matter? even if its not the same like men, it is not curly 🙁 or is it okay? even if i leave it like that? another thing? kelangan po talga maganda ngipin? i have some teeth thats not aligned at the right side infront, but i smile perfectly
    hoping for your reply! please as soon! before monday !!

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  46. DOES THOSE STUDENTS WHO’S STUDYING TOURISM MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC UNIVERSTIES HAD A CHANCE TO WORK IN CEBU PACIFIC AND ALSO OTHER AIRLINES ??

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  47. Hi Ms. Fehl, habang binabasa ko po itong blog na ito hindi ko maiwasan mapangiti, it helps a lot for us na gusto maging Flight Attendant someday. Hindi po biro ang pagiging cabin crew, maraming trainings ang dapat pagdaan. Sana po magkaroon ako ng pagkakataon para maging cabin crew sa 5j 🙂

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  48. hello Ms. Marifel Dungo I am here now in cebu, where i can apply as a flight attendant here? 🙂 should i have to go there in mnila to apply? 🙂

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  49. Good evening! I would like to apply as a flight attendant even though i dont have experience of it yet. Ano po mga website na pwd q aplayan? pleeease poh i badly needed your help 🙂 tnx poh 🙂

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  50. hi po ms.fel .ahm i would like to become an F.A someday but the problem is sometimes i cannot speak too long in english haha…. mhina kac aq sa pg sasalita ng english hehe but i try my best nmn …… ahmp ang tanong ko po is pwede po ba mg taglish ???

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    • Of course pwedi. English is impressive but if you know you are not so fluent – oral/written, don’t mess it up by pretending you can. Just be confident and be real. I do recommend you improve your English proficiency by watching English movies or shows with subtitles so you read them too while hear them speaking. I recommend watching Gossip Girl. Buy season 1-6 with subtitles. It is so worth it 🙂

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  51. IF my course is business administration and graduated .do i have the chance to apply phillippine airline or do i have to take courses that related to it?

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    • You can apply even if you didn’t take flight attendant courses. They give proper flight attendant trainings if you are accepted and hired.

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  52. If I don’t know how to swim is that a problem when you apply as an FA?or they will teach you how to?I know how to swim at least up to 5ft.only I am just afraid maybe to try on 6ft higher..but if ever swimming lesson is part of the traininf for the said 2 mos. that will really help me to pursue my dream to become and FA. Some of my concerns were already answerd from the comments above and for now this is my only concern
    .I hope to hear from you miss Fehl.thanks for the information..such a great help for us..

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  53. such an inspiration.. thanks for the head ups 🙂
    I have dreamt of becoming a cabin crew ..
    i am about to apply to cebu pac too, and i very scared coz just like her I felt that I dont have the qualifications too..
    but I’ll just stay positive..
    “If you can dream it, you can do it”
    “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try”
    thanks miss fehl 🙂

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  54. hello Ms. Fehl! Thank you for giving me more confidence after reading your blog! Its really inspiring for those who wanted to be a flight attendant 🙂 just have concern., where do we/ i pass my/ our resume? for provincial area? coz Im from Bicol. is it really need to get there in MNL and apply for walk-in? What specific area /offices will accommodate us? Thanks and more power!

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    • Attend the grand recruitment of the airline company. They usually schedule a special day for that. On that day, you’re gonna submit your resume and fill up forms for your application details. On that day, they make physical screening already and initial interviews. If you’re from Bicol, try to apply at the airline’s offices/branches. They would contact you if they need you. Good luck and thank you for the kind words 🙂

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  55. Hello. I am really interested of being an FA. I would like to ask if they really require the 5’3 height . I thinks Im just 5 or 5’1. :(((

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  56. Hi Ms. Fehl, how are you? Am doing great anyway. I came across to this blog without even noticing I am completely feeling there are butterflies in my stomach. I love your blog, so are you. I’am enjoying it while reading thru every details. Am 22 FA has been a dream since H.S. am certain that am willing to give it a shot, just dropping by to say please continue inspiring people, cheering them up cause it absolutely helped a lot. More power, God bless each and every one of you guys… *** shine bright like a diamond*** according to Rihanna. ^_^

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    • Hi Chloe! I’m doing great and I’m smiling here now reading your comment. Wow you had tummy butterflies? That’s a good thing. It means the magical inspiration force was with you. Thank you for loving this blog and me. I’m sure you love our favorite Flight Attendant here too – Precious 🙂 She is a great inspiration. 🙂

      I have to say thank you and I want to give you a big hug now for this beautiful message you left here. I can feel in my heart you inspire others as well. You sound like a very positive woman. God bless you too. Cheers and girl power! *singing Riri’s song now too* Shine bright like a diamond…. LOL

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  57. Hi po . magccollege plng po ako and gsto ko po mg fa. Kso c mommy sbe mhirap dw po dhil sobrang raming ngttake ng tourism but konti lng po ang nkkakuha ng job. Suggestion nyo po ? 🙂

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    • Don’t let negative stuff discourage you in making your dreams come true. Yup there are thousands of applicants but there are only few who are deserving and qualified. If you know you are one of those ‘few’ why stop from making it happen. 🙂

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  58. hello po miss Fehl. bago pman po ako mag graduate during my h.s e naisulat ko napo sa yearbook namin na pangarap ko po talagang maging F.A. kaso financial problem po kc e kaya di ako pinayagan kumuha ng tourism o any other courses related to my dream(become a F.A). considering na mother ko nlang po ang narito, at sumusuporta sakin, is there still a chance na mapursueko po dream ko even na education major in english at hindi tourism ang pinakuha sakin po. ? salamat po. godspeed more power!

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  59. Hello po! would like to ask if sa screening mineasure po ba height nyo.. kasi parang 5’2″ lang ako but i look taller in person. thank you po

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  60. Hi Miss Fehl.. It was always been my long time dream to become a Flight Attendant..I wanted to apply but I am here in Cebu. Are there any means to apply? another thing is that, I am a product of Professional Review Network, our review staffs told us that PRN is “somehow” a sister company of Cebu Pacific.

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  61. hi ms. fehl 🙂 your blog and ms. precious have been a great motivator by this time for me. 🙂 well this morning, my mom asked me ‘why don’t you try to pursue your childhood dream?” (being FA) i’ve totally got confused and troubled, coz this past few days i’m so depressed in my after grad. life. 🙁 i’m 21 y/o, graduated in BS Nursing and got my license but then i’m still unemployed. I do volunteering in 1 hospital near at my place but i only got pity on myself. yeah, i admit, I love working and giving my service to people esp. my patients but still i’m a human with a human needs. I can’t make it for long as a volunteer nurse and i want to experience to earn money all by myself. As i have read this blog, i’ve got an option, “to establish a new career” without compromising my passion to help others. But as i googled up those requirements listed on different airlines esp. CEBU PACIFIC, they prefer GOOD EYESIGHT applicants, so my hopes down. 🙁 i’m NEARSIGHTED, my doctor already made eyeglasses but i prefer to don’t used it because i can still see enough those scenery and objects far from me. But even though i still can, for sure my eyes grade will appear in examination. SO, HOW IS IT? DO I HAVE TO STEP BACK OR FORWARD to my DREAM? 🙁

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    • Never let something stop you from making your dreams come true. Life is a battle. Don’t be a loser by calling it quits without even fighting a test. God’s providence works…we must believe it like we believe in ourselves. Step forward. If you trip, stand up and accept it and move on and be happy. At least you wont be wondering and be asking yourself of some “what ifs”

      Smile 🙂 You can do it! Good luck!

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  62. i’m a fresh graduate po and its really a pressure to me to find a job and most specially the dream of becoming a Flight Attendant. Pero once i had read this article its boost my confidence in myself that everyone can achieve what they want as long as there are faith and trust na magagawa nila ang pangarap nila. And if its okay i have a few questions po sana how will you know if your weight is proportion to your height? at kapag po ba sakaling matanggap ka at you did a lot of mistakes pwede ka parin po ba mag apply ulit sa kanila? thank you and more powers :D.

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    • Only you will know if you meet the recruiters and hiring companies. Once they liked you, the rest of your fate will be in your hand. Good luck!

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    • It’s an advantage but I think they assess applicants fairly. It all starts from the physical screening. If you passed it then dare to survive the next tests…

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  63. Hi 🙂 are they very particularvwith your vision? Cause I have astigmatism and doesn’t have 20/20 vision. 🙁

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  64. Hi miss Fehl, this interview is the perfect article that fits on what i am feeling right now..
    I am scheduled for the physical screening of CebPac on Monday.. i’m so nervous right know thinking that i would be rejected right away because i have a visible scar on my right shoulder, and when i take off my blaser, it appears very obvious. I got the scar from my childhood chicken pox. Possible po bang hindi ako makapasa sa screening, because of my scar? 🙁 and also, i don’t know how to swim, because i have this aqua-phobia that i developed when i was in 4th grade, when i almost drown in a swimming pool. hmm, do they include swimming lessons in the training or it is required that u r a good swimmer already? Hope to hear from you soon, miss. Thank you and God bless!

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  65. Hi ate! 😀 I’m only a third yr HS student now and I want to be a flight attendant someday.. It’s my dream.. *.* I think I’m already 5’5 in height at the age of 14.. XD But =( the sad thing is I’m not that so beautiful as you are.. hehe (Many tells me that I’m pretty nman daw if mag-aayos ako. I’m not kikay. Parang morena hm.) And ndi ako masyado maputi but not really dark skin… (Well I’m only a third yr student pa nman ee so may chance pa mgbago XD) Is it really important to have “good looks”? =/ Ahm what if this “not so good” characteristics of mine last till forever haha, (No no no =() Is there any chance for me to become a Flight Attendant? What if I’ll take the course “Nursing” instead of “Tourism”, Am I qualified? Or having Tourism degree is a must? Huhu… I know how to swim nman (upto 5 ft nga lang XD) and I have the brain (choss :P) coz I’m running for salutatorian.. Is there any chance ? =( btw sorry for super duper mega daming questions. 🙂 Hope you answer ate. 🙂 Thanks in advance.. =)

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  66. Very inspiring! I was having a hard time at the moment and a bit hesitant to pursue my dream as a flight attendant, but when i read it, it made me so motivated. Thanks for sharing this! 🙂

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    • Sometimes we need to compromise to get what we really want… Thanks for dropping by. Looking forward to hear from you to other interview pages here 🙂

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  67. I’m still 17 years old but turing 18 this october is there any posibilitly that I could apply and get the position? I’m reslly determined

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    • check out the airline’s age requirement. If you didn’t graduated yet from college, make it your priority because local airlines here prefer college grads

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  68. Hi,since i was a kid I dreamed to be a flight attendant,but unfortunately it didn’t happened bcoz’ of financial problem. Do I have the chance to pusue it even if I’m already 28yrs old now and undergraduate of 4yr course? but regards with the skills in swimming I’m good in it,and customer service as well… Do I have still a chance to become a flight attendant?

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    • Some airlines accept up to 29 or 30. Just check their qualifications. If you have the guts, apply. Only you can know whether you’ll make it if you applied 🙂

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  69. This informative and inspiring blog somehow scares me, but I know life is not about spoon feeding you have to have faith and courage if you really want to get what you want. thanks to this ms.fehl, keep it up, you give hope to dreamers. 🙂

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  70. hi ms Fel.. I wanted to be a flight attendant and this blog encourages me a lot. But i have still my braces with me.. would they consider it?

    thanks and more power

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    • Thank you and I’m so glad you loved this blog. Just apply and impress the recruiter. They would understand if you have braces. What matter is that they liked your personality and confidence. If they advised you to have your braces removed, then do that. Good luck!

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  71. hi Ms.Fehl..i just want ask if being a flight attendant should have a complete teeth?i have good teeth when i smile but the problem is my downside teeth is not complete but only on the side…

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  72. umm Do you know the height requirements? 5 2 lang kasi ako.
    My grandma wants me to be a FA and I think pwede naman akong maging FA.
    But I don’t know how to swim. :((

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  73. Good day Ms.Fehl,the FA(Ms.Precious) was really inspiring,always think positive in life and her dedications that there’s nothing possible if you can dream it you ca achieve it.I am fresh tourism graduate,becoming FA is one of my dream someday,it’s either local or internationally:)

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    • Yeah and I know you are like Precious who always think positive and who knows she can be the best that she can be 🙂 Best of luck to you. Who knows, I’ll be seeing you in one of the international airlines 🙂 Happy to see amazing people here who leave comments and insights 🙂

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  74. Hello, how strict are they when it comes to your dental records? I am a fresh grad but I can’t help but think that my dentals would be a big flaw. 😐

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  75. very inspiring. i am one of the thousands hopefuls to be a flight attendant. this article set my desire (to be an FA) on fire. it’s really encouraging. i am going to be a flight attendant (i claim it!) i’m gonna make it happen 🙂

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    • Hi, Joms 🙂 Thank you for dropping by. I’m glad you found this so encouraging as Precious is a big inspiration to us all 🙂 Being a flight attendant is possible just like any other career, it requires focus and courage to be the best you can be 🙂

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  76. “If you can dream it, you can do it”
    “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try”
    Love the quotes…
    Hala ka Maya Dela Rosa hirap pala ng pagdadaanan mo, hahaha 😛

    PS: Ganda tlga ni Toni G. 🙂

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    • Hi Ms. Fehl i really want to become an FA. I am confident that i have the height, good set of teeth, pretty face and skin complexion my problem is that my hair is too short like pixie hair cut, can i still apply with a very short hair?

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