Flight Attendant Salary in Botswana

Flight Attendant Salary in Botswana

Who is a Flight Attendant ?

A flight attendant, also known as steward/stewardess or air host/air hostess, is a member of the aircrew aboard commercial flights, many business jets and some government aircraft. Collectively called cabin crew, flight attendants are primarily responsible for passenger safety and comfort. 

Flight Attendant Salary in Botswana

A person working as a Flight Attendant in Botswana typically earns around 7,810 BWP per month. Salaries range from 4,060 BWP (lowest) to 11,900 BWP (highest).

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a Flight Attendant in Botswana?

Complete the necessary flying training programme with a CAAB-approved training organisation. Accumulate sufficient flying experience. Pass a medical examination. Pass the CAAB Flight Crew Theoretical and Practical Examinations.

Which airline pays highest salary to Flight Attendant?

Top companies for Flight Attendants in United States

  • Delta. 4.2 $54.17per hour. 4,469 reviews9 salaries reported.
  • Corporate Air LLC. 2.3 $37.07per hour. 9 reviews6 salaries reported.
  • Delta. 3.9 $36.82per hour.
  • Southwest Airlines. 4.3 $34.53per hour.
  • Alaska Airlines. 3.8 $32.09per hour.
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How much is a Flight Attendant paid in a month?

While ZipRecruiter is seeing monthly salaries as high as $15,083 and as low as $1,333, the majority of Flight Attendant salaries currently range between $3,208 (25th percentile) to $7,833 (75th percentile) across the United States.

Do flight attendants make a lot of money?

Average Flight Attendant Pay vs.

Flight Attendants earned an average salary of $62,280 in 2021.

Where can I study to be a flight attendant in Botswana?

Active Aviation Training delivers training to cabin crew and flight attendants working with airlines in Botswana. Our cabin crew training is adapted to suit the needs of each airline operator and the requirements for their corresponding Authority.

Do you need a 4 year degree to be a flight attendant?

A high school diploma is typically required to become a flight attendant. Some airlines may prefer to hire applicants who have taken some college courses or who have a college degree. Those working on international flights may need fluency in a foreign language.

How many hours do flight attendants work?

Typically, flight attendants work 12 to 14 days and log 65 to 85 flight hours on average each month, not including overtime. Flight attendants are only paid once the boarding doors are closed. There are two types of flight attendant schedules, reserve schedules, and fine holder schedules.

How long is flight attendant training?

The flight attendant training course takes 10 weeks to complete. Most students have already begun interviewing with airlines by the time they graduate and some even have job offers. Each persons experience will be different so keep that in mind.

Do flight attendants get paid when not flying?

Flight attendants are only paid for their flight time. This means they are not compensated when they are walking through the airport to get to a gate or waiting for the aircraft to arrive. Their time clock does not start until the cabin door is closed.

Does flight attendant have math?

The only math you will need as a flight attendant are basic calculations to calculate local times in different zones, time differences, local prices in different currencies. If the airline offers inflight shopping, you would be responsible to collect payments and to hand them over after the flight.

Do flight attendants get paid weekly or monthly?

Flight Attendants get paid monthly. Usually you will make around $1,600 a month.

What is the age limit for flight attendants?

At 21 years old, you can apply to be a flight attendant with any airline. Minimum age requirements typically apply at the time of training completion, so candidates who will reach an airline’s minimum age during training can apply for flight attendant roles. There is no upper age limit for flight attendants.