Turkish Airlines Review: Cabin Crew To Loose Weight

Here is the latest Turkish airlines review. The Turkish Airlines is very concerned about the appearance of their flight attendants. According to the Turkish Airline review, some of the airline attendants, both men and woman were given three months to lose weight! If they fail, they will be reassigned to ground positions. This three months is unpaid for the flight attendants as well.

Turkish Airlines Cabin Crew To Loose Weight

Turkish Airlines Review On Weight Loss

Turkish Airlines Flight Attendant | (c) Photo By PASSPORT Blog

The flights attendants who were given this three months have been told prior to tone up. Many of you might think that this is unfair but Turkish Airlines – one of the best international airlines to fly, does have a point behind this action. Turkish airlines review just wants flight attendants to look their best for the passengers.

“Weight and height are important factors at all airlines”, a statement from the airline said. “These criteria are important both in terms of appearance and the ability to move about”. This does make sense and I personally have yet to see flight attendants who are overweight. Perhaps airlines such as Turkish Airlines are making sure it doesn’t come to that.

There are other Airlines that has a similar approach. One such airline is the United Arab Emirates. They want their flight attendants to be healthy and look their best. In a way it is understandable as they are representing the airline and in some cases a country. What do you think about the Turkish Airlines Review?

4 Responses to “Turkish Airlines Review: Cabin Crew To Loose Weight”

  1. Shamis says:

    Actually I’ve heard from some flight attendant friends of mine about the height and personality requirement to become a flight attendant. Maybe it applies for international carriers than national carriers because they represent a country at the same time.

    Thanks for your comment Rod!
    Shamis recently posted..10 Reasons You Know It Is Time To TravelMy Profile

  2. Rod says:

    I strongly disagree with this airline’s policy. I really don’t know what their employment contract states but I doubt there is a clause stating how thin/tall you need to be in order to be a flight attendant.

  3. federal grants says:

    My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

  4. physical therapist says:

    This is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I enjoy seeing websites that understand the value of providing a prime resource for free. I truly loved reading your post. Thanks!