Fire Fighting & Sea Survival Drill FMI Air Cockpit Crew & Cabin Crew – Fire Fighting & Sea Survival Drill Training Conducted by MATS February 15, 2018.
Crew Resource Management – Joint trainings for Cockpit Cew & Cabin Crew from Asian Wings (2 batches) were successfully completed on 28 & 29 September. These trainings are conducted by our MATS instructor, also IATA certified CRMI, who can make the training effective & motivating for all the participants. Once again we’d like to thank
An achievement reflects the potential and hard work. Every winner deserves words of praises. Pursuing their cabin crew dreams has finally reached to the great success. So let us congratulate to our MATS students for being selected as Cabin Crew in different Airlines and make this memorable album filled with their smiles and hearty comments.
Big Congrats to our MATS ex-colleague for being recruited in Qatar Airways which is the world’s best airlines of the year. She has prepared for the best to pursue her dream in MATS and she was also a student from English for Cabin Crew (Batch-15). She finally accomplished her goal and has been flying for
Big Congrats to our MATS student “Htoo Tin Zar Aung” (ECC Batch-15) for winning the title of Nok Air: Sky Angel Myanmar (Season-2). She has worked hard to pass all the missions in this contest and the Success has finally paid off. She is now preparing to spread her wings to fly and we wish
If you are interested in Cabin Crew job or your childhood dream is to become a Cabin Crew, I’m sure you have plenty of questions to ask what the requirements are or whether you match the necessary standards for this Cabin Crew job. Each airline in the industry will have their own standards, requirements, and
Once again let us congratulate to all those MATS students who are currently working as cabin crew. I am very happy to see your positive responses about how glamorous of this cabin crew lifestyle, benefits getting from this job and how this job makes you become a better one every day. At the same time
MATS is the first in the country to offer the course, English for Cabin Crew (ECC). MATS has since successfully helped more nearly 300 students to learn specific English for the job and to gain confidence in using the English as the working language. “I must say that this is a very useful language
There is one language that is essential if you want a career as a Cabin Crew. Most of the airlines recruitment teams are very concerned with your ability to speak English – being able to pass an English exam is not enough. You need to be able to communicate in English effectively and be prepared