Any tips for aspirants? Is this profession in good demand?

Coleen Zaffar Hai - Executive Assitant Director (Retired) - Inflight Services shares her experiences.

You have to judge yourself very critically to find why if you are good enough to make the grade. Education is a must. You should be prepared to work all kinds of hours and sacrifice your family life to a great extent. Sometimes you don't even get to eat on a flight. So it's a tough life. Your life is not your own.

Gulf Airways, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and other foreign airlines are now taking in a lot of Indian girls on board. That's because they want to capture the Indian market. So there is a lot of scope here.