Do you have to have 20/20 vision to be a flight attendant?
Also, does eyesight matter in cabin crew?
Vision – Acceptable vision for a flight attendant job, is 20/40 with glasses or contact lenses. You do not need to have 20/20 vision to qualify for the position. To apply for the job you can either go for walk in interview or apply online. Airlines come up with their vacancies frequently.
Likewise, do you have to have 20/20 vision to be a pilot? The short answer is yes. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires pilots to take a comprehensive vision test by an Aviation Medical Examiner. In order to get a First-Class FAA Medical Certificate needed to fly a commercial passenger airline, you must have at least: 20/20 distant vision in each eye.
Accordingly, can I become air hostess with weak eyesight?
To become an air hostess or any other member of the cabin crew, you need 6/6 eyesight and it is equally acceptable if your eyesight is correctable through contact lenses. So good news for you, you can become an airhostess even if you wear contact lenses.
How much do you have to weigh to be a flight attendant?
A 40- year-old attendant may weigh up to 145 pounds, and an attendant over 65 may weigh up to 158 pounds.