Civil Aviation Cabin Services

Program Objective

As the Civil Aviation Cabin Services program, our aim is to train individuals who can meet the demands of the rapidly growing aviation industry, both in the world and in our country, by becoming competent and qualified cabin crew members.

Program Goals

The Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program aims to educate personnel who are well-acquainted with the aviation sector, understand its relationship with other industries, and are capable of fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of cabin crew members. Our program aims to equip students with knowledge on critical aviation aspects such as safety procedures, emergency rules, crew resource management, and first aid, while fostering a strong sense of security awareness and service orientation.

Who Can Apply?

Becoming a cabin crew member offers the opportunity to travel and work not only in Turkey but also around the world, with the chance to improve your standard of living through a competitive salary. To achieve these working conditions, you must possess physiological capabilities that do not pose a barrier to flight. Therefore, specific conditions set by the aviation sector for the cabin crew profession are required for admission to our program. Before choosing our program, applicants should carefully review the relevant section (see Section 49) of the admission guide.

According to Table 3 and Table 4 in the Higher Education Institutions Examination (YKS) Guide, which includes the Conditions and Explanations of Higher Education Programs (Part 2), the following requirements must be met for students admitted to the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Associate’s Program:

Must not have any criminal record or archive record.

  1. For females, height should be between 160 cm and 180 cm (weight should not exceed 5 kilograms or be 15 kilograms less than the value obtained by expressing height in centimeters).
  2. For males, height should be between 170 cm and 190 cm (weight should not exceed 5 kilograms or be 15 kilograms less than the value obtained by expressing height in centimeters). T
  3. hey must be medically fit for flights (they need to obtain a health report from healthcare institutions authorized by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to confirm their fitness for flying. For authorized healthcare institutions, click here.)
  4. They should not have visible tattoos, scars, etc., on parts of their body that would be exposed when wearing the cabin crew uniform.

Career Opportunities

Our students, who are educated with an awareness of sectoral standards in aviation, have the opportunity to work not only as cabin crew members but also in various fields of the civil aviation sector such as ground services, operations, and air cargo. Additionally, they can choose to continue their education by taking the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS) and enroll in various undergraduate programs if successful.

Undergraduate Programs Accessible via DGS

Graduates of the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program can transfer to the following undergraduate programs through the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS):

  • Aviation Management
  • Civil Air Transportation Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • International Logistics
  • Tourism and Hotel Management
  • Travel Management
  • Travel Management and Tourism Guidance
  • Tourism Management

Clubs: As an active branch of the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Program, the Aviation Club has been established. Through the Aviation Club, our students not only participate in aviation-related events but also organize social, cultural, and sports activities to enhance their personal development and interactions.