Selection and training: KLM Cityhopper cabin

Selection procedure

  • Round 1: cv selection
  • Round 2: submit a motivation video
  • Round 3: spoken English aptitude test
  • Round 4: Meet & Greet
  • Round 5: Individual interview with two recruiters

After positive selection will follow safety screenings and medical examination, including blood and urine tests for medications, alcohol and drugs. Want to know more about these tests? Check the FAQ's.


Have you successfully completed the selection process? Congratulations! As soon as there is space, we will invite you to our training course. Here you will learn everything necessary for your work in the cabin.

  • Phase 1: Digital preparation for training (40 hours)
  • Phase 2: Full-time training at Schiphol-North (33 days)
I work as a cabin supervisor at KLM Cityhopper, and I feel fortunate to be able to express myself freely in my role. This allows me to add a personal touch to every flight alongside my colleagues. Apart from my primary flying duties, there are numerous opportunities to utilize my skills in other areas. For example, I am a native speaker, which makes me eligible for the language assessor role at KLC Recruitment. KLC provides a wide range of secondary positions and opportunities for individual growth and development.

Steven, cabin supervisor

Employment conditions

  • Gross salary of €2,841.81 per month
  • Daily allowance if you are on location
  • Profit sharing and 13th month
  • Travel allowance
  • Discounts at hotels and car rental companies, among others

We'd love to hear from you!

Available vacancies can be found below - so take a quick look and apply! Would you rather know more first? Have a look through our frequently asked questions or send our recruiters an email:

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