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Cabin Attendant

NCS is looking for qualified Cabin Crew to join our client, DAT. As a Cabin Attendant at DAT you will embark on a dynamic journey! Experience the thrill of diverse destinations like Greenland, Canada, Beijing, Bhutan, and Africa. We value individuals who are eager to provide outstanding service and can effortlessly interact with various types of customers. Embrace the variety of working any day of the year, at any time. At DAT, you’ll find your role as a Cabin Attendant challenging, evolving, and rewarding, with high industry-standard training and demands.


  • Minimum high school education degree 
  • Initial Safety Training Attestation or Initial Training Certificate 
  • Medically fit to meet aircrew requirements 
  • Fluent in English (Level B1, B2) 
  • High spirits, lots of energy and not least persevenrace 
  • Flexible 
  • Show initiative and be extrovert 
  • Loyal and honest 
  • Comprehensive and sense of occasion 
  • Master the ability to work splendidly in teams as well as individually 
  • Good with figures 
  • Experience in the service industry – guide, nurse, waitress, hairdresser etc. preferred but not mandatory 

Law requirements 

  • Good physical and mental condition 
  • Height minimum 165-190 cm – normal weight in relations to height 
  • Fair sight 
  • Swim minimum 200 meters (with clothes on) 
  • Criminal record without any unacceptable remarks 

DAT offers you

Schedule in DAT 

Flexibility is one of our core values. We fly all over the world and are not limited to fixed routes. 

Since the tasks are very varied, we do not have a fixed schedule. For DAT, we have a schedule that will be sent out every two weeks, valid for the four weeks of work. 

We demand the flexibility of our employees, and the flexibility goes both ways, of course. We always do our best to get you free on your desired days off. In fact, approx. 95% of all reasonable off-requests given. 


The salary is divided into a fixed basic salary with some supplements: 

  • Basic salary (divided into fixed salary levels) 
  • Extra pay for each day spent on mission (per diem) 

ID travel 

After six months of service in DAT you have access to stand-by tickets from a wide variety of worldwide airlines for yourself and family members.

Note: Applicable to cabin crew with attestation. 

The course lasts 3-4 weeks and most of the course would take place from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 17:00, however this may be expected to vary. Part of the training is practical training in airplanes, which is why course depends on when aircraft are available. 

Please be aware that all course material is in English. 

About DAT

DAT is a Danish airline founded in 1989 by Kirsten and Jesper Rungholm. DAT, formerly known as Danish Air Transport, started as a freight carrier operating with a single twin-engine plane that flew with everything from mail and packages to racehorses.

DAT’s corporate headquarters is located at Vamdrup Airport, Denmark. There are several operational and administrative offices found throughout Europe. These include the main customer service center located in Ronne, Bornholm, Denmark, while maintenance facilities in Copenhagen and Billund, Denmark and Kaunas, Lithuania. The operational headquarters with several back office functions is located in Kaunas, Lithuania.

DAT transports close to one million passengers every year in a fleet of ATR and Airbus aircraft.

As a true Europe carrier DAT is operating regional routes in Denmark, Norway, Italy and Germany.

Besides the scheduled routes, DAT is also offering ad hoc charter services and is operating ACMI contracts.