- if you are a lady, your ideal BMI would be anywhere between 19 and 21
- if you are a gentleman, your ideal BMI would be anywhere between 22 and 25
If you aren’t within these limits and want to understand what does your result mean, here are the World Health Organisation values:
- If your BMI is less than 18.4, you are underweight for your height.
- If your BMI is between 18.5 – 24.9, you are at an ideal weight for your height.
- If your BMI is between 25 – 29.9, you are overweight for your height.
- If your BMI is between 30 – 39.9, you are obese.
It is good to understand that being at your ideal weight is very important for your health rather than beauty reasons.
During the interview, the recruiters will not make any calculations 🙂 and will only assess your height/weight proportion by looking at you. An off-ratio proportion will be visible to the naked eye and recruiters can easily assess whether you are overweight or would take phentermine.
If you need to loose or gain a couple of pounds to make sure you make the cut, start early before your interview to have enough time to reach your ideal weight target. It is hard work, but a small price to pay for a job that will open the window to the world and will offer so many perspectives for a wonderful future.
Stay fit and healthy in order to pass your cabin crew interview and have an enjoyable experience once you’ve earned your wings.