Andra Mogosneanu

  • Iasi Romania
Andra Mogosneanu

Flight Attendant


My flight attendant career started in 2008 and currently I am still an employee of Carpatair - a Romanian regional carrier. My type qualifications are on narrow body aircraft: Saab 2000, Fokker 100/70.
From the first contact with the aviation excitement and challenges, I used all personal resources and dedication to learn from the professionals enrolled in this branch .

In the year 2011 I had the wonderful opportunity to become a Senior Cabin Crew on Saab 2000, followed in 2012 by the Fokker 100/70 SCC qualification. At that point all of the steps that I was taking had a clear continuity in my professional formation. It meant a new job position and perspective that I was aiming at and working for a long time.

Hoping I have awakened your interest regarding the relevance of my professional skills for a flight attendant position within your Company, please feel free to contact me at any time, at your any convenience.
Yours sincerely,

Andra Mogosneanu

Work History

Work History
Feb 2008 - Present

Cabin Crew

S.C.Carpatair S.A., Timisoara, Romania 
  • As Senior Cabin Attendant:
  • coordinating crews in both safety and service procedures¬†during the flights;
  • taking care of the Company's guests safe and comfortable journey;
  • reporting to the flight crew in normal, abnormal and emergency situations.


2011 - Present

Senior Cabin Crew

Carpatair Flight School, Timisoara, Romania
Aug 2008 - Oct 2008

Cabin Crew

Romanian Civil Aviation Academy, Bucharest, Romania
2004 - 2006

Philosophy and Logic Professor, Masters degree

UAIC- Philosophy Faculty, Iasi, Romania
2000 - 2004

Philosophy and Logic , Bachelors degree

UAIC- Philosophy Faculty , Iasi, Romania



Languages spoken 

English- advanced level

French- advanced level

Italian- medium level

Organisational skills and competences

Providing Quality Service and Atmosphere as Cabin Crew to the Company's Customers
Enabling Cooperation within the Flight Crews

Providing Feed-backs and Reports to fellow crew members and to the Cabin Crew Manager

Social skills and competences

Productive and Concise in Communication

Providing Active Listening and Acknowledgement

Responsible in any assigned Task

Preference to work in Groups

Individual work is an Advantage to the Group's Results