USA Based - Cabin Host/ Hostess - Home Based

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Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Work Base
Cabin Host

Job Profile

**Please note - you must have the right to live and work in the USA**

Cabin Host/Hostess position is accountable for the entire cabin experience, including cabin service, aircraft stocking, and cabin appearance- including a full cabin clean after each passenger flight and aircraft turnarounds. This role is home-based; therefore, you must live less than an hour away from an international airport. 


While you will work alone on a flight, as a member of the global Cabin Team, you will have 24/7 support from our exceptional Management and operations teams. The ideal candidate has exceptional organizational skills and can pre-empt the needs of passengers, including those that will be onboard for the next flight. We pride ourselves on offering an immaculate cabin and a discreet service.


We understand that each flight is unique, so we take care of every detail to ensure our clients enjoy a tailored experience and unparalleled service. Our Cabin Host/Hostesses create a home away from home for the world's most discerning travelers. Our cabins are equipped for all needs. Fine bed linen, cashmere blankets, Christofle silverware and porcelain, a curated library by Heywood Hill, and onboard entertainment equipment ensure a home away from home entertainment.


Jet Edge (Columbus, OH) is an affiliated operating partner of Vista in the US - the largest charter group in private aviation and the world’s first private aviation ecosystem, integrating a unique portfolio of companies offering asset-light solutions to cover all key aspects of business aviation.   


Vista is expanding its global presence in the USA, after the recent acquisition of Jet Edge and we are looking to add best-in-class individuals to our exceptional team. Each Vista flight has a Cabin Host on board, and they are responsible for making every traveler’s comfort and needs their highest priority. You’ll be flying on our fantastic Challenger 350/300 Fleet, extending to our Gulfstream and Global 6000s once you gain experience. 



15-day rotation (followed by 13 days off). Rotation rosters are not fixed, making your next destination a surprise. The day before your rotation starts, you will be informed of your tail assignment. From there you will proceed from your home base to your assigned aircraft and meet your fellow flight crew. Our in-house travel team will take care of all your hotel bookings and any necessary airline flights during your rotation.


Industry-Leading Training:

Our extensive training program incorporates training by the British Butler Institute, Norland College, Wine & Spirit Education Trust, and MedAire. You will learn essential skills in service excellence, professional communication, firefighting, food safety, and hygiene, pet first-aid, WSET Level 1, and advanced plating.



    • Confirm safety equipment is on-board, and the ability to use and assist/direct passengers in case of an emergency.
    • Make sure the plane is stocked and ready for all flights; fulfill catering and special requests.
    • Provide exceptional service in-flight (beverage, meal, and special needs)
    • Know how to operate all equipment in the cabin of the airplane (entertainment, galley, emergency)
    • Complete all post-flight responsibilities (cleaning, removing perishable items, restocking etc.)
    • Complete assigned administrative duties in a timely fashion (expense reporting etc.)
    • Ensure aircraft standards are consistently met and maintained with excellence and that the cabin is in immaculate condition.
    • All other duties as assigned.



  • Experience working with VIP clientele offering them service, assistance, or in a supporting role. Examples include, but are not limited to:
    • Private aircraft cabin crew
    • Commercial airline cabin crew working in First or Business Class cabins.
    • Five-star hotels
    • Private residence or private office of a high net-worth individual
    • Personal assistant to a high-net-worth individual
    • Yacht crew
    • Fine Dining & Hospitality experience is a plus. 
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • A valid Driver’s License and a valid US Passport (or proof to work in the United States)  
  • Ability to work weekends, holidays (depending on rotation schedule) and be flexible to schedule changes.
  • Reliable transportation to prep for flights and get to and from work
  • Fluent English language skills – written and spoken. Additional language skills are beneficial but not essential
  • Passionate about delivering exceptional service that takes care of every detail and making every passenger’s experience unique
  • High standards of professionalism



  • Medical, Dental, and Vision plans 
  • 401(k) program with company matching and 100% vested immediately.
  • Life Insurance and Long/Short term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Vacation Days - Option to accrue 10 days of vacation per year OR you can receive a $10,000/year in lieu of vacation (prorated based on the date of hire)
  • Career progression



The affiliated operating partners of Vista are equal employment opportunity employers. The affiliated operating partners of Vista do not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law. The affiliated operating partners of Vista also prohibit harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories.


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