Passengers’ satisfaction is generally based on their own experience. So some of the low levels of passenger satisfaction are indeed a result of unfair treatment, but most are a result of a lack of understanding of normal industry norms and a lack of understanding of life experience to make a judgement in their favour.
The entire flight service process actually starts from the purchase of the ticket, to the ground service at the airport, and then to the air service; any problem in any part of the process will lead to passenger dissatisfaction with the airline.
Airline service etiquette not only represents corporate service, but also the quality culture of a country, and nowadays, it is increasingly demanding and is receiving more and more attention from airlines. Airline service etiquette refers to the code of conduct that airline staff need to follow when serving passengers during the flight. This professionalism is a must for airline staff and runs through all aspects of airline staff serving passengers in the passenger cabin.
Airline service etiquette strives to bring passengers comfortable and considerate services, reflecting the respect of airline staff to passengers. Combining aviation service etiquette with the service work of various flight tasks will not only better serve passengers and alleviate their discomfort and fear during the flight, but also enhance the quality of the flight attendants themselves and help promote the personalisation and quality of flight services, thus improving the service quality of the cabin, the service grade of the airline in the hearts of passengers and the satisfaction of passengers with the airline’s services. This will help the airline to win a good reputation in the society, which in turn will attract a large number of customer resources and improve its economic benefits.
A warm and attentive service like Aviation Consultation Services Malaysia will give passengers the feeling of being at home and the overall quality of the team’s duties. For the enterprise, it is the core strength in the way forward. Only if the staff have the stamina and patience to go beyond the ordinary, the service attitude will be perfect. At the same time, this is an invisible promotion for the airline, in exchange for a good social reputation and attracting a large number of customer resources. A share of input and a share of harvest is the true meaning suitable for all walks of life. Improving the internal and external quality of employees requires the investment of human and financial resources of airline enterprises, in exchange for the excellent working ability of airline staff and bringing greater economic benefits to the airline.