Deciding to leave a cabin crew job is not one of the easiest decisions to make. Moving-on is very important if we want progression in our careers or simply wish to leave an organization because of personal reasons. You may or may not have a good working relationship with your boss, deciding to leave can still be quite sad. The years that one has spent with a particular employer and working with people often give us reasons to stay. But if your reason to leave is stronger, you will have no choice but to provide your employer with a written notice of your intent to leave.
Cabin Crew Resignation letters are simple to write – all you have to do is provide a reason for intent to leave and say some nice things about the time you have spent in an organization. Still not sure what to write in a resignation letter? Have a look at the following resignation letter (from the position of a cabin crew) sample:
73 West Road
Atlantic City, NJ 98521
May 9, 2017
Ms. Elizabeth Campbell
Senior Manager (HR)
Pan American Airline
City, State ZIP
Re: Resignation from Cabin Crew Position
Dear Ms. Campbell:
I am writing to officially tender my resignation from the position of cabin crew effective Monday 22 May 2017.
I never thought I would ever depart such a great airline as Pan American Airline, but when the better opportunity in another company arose to, I simply had to take advantage of it to further develop my career plans.
I cannot say enough magnificent things about Pan American Airline as well as the flight attendants and cabin crew I worked with during my 3 years of service with the company. My experience with Pan American Airline has taken me to all new levels. I appreciate all personal and professional advices I received from my seniors over the years.
I will be available at my office till 22 May. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you again for your support and guidance.
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