Hong Kong Airlines’ walk-in cabin crew
recruitment day on Saturday attracted hundreds of applicants queuing up
from as early as around 7:00am to register for on-site interviews.
Hong Kong Airlines is looking to recruit about 300 cabin crew this
year to cater for its network and fleet expansion needs.
Candidates who meet the recruitment
requirements and pass the arm-reach test (208-cm) are invited
for a group interview followed with a written assessment and the
Successful applicants will undergo an 8-week
all-round training programme, which includes training in faculties
of safety and emergency, cabin services, hospitality, team
building, Wing Chun skills and passenger handling skills.
Mr. Stanley Kan, Service Delivery Director of
Hong Kong Airlines said, “Our fleet will further expand with
delivery of four new aircraft by this year. The company is
planning to launch 2-3 Asia routes by year-end and our very first
passenger flight service to Australia in January 2016, resulting
in an increasing demand in crew members, and we hope to recruit
about 300 cabin crew by the end of 2015.”
Hong Kong Airlines’ scheduled passenger service
currently covers nearly 30 popular business and leisure
destinations in the Asia-Pacific region.
The airline currently has a fleet
of 25 aircraft and employees nearly 3,000 people.
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