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Fri, 12 May 2017

Thai Airways Recruiting Cabin Crew

Thai Airways is currently recruiting cabin crew.

The new flight attendants will be hired on a three-year contract, which may be renewed one time, whereby the renewed contract will be valid until 30 September 2023.

 According to Thai Airways, applicants must meet the following qualifications:

Female Thai Flight Attendants

- Thai national, single (never legally married) with no children.
- Less than 24 years of age (date of birth commencing from 1 January 1993).
- Minimum height of 160 centimeters, with weight in proportion to height based on company standards.
- Capable of swimming no less than 50 meters continually and can swim freestyle.

Thai Cabin Crew in front of a Thai Airways Airbus A350

Male Thai Flight Attendants

- Thai national, single (never legally married) with no children..
- Less than 24 years of age (date of birth commencing from 1 January 1992)
- Fulfilled Thai military draft requirement.
- Minimum height of 165 centimeters. with weight in proportion to height based on company standards.
- Capable of swimming no less than 100 meters continually and can swim freestyle.

Other Qualifications

- Holds at least a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (unlimited degree concentrations).

- Foreign graduation must be certificated by the Bureau of Higher Education Standards and Quality.

- Pass any of the standardized English language exams with test dates from 2 May 2015 to 2 June 2017 as follows:

• Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) score of more than 600 or

• Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

- Paper-based test score of more than 500 or

- Computer-based test score of more than 173 or

- Internet-based test score of more than 61 or

• International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS) score of more than 5.5 or

• Thai Airways Test of English Proficiency (THAI-TEP) score of more than 59. THAI-TEP is Thai Airways’ English language exam that is used to measure a job applicant’s English language skills.

- Applicants must be able to converse verbally and understand English well. Other foreign language skills, such as Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Italian, and Russian, will be given consideration.

- Information Technology skills and knowledge are required.

- Good health and good eyesight (no eyeglasses are worn).

- Good personality and interpersonal skills appropriate to being a Thai Airways Cabin Attendant according to International Standards criteria.

- Has good Thai manners.

- Able to take good responsibility, has good ethics and honesty.

Flight Lieutenant Kanok Thongpurk, Thai Airways’ Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Compliance, said that the airline "is currently in the second phase of its Transformation Plan and is expanding to build strength in order to continue to grow as a leading airline with competitive strength. As THAI is expanding its route network, the company is recruiting new flight attendants to provide service on Thai Airways’ flights."

 The application and recruitment process will continue until 26 May 2017 on the airline’s website.

Note: TravelNewsAsia.com has not edited the required qualifications in any way.

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