Tue, 7 June 2016

Hong Kong Airlines to Recruit Staff at Hong Kong International Airport Career Expo 2016

Hong Kong Airlines is to participate in the Hong Kong International Airport Career Expo 2016 on 10-12 June 2016.

The expo will offer up to 1,000 job openings for local talents who aspire to join the airline.

Positions available include frontline, cabin crew, engineering, maintenance and others.

Hong Kong Aviation Ground Service Limited (HAGSL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Airlines, will also recruit ground service staff at the expo. Successful applicants will not only be providing ground service to Hong Kong Airlines, but also be given opportunity to be involved in ground handling service for other airline companies.

Details of the companys job vacancies are available on the Hong Kong Airlines website. Jobseekers can submit their completed application forms via email or at the expo. Applicants for cabin crew or ground service positions can join the on-site interview.

Representatives from different departments of the company and HAGSL will be available at the Hong Kong Airlines booth to answer enquiries from interested applicants.

Hong Kong Airlines booth, featuring two cartoon characters Flying Maid and Ground Staff Ching Ching, has been jointly designed by a cabin crew and a ground service staff of the airline and HAGSL respectively. The booth also highlights an innovative Visual Reality zone where visitors can experience the airlines Business Class service using VR devices.

The Hong Kong International Airport Career Expo 2016 will take place in Hall 3E of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wanchai.

Hong Kong Airlines currently has a fleet of 30 aircraft and over 3,000 employees.

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