New Delhi: Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia, which has set up an Indian arm in partnership with the Tata Group, on Wednesday announced plans to hire flight attendants from April 13 through walk-in interviews.
Experienced flight attendants or fresh graduates of any discipline are also eligible, an offer that provides a ray of hope for cabin crew of grounded Kingfisher Airlines. The announcement is particularly enthusing for thousands of unemployed staff of grounded Kingfisher Airlines, who have been jobless since the airline was grounded in October last year and also reluctantly shifted to other industries.
Successful candidates are required to attend a final interview the next day, on April 14, 2013, the AirAsia statement said. Delayed salaries and limited hiring at airline companies over the last year has compelled a large number of cabin crew to hunt for greener pastures.
04/04/13 Economic Times