Flynas Aims to Recruit 500 Male and Female Saudi Nationals

Published September 17th, 2018 - 05:40 GMT
Flynas stated that the “Future Pilots” programme aims to recruit 200 male and female pilots over the next five years, while the “Flight Attendants” programme aims to attract 300 Saudi male and female flight attendants within two years. (Shutterstock)
Flynas stated that the “Future Pilots” programme aims to recruit 200 male and female pilots over the next five years, while the “Flight Attendants” programme aims to attract 300 Saudi male and female flight attendants within two years. (Shutterstock)

Saudi low-cost carrier flynas has announced that it will open employment applications to young Saudi men and women for the “Future Pilots” and “Flight Attendants” programmes.

Flynas stated that the “Future Pilots” programme aims to recruit 200 male and female pilots over the next five years, while the “Flight Attendants” programme aims to attract 300 Saudi male and female flight attendants within two years.

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The applicant should be of Saudi nationality, fluent in verbal English, hold a minimum of a high-school certificate, and must match the international aviation standards in relation to his/her weight and height, the airline said.

Flynas is keen on empowering Saudi women to play their important role in the kingdom's transformation. Women are distinguished in many areas at flynas and are an essential part of its success, it said.


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