Friday, March 30, 2012

Air Asia Cabin Crew Interview Process & stages ( Updated Version )

Below are the recent interview process & stages of Air Asia shared by one of my reader.
Air Asia Interview and Stages (28/03/2012) @Air Asia Academy
The interview starts at 9am and I arrived there around 8am. Is already crowded and everyone was waiting for the document checking.

1.      There were crews checking on your Original SPM cert and your IC. 

2.      After that will be the weight and height checks. You have to be min 157cm for females and 170cm for males. 

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Air Asia Cabin Crew - Walk in Interview

  • Male/Female
  • Age: between 20 and 35 years old
  • Height: minimum 157cm, maximum 170cm barefoot (for Female)
  • Height: minimum 170cm, maximum 180cm barefoot (for Male)
  • SPM with CREDIT in English and Bahasa Malaysia or equivalent
  • Dress Code: Smart casual (ladies knee-length skirt only)
  • Outgoing fun personality
  • Inexhaustible smile
  • Boundless energy
  • Genuine interest to serve people
  • Fluent Spoken English and Bahasa Malaysia
  • Good communicational skills
  • Experienced crew is encouraged to apply

Friday, March 16, 2012

Fly Scoot cabin crew interview process and stages

Below are the interview process & stages of Fly Scoot shared by one of my reader.

1. Once you are arrive at the venue, you are required to register yourself and you will be given a number and your personal file. At this stage they will also measure you height.

2. In a group of 10, each will be asked to pick an envelope, inside it will contain one word (Eg, Medicine, Rock & Roll, childhood, Iphone, Shanghai etc), then you will be given 2mins to prepare for the 2mins presentation based on the word that you get. (I think this round they want to see your confidence and how you present yourself). Those who pass will proceed to the group discussion.

3. In this group discussion, you will be divided into groups of 6 or 8. A board game will be given and you and your team mate will have to figure out how to play it. (The staff will be seating with you and observe every one), those who are successful will proceed to the next stage.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Emirates airline to hire more than 4,500 staff starting April

Dubai-based Emirates airline will be hiring more than 4,500 personnel to fill a wide range of vacancies across all continents in the next fiscal year, starting from April 1, 2012.

Alison Ward, Vice-President of Recruitment at Emirates, told Emirates 24l7 that the Arab world’s largest carrier will add 450 pilots and around 4,000 cabin crew in the next fiscal year.

“Emirates is planning to recruit approximately 450 pilots in the upcoming fiscal year, this is in addition to our recruitment of 570 pilots last year. We also need around 4,000 cabin crew in the next fiscal year; plus hundreds of operational staff as well,” Ward said.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Emirates - Direct Entry Captain ( DEC )/ First Officer - B777/A330

Requirements for the Position of Captain A330/B777
  • A minimum of 7000 hours total flying time (only front seat time on turboprop and/or turbojet aircraft can be counted).
  • A minimum of 3000 hours command time on multi-crew, multi-engine commercial jet aircraft with an MTOW of 50 tonnes or more.

Note: We do not accept simulator time for flying hours calculation.
  • Must hold a valid ICAO ATPL with an unrestricted class one medical certificate
  • English language fluency (written and verbal comprehension); must be at least equal to ICAO English level 5.
  • Must have flown as an aircraft commander on a jet meeting the above mentioned criteria, within 12 months of joining
  • Preference will be given to type rated Airbus A330/340, B777 or other relevant wide body commanders and Instructors/Examiners