Sunday, April 28, 2019

Malaysia Airlines Cabin Crew Recruitment - Walk in Interview ( Part Time )

  • Nationality: Malaysia citizens only
  • Gender: Male and female only
  • Age: 18 years and above
  • Minimum height: 157 cm
  • Educational Qualification: SPM with Credits in English and Bahasa Melayu
  • Experience: Former MH Crew
  • Mandatory Documentation:
    • Documents:
      • Updated Resume
      • Cabin Crew Certificate OR Any certificates as a proof that you were MH Crew before
      • NRIC (original and copy)
      • Recent photo (passport size)
      • SPM or other higher education certificates (original and copy)
    • Form:
      • Completed form downloaded here (Please complete it prior the date of interview)
  • Other Information:
    • Dress Code:
      • Smart Casual (candidates are advised to bring a set of formal office attire if they are progress to final stage selection)

Walk-in Interview Date & Venue:

Date: 30 April 2019 (Tuesday)
Registration hours: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: Malaysia Airlines Berhad Academy
No. 2, Jalan SS7/13, Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

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Singapore Airlines Pilot Recruitment - Cadet Pilot ( Open to all Nationalities - Fully Sponsored )

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We invite suitable candidates with a strong interest in aviation to join us as Cadet Pilots

  • Open to all Nationalities
  • Minimum GCE 'A' Level, Polytechnic Diploma or Degree. In addition, you must demonstrate proficiency in English, Mathematics and Science, preferably Physics (with at least credits in GCE 'O' levels or its equivalent)
  • For candidates without credits in English at GCE ‘O’ Levels or its equivalent, you must produce additional proof of English proficiency:
    o IELTS – Minimum Band 7 (out of 9); or
    o TOEFL – Minimum score: Computer based – 250, Paper Version – 600; or
    o Certificate of Completion for English Language Course
  • Myopia of not more than 600 degrees and astigmatism of not more than 200 degrees per eye

Successful candidates will be trained to acquire either an Airline Transport Pilot’s License (ATPL) with Instrument Rating (IR) or a Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL) at Pilot Training Schools in Singapore and overseas. Full board and lodging will be provided. Upon obtaining the ATPL or MPL, you will undergo further training to become a First Officer.


All interviews will be held in Singapore. Applicants undergo five stages comprising online application, preliminary interview, aptitude test, final interview with senior management as well as a medical check-up.


A monthly allowance will be provided during training. On appointment as a First Officer, you will enjoy a competitive salary along with various allowances and benefits.


Successful candidates will be offered an exciting career with extensive training, development and progression plans with one of the following companies:

• Singapore Airlines                   • SilkAir                        • SIA Cargo


Successful candidates will be required to serve SIA, SilkAir or SIA Cargo (as the case may be) for the duration of the training and for a period of 7 years from the date of appointment as First Officer.


Saturday, April 27, 2019

Gulf Air Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Open to all Nationalities )

The role of an International Flight Attendant is to ensure passenger safety, comfort and satisfaction. As front-line staff of the company, Flight Attendants are in critical position to project the image and culture of the Airline with the responsibility of winning customer confidence and loyalty.
Main Duties
  • Exceeding Customer and the Airline’s expectation in service.
  • Be the ambassadors of the Airline to secure loyalty and repeat business from the travelers.
  • Meeting all emergency and safety requirements in a professional and considerate manner.
  • Ensuring he/she is thoroughly conversant with the content of all company cabin crew manuals.
  • Maintaining grooming standards.
  • Performing under pressure within tight time frames.
  • Ensuring the needs of others are met in a professional, enthusiastic and caring manner by being sensitive to special needs, and understanding of other cultures.
  • Resolving situations in a calm and confident manner.
  • Demonstrate a readiness to make decisions, to `take the initiative’ and originate action.
  • Analyze issues, and make rational judgments based on relevant information.
  • Use clear communication strategies.
  • Demonstrate and communicate awareness of wider organizational issues.
  • Maintain effective work behaviors in the face of setbacks.
  • High awareness of service and quality standards.
Education & Training
  • Secondary School level.
  • Good English communication skills both Written and spoken.
  • Experience in service industry is an advantage.
  • The jobholder should have pleasant personality and manner and ability to work calmly under pressure.
  • Customer service orientated
  • Ability to deal with multi-cultural organizations and customers.
Candidates Must Have The Following Minimum Criteria
  1. Age between: 21 to 30 years
  2. Weight Proportionate to height
  3. Ability to swim Minimum 50 meters unaided
  4. No visible Tattoos or Scars
  5. Height : Minimum 160 cm/5’2"
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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Singapore Airlines - Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Walk in Interview - Malaysia )

We will be conducting a recruitment exercise for Flight Steward/Stewardesses in Kuala Lumpur . If you meet the following requirements, we will be pleased to meet you at our walk-in interview.


* Malaysia or Singapore citizen 
* Minimum age of 18 years old due to legislative requirements
* Fulfill the minimum height requirement of at least 1.58m for females and 1.65m for males in order to carry out safety and emergency procedures onboard
* Degree / Diploma 
* At least 2 principal level passes and 2 subsidiary passes in STPM / GCE ‘A’ level or its equivalent
* At least 5 credits in SPM / GCE ‘O’ level and relevant working experience
* For Malaysian qualifications at SPM level, at least 5 credits including a minimum of grade B in English and working experience are required

Successful candidates must be able to commence employment with us within six months from the date of application.


Our comprehensive 4 months training program will cover topics such as:
* Product Knowledge including Food & Beverage
* Service Procedures
* Passenger Handling
* Deportment & Grooming
* Language & Communication Skills
* Safety Equipment Procedures
* First Aid
On successful completion of training you will commence flying duties.

Remuneration & Service Benefits

You will be paid a basic salary during training. Upon graduation, you can look forward to a basic salary and various allowances amounting to about SGD$4,500 - 5000  a month. In addition, there is an annual wage supplement of one month’s basic salary and profit-sharing bonus. You will also be entitled to free travel to any SIA destination once a year and enjoy discounted travel at other times.

Application Details

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

A320 Direct Entry First Officer - 500 Hour Line Training Program ( Euro 2000 salary per month )

An A320 operator base in Europe would like to invite suitable candidates for the position of A320 First Officer. This is an excellent opportunity to clock up to 500 A320 hours. Initial selection process will be done in Europe.

Those who have completed the line check with will be provided with a salary of Euro 2000 per month.

Employment Benefits : -
  • Uniform will be provided 
  • Hotel and transport provided during nightstop at both domestic and overseas destination

Requirements  : -

• Hold a Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating
• Minimum flying hours of 200 hours
• Rated on the Airbus 320 ( must be current )
• Minimum of Level 4 of Aviation English.
• Good command of English, both written and spoken.
• Must be physically and mentally fit.
• Class 1 medical
• EASA licence holder
• All nationality are welcome

If you are interested, please send the following documents to with your email subject/title as ( your name - Application for the position of A320 500 hour line training via )

1) CV/resume
2) All copy of license
3) Passport ( min validity of 18 months )
4) Copy of class 1 medical as well as English cert
5) Passport size photo
6) Last 2 page of LogBook

Limited slots available !

Please note that this is a self sponsored program for those who are rated with zero or low hours on type and NOT for non rated CPL pilots.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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Malindo Air Cabin Crew Recruitment - Walk in Interview

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Monday, April 22, 2019

Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew Interview process and stages - ( Updated Version 2019 )

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I am so excited to share my recent Singapore Airlines cabin crew walk in interview back in March 2019.  I have read so many blogpost/video/article and all mention that it’s very hard to pass so I was still nervous despite the fact that I felt I was already fully prepared for it. I decided to come for this interview about one month ago and had been doing rigorous research since then especially reading all the tips at FlyGosh.

I gathered all questions that I found online and practiced them when I was driving, in the LRT, in the gym before my body combat class or whenever I was free. Yes I really want it that badly. This also makes me feel that this article will be one of the most comprehensive ones to be found online. The article will be divided into a few sections:

- Brief introduction of interview stages
- Tips and things to take note
- My extra preparation
- SIA interview Q&A’s cheat sheet
- Extra information

Brief introduction of interview stages

The number of stages and how it is conducted change over time but will be similar. Below is my SIA cabin crew interview process : -

Round 1: 2 interviewers, 10 interviewees sitting in a row, stand up one by one, introduce ourselves and answer a simple question. Those who passed were asked to wait outside another room for the next round. 

Round 2: 2 interviewers, 6 interviewees 

A) grouped in pairs according to sequence of number. A few minutes were given to know each other. Then stand up and introduce our partner. 
B) divided into 2 groups of 3. Given a statement. One group to agree and another to disagree. 1-3 was the group to agree. 4-6 was the group to disagree. Sequence to present is 1,4,2,5,3,6 

Round 3: 2 interviewers, 1 interviewee. This’s just like normal job interview. They just want to know more about you and see if you are suitable for the job as a SIA cabin crew. 

Round 4: Kebaya fitting and physical check. 1 interviewer and 1 assistant.

Tips and things to take note

1. Before anything, you should be very certain that you really want this job. In other words, you have to really understand this job and the difficulties you will be facing when working with SIA despite all the perks you have heard that spark your interest to go for this interview. E.g.: meeting 2 years bond contract if not SGD13800 will be penalized (also applies if you get kicked out), irregular working hours that will lead to health issues, being apart from family/close friends if you are not Singaporean, having to miss important dates like Christmas or weddings as leaves are hard to arrange, having to stay very humble and submissive at work (in other words, you may get bullied by seniors), having the risk to give up your professional degree as people may not hire you after 2 years working in unrelated field, hard to maintain relationship as you will be away for work most of the time, hard to find boyfriend, having to resign once you get pregnant etc.  

2. It’s very important to know what SIA is looking for in their cabin crews. Unlike Scoot or Air Asia, they don’t want someone who is too outgoing, loud and confident. You have to show that you are calm, humble and very polite. I think they want someone who is warm but elegant at the same time. 

3. For round 1, answers don’t matter. They are looking at how you speak, your posture, your overall appearance and complexion, body proportion and frame. Be presentable, keep your answer simple, sit and walk properly and always smile. I always put my bag and folder on the floor and never put it on my lap. I also always make sure I hold my hands at my lower belly and put my feet together when sitting or standing. You have to also show that you are listening when other people speak. But don’t nod your head too hard, just stay natural and smile. 

4. For round 2, I think they are looking at how you communicate with people. When discussing or listening to your group mates, always smile and remember to maintain good posture at all times. Don’t be too dominant but don’t be too quiet until you don’t say a word during discussion. Just smile and be friendly just like you are serving the passenger as a cabin crew. I think answers don’t have to be impressive too. Just something that makes sense will do. Don’t try to be funny cause not everyone will understand your joke and you may sound ‘too much’. Again, good posture and smile when presenting your points. 

5. Round 3, answer the questions in a way that the recruiter will know if you are a suitable candidate to be a Singapore Girl, e.g.: having a career plan that will lead you to commit long term with SIA, physically healthy to cope with their hectic working lifestyle, independent that you can live apart from your family/close friends, relevant experience, skills, personality etc. 

6. Round 4, there should be no visible tattoos, birthmarks or scars. They check legs too although the sarong is long enough to cover them but they are less strict on that compared to our face, neck and arm. 

7. The tough one for me is round 3. As the questions can be quite unpredictable and it will be a lot longer compared to the past rounds where I only had to say a few sentences. I got so nervous during this round because I got asked questions that are not in my “165 SIA interview Q&A’s cheat sheet”. However, the unexpected questions weren’t too hard and I kind of earned a bonus point here. The interviewer asked, “when do you want to stop being a cabin crew?” I said I have no idea now because I haven’t started and am still really excited to start working. He said, “there must be roughly something in your mind” then i answered “maybe after I have saved up enough money to retire (I am just being honest). Then he asked, “how much saving is considered a success for you?” “Hmmm, errr.... If I need to have 2k Malaysian Dollars, eh no Malaysian Ringgit to spend every month, I will need about 500k... if I put in FD!! if I didn’t remember wrongly.. *awkward smile” Of course I sounded quite not calm when answering this question and I actually knew that 500k only will have 1.7k monthly with 4% FD but I didn’t want to sound stupid to assume 1.7k is enough to cover my own expenses (like 2k makes a difference XD). But at least they know I wasn’t just bullshitting and really have my own planning.

8. Round 4 is the most anticipating Kebaya Fitting round but it was also where I was put into KIV due to weight issue. I am quite chubby with BMI 22+ (but still within healthy BMI range) and I was so worried that I couldn’t get in because of my weight. From the information I saw online, they only said we have to be within a healthy BMI range and I also saw one girl saying her BMI was 22+ and she passed. So I actually thought I was safe. But the lady told me I have to lose 4 more kgs in order to keep my BMI below 21. Maybe it depends on the interviewer or how you look in Kebaya. Because I also saw online a girl said she was asked to lose to 56 from 62 and her height is 169cm which is already less than BMI 20. Hereby another long month to go and one month longer before I can start my dream job (if I manage to lose 4 kgs).

9. Standards for skin check. For skin I think they are stricter on our face, neck and arms. One of the candidates I met told me that she got rejected last time during this round because she had a pimple on her face. But her skin looked very okay to me that day. I am not sure if it was the yellow lighting that made her skin look better or they are truly really strict. I heard that they don’t like oily skin too. I have a few mosquito scars on my calves that I got a few weeks ago. They are still visible even after I concealed them with makeup. When the interviewer asked if I have any scar, birthmark or tattoo. I lifted up my kebaya and showed her my legs. She asked, “where where?” I said, “all these small small dots” “Ohh, it doesn’t matter la. They are not obvious.” Phew, maybe the makeup did help! By the way, I also had a quite visible mole right at the middle above my lip. I thought it was okay because I always think the mole suits me a lot haha. But the lady asked maybe I can conceal it a little as it is a bit distracting. So sad that she doesn’t like my mole. I will try to conceal it when I go for review next month.

10. Always respect the interviewers. I saw many people said they got rejected (not even in KIV) because of very small problems like being underweight by 2kg, minor scars etc. I feel maybe it’s because the interviewers didn’t like them. I also feel it is possible that they didn’t behave properly when talking to the interviewers at round 4. Remember, as an SIA girl, we have to be always humble!!

11. About the kebaya. It is a 2-piece uniform, a front zip-up top and a maxi skirt with elastic waistband. It can be quite hard to find the right sizes for people who are not very thin like me. There was another girl who went in with me and she is even bigger than me (but she is very curvy, not like me having a child-like body). Both of us spent quite long finding the right sizes. She managed to squeeze in one kebaya and I can tell it is very tight. But she still looked good because she has nice curves. I ended up with a loose-fitting top but then was asked to change to a smaller one. The top was so tight and I think it exposed my ugly shape. I wasn’t very confident in the kebaya actually. I should’ve spent the past month to lose some weight.

12. If I would have to go for the interview again, I will still arrive 2 hours earlier. I arrived before 6.30am because I really wanted to be the first few one to go for the interview. And apparently, I was the first one there. The registration started on time at 8.30am and the whole interview ended before 11.30am. Only the first 2 hours to wait while sitting comfortably on the chair. After that, almost no waiting at all.

13. You can try but I can tell they are super strict on height check. Before registration we would have to get our heights measured. My height taken at other places is around 162-164cm but I just wrote 162 to be safe. But the measurement I got was only 161.5cm. They really pushed to measurement bar to your head to make sure they get the lowest possible measurement I think.

14. Maybe academic performance and working experience really matter. The second girl who came after me has worked 2 years with firefly and 4 years with Air Asia X. It was her 4th time trying. For the first 2 tries, she failed at round 2. Last and this time, she didn’t even get through the first round. She had good posture, was neatly groomed, the way she talked also had no problem to me. I really don’t get it if it’s not her working experience or academic result.  She started working right after STPM and I remember she told me her result was bad. And I heard airlines actually prefer fresh people because it is easier for them to train. However, I also saw people who has worked with Malindo went through the third round so maybe they don’t mind if you are really outstanding? I would say that if you are already in the airlines industry, just try your best!

15. You don’t have to be very pretty to be an SIA girl. I always heard people said that we have to be very pretty to be a Singapore Girl and I was quite worried because I am not one of those typical pretty girls because I am fat. But don’t worry. I stalked one of my friends who just started working with SIA and I found out her batchmates are not all super pretty type. But if you are not very pretty, make sure you have other qualities that make you stand out from other people.

16. Always practice your answers! I saw a YouTube video about a lady giving advices for SIA interview. She actually asked people to stop rehearsing which I think is not working for everyone. As for me, I am someone who will go totally blank when I am nervous. Preparing my answers definitely helps me to be an A from C. I think preparing answers doesn’t make me being any less of myself. In fact, I can fully express myself and give a more relevant answer. It is not about memorizing standard answers. It is to explore things that make myself a suitable candidate and be so familiar with that point that my sentences come out almost the same every time I talk about it.

17. Just like normal interview. Especially round 3, it is just like normal interview. There are things to take note: no bad-mouthing about other people, have clear aim and reason to take the job, stay honest and sincere, portray positive attitude by giving true example. When asked if there is any question for them, ask something that shows your interest in the company. 

My extra preparation

Despite the fact that I was put in KIV,  I am still very grateful that I passed all rounds considering that it was my first try. My hard work paid off and I really wish I can help people to get in too! However there are still uncertainties even after I pass my review in April. For example, some people didn’t pass their medical. There are also people who passed their medical in Malaysia but failed the one in Singapore (yes I heard we have to do medical check-up in our country and in Singapore). Although I haven’t heard before but maybe it’s also possible that we can’t get our working permit approved in Singapore. I think I really worry a lot and am really detail oriented. I have also done many extra things for this interview:

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Air Asia Cabin Crew Recruitment - Walk in interview ( May 2019 )

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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Malaysia Airlines Pilot Recruitment ( Roadshow ) - April 2019

Role Purpose:
Responsible for operating aircraft in a safe and legal manner for Malaysia Airlines Berhad.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Responsible for ensuring the safety of the aircraft, passengers, crew & cargo from the moment the doors are closed for departure until they are opened at the end of the flight. 
  • Responsible for ensuring the flight operates in adherence to the relevant rules and regulations
  • Maintain a highly professional image both in conduct and appearance as to uphold Malaysia Airlines Berhad’s image

Working Experience 

We welcome all Second and First Officer with any aircraft rating to attend our roadshow .

Skill & Knowledge

1. Meets the regulatory requirements for Theoretical Knowledge of operating an aircraft. This includes basic aviation subjects and aircraft type technical subjects.
2. Meet the regulatory requirements for Technical and Non-technical skills of piloting an aircraft and use of its equipment.
3. Meet the regulatory requirements for Resource Management, Human Factor and Safety Management in aviation.
4. Strong in interpersonal and communications skills, good analytical skill, good at issue engagements and good decision making skills.

Date : 24 April 2019

Time : 8pm till Midnite

Venue : IT Solution , Flight Management Building , Malaysia Airlines, KLIA 

Please register via the below link before 20 APril 2019

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Air Asia Cabin Crew Recruitment - Walk in interview ( India )

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Friday, April 12, 2019

JetStar Asia Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Based in Singapore )

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Jetstar Asia is looking for warm, friendly and passionate cabin crew who are committed to providing a safe, enjoyable on-board experience to our valued customers. If you are attentive, engaging and customer-oriented, we want to invite you to discuss your career aspirations with us.     
To be part of our team, we are looking for the following attributes:

  • For safety reasons, height of at least 1.58m for female & 1.65m for male
  • 18 years of age and above
  • Attained at least 4 ’N’ Level or 3 'O' Level credits with a credit in English
  • Diploma / Degree holders are welcome to apply 
  • For foreign applicants, minimum a degree from a reputable university 
  • Completed NS service for male candidates
  • Willing to work irregular hours and on weekends
  • Possess good communication skills and a team player
  • Have a flair for sale
  • Pleasant and have a "Can-Do" attitude

More details will be shared during the interview.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Singapore Airlines - Flight Steward/Stewardesses Recruitment ( Hong Kong)

We will be conducting a recruitment exercise for flight stewards and flight stewardess in Hong Kong. If you meet the following requirements, we will be pleased to meet you at our interviews:
* Minimum age of 18 years old due to legislative requirements 
* University degree holder 
* High level of English proficiency 
* Willing to be based in Singapore
Successful candidates must be able to commence employment within six months from the date of application.

Application DetailsOnline application is now open until 28 April 2019. If you are interested to join us as cabin crew, please submit an online application.

If you encounter issues creating a new applicant profile, please click on “Forgot Password?” in the Login page.
Kindly enter your email address in the login credentials field. Once you have received your new password, please sign in via the Login page.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to submit a video interview online, and candidates who pass the video interview will be invited to attend face-to-face interviews in Hong Kong in May 2019.

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Saturday, April 6, 2019

Malaysia Airlines Pilot Recruitment - Cadet Pilot Trainee (2019)

Job Purpose
Enrol in Cadet Pilot Training Programme at Flight Training Organisation (‘FTO’) to obtain Airline Transport Pilot Licence (‘ATPL’)

Job Accountability
  • Pass all ATPL subjects with maximum of 3 attempts and complete flying syllabus within 24 months
  • Obtain CAAM approval for flying licence issuance to meet requirement by the authority
  • Educational Qualification
  • SPM (or its equivalent qualification recognized by Malaysian government) with minimum:
  • (A-) in Mathematics OR Add-Mathematics and English
  • (A-) in Science OR (B) in Physics; and
  • (B) in other two (2) subjects or
  • Diploma / Bachelor Degree in Engineering or Science related disciplines with minimum:
  • CGPA of 3.00; and
  • SPM (or its equivalent qualification recognized by Malaysian government) with minimum (B) in Mathematics OR Add-Mathematics, Science OR Physics and English
  • A Malaysian National
  • Maximum 28 years old at date of selection
  • Minimum height of 158cm
  • Good command of Bahasa Malaysia and English, both written and spoken
  • Medically and physically fit with perfect eyesight and visual acuity of at least 6/60 without optical aids, correctable to 6/6 and not colour blind

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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Etihad Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Open to all Nationalities )

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Our Cabin Crew are an award winning team. In 2016 we won the "Middle East's Leading Cabin Crew" award at the World Travel Awards Middle East. Also in 2016, we were awarded the prestigious accolade of "5 Star Airline" from Skytrax for our product and service standards. In fact these awards join a long list of awards that we have won and win every year. To join us you will be the best and you will ensure that you contribute to the success of our 5 Star Airline.

You will ensure that you exceed our guests' expectations onboard and deliver great service 100% of the time, whilst offering a unique taste of United Arab Emirates hospitality - cultured, considerate, warm and generous.

  • Minimum High School certification or any higher education.
  • Fluent English verbal and written comprehension; another language is an additional benefit.
  • Must be at least 21 years old on the date of joining.
  • Confident in water and be able to swim with the aid of a flotation device.
  • Able to reach 210cms without shoes.
  • No tattoos nor body piercing (exception for one earring in the lower lobe of each ear for females only) that would be visible whilst wearing the Etihad uniform (bandages and cosmetic coverings are not permitted).
  • No criminal record.
  • Excellent personal presentation, style and image.
  • Willing to comply with UAE and GCAA visa, medical and health screening requirements.

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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Air Asia Cabin Crew Recruitment - Walk in interview ( Sarawak, Sabah and Negeri Sembilan )

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Air Hong Kong Pilot Recruitment - Direct Entry First Officers ( A300-600GF )


At AHK we conduct all A300 pilot training ourselves, using our A300 simulator and facilities in Hong Kong.

Career Progression

Pilots joining as Junior First Officer on the A300F will serve one year under probation. If the required standards are maintained, Junior First Officers will then be promoted to the rank of First Officer after a total of 2 years of service. Progression between aircraft types operated by AHK, and selection for Command, are driven by operational requirements and assessed individual suitability, in seniority order. Career progression to flying training, technical and flying management positions is available. 


The current AHK operation sees most flights departing the Hong Kong hub at 0300-0500 local time, and arriving at the outports 2-4 hours later. The aircraft remain at the outports doing the day, and fly back to Hong Kong late evening, the crew resting at the outports in quality hotels. Cargo is predominantly DHL Express freight.


Current A300 Fleet rosters are reliable with steady blocks of days on/days off cycles. Each work cycle consists of either one to two sectors each night, reserve duties, and recurrent simulator/ground training when due. Target monthly flying rate on the A300 and A330 is currently 45 hours. The nature of the AHK express cargo flying operation is such that changes to the commencement of duty cycles are rare.These cycles and targets are not contractual and may vary should the DHL Express operating plan change, however AHK aims to maintain the principle of rostering predictable days on/days off cycles.

Crew Rest

To support fatigue mitigation, AHK provides comfortable, quality airport-convenient hotel accomodation from 11 hours prior to the commencement of the first duty during each work pattern, through to the end of each pattern, regardless of type of duty.

Pilot Basing and Domicile

All AHK pilot positions offered are HK based. Pilots may choose to live in other locations if they have the applicable local legal right to do so. Pilots are required to pay HK tax, and are responsible for paying any other taxes that may be required due to nationality and domicile. 

AHK Culture

One of AHK’s competitive advantages is a highly engaged team culture, especially amongst our pilot community. AHK pilots go above and beyond the call of duty to get the job done, safely and on time. AHK seeks pilots who have a can do attitude, and a positive outlook, who will be a good fit with our current agile, flexible, and proactive pilot workforce. AHK is proud of maintaining a diverse work place. 


Safety performance data shows AHK maintains a high standard of flight operational safety. AHK expects our pilots to maintain a high standard of professional knowledge, prepare thoroughly for each flight, function effectively in a diverse team, operate according to our published procedures, and honestly report all hazards and incidents. In return AHK supports a no-blame safety culture, and seeks only to learn from the windows into our operation provided by any possible incident. 


The ideal candidate will meet the following minimum requirements : 
     Hold a valid ICAO Commercial Pilot's Licence (CPL) together with a 'frozen' ATPL i.e. has passed all ATPL examination subjects
     Have a minimum of 3000 hours flying experience
     Have a minimum of 1000 hours jet experience
     Hold a valid multi-engine instrument rating
     Hold a current Class 1 medical certificate
     ICAO level 4 fluency in spoken English


AHK’s pilot compensation strategy is to offer as the prime attraction, the stable, work/life balance rosters as per our current practice, along with the fatigue mitigation and convenience of Company provided hotel accommodation prior to and throughout all work patterns. 

AHK’s pay is competitive with other airlines that employ HK based pilots. 

AHK offers a portion of compensation that includes pay and allowances that are paid on a fixed basis. Variable pay is provided for hours flown above a minimum guaranteed threshold (our A300 pilots currently fly 45 hours/month), as are some other allowances. Details of the contract for new joining Junior First Officers, and compensation increases with career progression, will be provided at the time of job offer.