Nigeria Air Recruitment Portal, Nigeria Air Recruitment form and the full details & requirements on how to Apply For Nigeria Air Recruitment 2022 for graduates can be accessed here on Ejes Gist Newspaper.
Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that the Nigeria Air has made a call for workers to fill in various openings.
This was announced by Nigeria Air Limited in a statement on Saturday obtained by Ejes Gist Newspaper’s correspondent.
Owners and Launch of Nigeria Air
It stated that the Boeing 737-800 (NG) and B787 aircraft for international operations would be used to launch the new national carrier of Nigeria.
Additionally, it was announced that Ethiopian Airlines will own 5% of the new airline in addition to a Nigerian private investor consortium and a 5% Federal Government interest.
Nigeria air Recruitment form and Available Positions
1.) Experienced and Current B737 Captain
2.) Experienced and Current B737 First Officer
3.) Experienced and Current B737 Senior Cabin Crew
4.) Experienced and Current B737 Cabin Crew
5.) Experienced and Current B737 Engineer (B1/B2 Preferred)
Nigeria Air Recruitment 2022 – Job Location
“The locations of the positions are Lagos or Abuja. There are attractive earnings available.
It further stated that other positions would be posted on the website www.nigeriaair.world.
How to Apply for Nigeria Air Recruitment 2022.
Graduates who are qualified and interested should send their curriculum vitae, including details about their academic credentials, to the email address [email protected] for the immediate hiring needs of the aforementioned operational positions exclusively.
“We will review your application in great detail, and we will invite those candidates who meet our qualifications to an interview.”
Applications that do not match the aforementioned requirements will not receive a response, it continued.
Nigerian Air is the country’s proposed national carrier, which was unveiled on July 18, 2018 at the Farnborough Air Show in England.
The project was halted two months after it was announced due to concerns about its relevance and sustainability. The proposed airline was expected to have a preliminary cost of $8.8 million and a takeoff cost of $300 million.
Nigeria Airways, the country’s defunct airline, failed due to corruption and poor management.
However, the Nigerian government dismissed all concerns, stating that the airline would begin operations before the end of 2018, as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari during his 2015 election campaign.
A private Nigerian consortium, Ethiopian Airlines, and the federal government will jointly own the new airline.