Nigeria Air Announces Open Portal For Recruitment

Nigeria Air Announces Open Portal For Recruitment
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In lieu of its reopening, Nigeria Air has announced that its 2022 recruitment portal is now open for use.

And the stakeholder of Nigeria Air Limited had also made this known in a statement which had been put out on Saturday.

It had also revealed that the new National Carrier of Nigeria will be also be launching shortly with the Boeing 737-800 (NG) aircraft, followed with B787 aircraft for International Operations.

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It had also further stated that the new Airline will be owned by a Nigerian private Investor Consortium, together with a 5% Federal Government holding, including the Ethiopian Airlines shareholding.

The positions available for employment are: 

Experienced and current B737 Captains

Experienced, Current B737 First Officers

Experienced, Current B737 Senior Cabin Crew and Cabin Crew Experienced, Current B737 Engineers (B1/B2 preferred).

“The positions are based in Abuja or Lagos. Competitive salaries are offered.”

It added that other positions will be available on the portal, www.nigeriaair.world.

”Due to the immediate recruitment requirements for the above operational positions only, we ask that CVs be sent to the following email address: [email protected]

“Your application will be carefully assessed, and suitable candidates will be invited for an interview. We will not reply to applications that do not meet the above criteria,” it added.

In a related report, following many months of negotiations and paperwork, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Monday presented an Air Transport License (ATL) to the interim management of Nigeria Air.

Nigeria Air is the country’s proposed national carrier that is currently led by Captain Dapo Olumide.

An ATL certification is a document that states the kinds of operations a carrier will embark on scheduled, non-scheduled, cargo air services within and outside Nigeria.

This licence precedes the Air Operator’s Certificate which empowers the airline to operate scheduled commercial flights.

The ATL signed by the Director-General of the NCAA, Captain Musa Nuhu, will run for a period of five (5)years from June 3rd, 2022 to June 2nd, 2027.

The new national airline is expected to provide scheduled and non-scheduled services. It is one of the licenses received by airlines before they can commence operation just as they await the all-important Air Operator Certificate (AOC) that fully guarantees them the right to begin air services.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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