Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia on Friday, June 21 said it will scout for flight attendants for its
India operations in Goa from June 23.
According to the company, walk-in interviews will be conducted in three cities, starting from Goa.
Goa is the home state of the founder and group chief executive of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes.
The names of the other two cities have not yet been disclosed.
In April, the company conducted interviews for cabin crew posts in Chennai, and subsequently for pilots and co-pilots in Bangalore.
The hiring by the airline is good news as nearly 8,000 employees of Kingfisher Airlines are jobless after the airline was grounded.
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