JEDDAH: Low cost Saudi Arabian airline Flynas announced on Wednesday that they will begin taking applications from Saudi women to train on programs for “Future Pilots” and flight attendants.
The company aims to recruit 200 Saudi male and female co-pilots over the next five years, the carrier confirmed to Arab News, with plans to attract about 300 Saudi male and female flight attendants in the next two years.
The statement said that Flynas will ensure that the working hours system and the uniforms for their Saudi female flight attendants respect the local customs and traditions in the Kingdom.
Applicants must be Saudi nationals and should meet international height and weight standards and be fluent in English.
Applicants should be between 22 and 30 years old with at least a secondary education certificate. More information is available online on the company’s website.