First batch of Saudi female flight attendants to be on board this month
As an extension of its programs to localize aviation jobs and empower Saudi women, flynas announced the graduation of the first batch of the Saudi Female Flight Attendants program, noting that their first practical flight will be during the month of January.
This step stems from flynas’ keenness to empower Saudi women to play a key role in the renaissance of the Kingdom in diverse industries.
flynas is the first Saudi national carrier to open opportunities for Saudi women through its “Future Pilots” and “Flight Attendants” Programs.
flynas stated that the “Flight Attendants” program aims to attract 300 Saudi male and female flight attendants within two years, noting that it will consider the working hours and will allocate a uniform for Saudi female flight attendants in line with the Saudi customs and traditions.
For more information on the criteria, applicants can visit flynas website.
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