AirJapanthe new medium-haul subsidiary of All Nippon Airways, is actively recruiting pilots and cabin crew for its scheduled services starting next year.
The new Japanese airline AirJapan began to recruit pilots and cabin crew ahead of the launch of its regular services early next year. For the first time, AirJapan launches the recruitment of pilots experienced (mid-career), alongside its recruiting efforts flight attendants and stewards and other positions within the company. “Candidates with a global outlook, specialized skills and a strong desire to take on the responsibility of operating flights for the “ANA” and “AirJapan” brands are encouraged to apply”indicates the press release.
AirJapan, new subsidiary ofAll Nippon Airways (ANA), will enter service on February 9, 2024, operating a first connection between Tokyo-Narita and Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi. Based at Tokyo-Narita Airport, AirJapan is intended to operate medium-haul international flights (a priori more than 4000 km) “at affordable prices on planes where passengers can relax and feel comfortable”. “To enable low unit costs”, it will use modern Boeings 787-8 Dreamliner, which will be configured as a single class with 324 seats.