Bangalore, July 15 (IANS) Malaysia Airlines will recruit cabin crew for its international operations from Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training in India.
‘The selected candidates will join the airline’s cabin crew team and will be based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,’ the institute said a statement here, but did not specify how many will be hired this year.
With about 100 training centres across the country and overseas, the institute trains air-hostesses and flight stewards for global airlines.
‘A number of international airlines conduct campus interviews to recruit air-hostesses and flight stewards at our institute,’ the statement noted.
The institute awards BTEC (Business & Technology Education Council) higher national certificate, a vocational qualification by Edexcel of Pearson in Britain.
BTEC is a level five qualification in the British education system, which is recognised in 110 countries worldwide, including Australia, Britain, Canada and the U.S.