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China Airlines Is Recruiting Flight Attendants
CAL e-News

April 21, 2010 – For the first time in three years, China Airlines is recruiting flight attendants, and announced today that 92 Taiwanese flight attendants will be hired to join the service in 2010. Web applications will be accepted starting from today at 12:00 noon until May 3 at 12:00 noon.

Anyone who wishes to become a flight attendant is encouraged to apply. All applicants must have college degrees and TOEIC scores of 550 or above, or an equivalent credential, while females must be at least 160cm in height, and males 170cm. Applicants must register through the China Airlines website, and after an initial screening, China Airlines will announce the candidates who qualify for the first interview on its web page from May 13 at 12:00 noon to May 17 at 17:00pm. First interviews will be held May 20 to 23, while second interviews will be held June 4 to 6, both at CAL Park. 

Qualifications, height, and appearance are the judgment criteria during the first interview, while the second interview will include Chinese and English oral exams including response ability and deportment.

CAL will arrange a physical check-up for the successful candidates, and those who pass the check-up will undergo 13 weeks of training starting in July. CAL currently employs 2,500 cabin crew, who are well trained, have good benefits and career opportunities, and enjoy the admiration of their peers. CAL is looking for people who have good communication skills and language ability, are adaptable, and most of all have enthusiastic attitudes.