Singaporean aviation companies expand recruiting to handle the rise in flights

SG – Singapore Following a two-year recruiting halt, Singapore Airlines (SIA) started hiring in February with the goal of employing 2,000 trainee cabin crew members by March of the following year.

As air travel continues to recover from the depths of Covid-19, it has already hired 1,200 people and now plans to hire the final 800 trainees by December.

As soon as borders are opened, the airline may resume employing from countries other than Singapore and Malaysia, as it did before COVID-19 in China, Indonesia, South Korea, and Taiwan.

The handling capacity of Changi Airport in Singapore has mostly kept pace with rising passenger volume.

The head of the air transport management degree program at Singapore Institute of Technology, Associate Professor Volodymyr Bilotkach, stated that the continued restriction of key Asian markets like China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan restricts the pace and scope of the recovery in Asia.

Only 70% to 80% of passengers are estimated to go via Asia overall by year’s end.

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