The new Capital Airlines is planning to launch its first large-scale round of recruitment to enhance its service team since its establishment in May, according to a news conference held by the airline in Beijing Wednesday.
 
Zhu Kai, CEO of Capital Airlines, told the Global Times that they seek to staff nine new jets recently purchased by the company. "We hope to find a total of 200 flight attendants as well as an unlimited number of pilots. The recruitment is open to the public, especially to fresh university graduates who don’t have a work record."
 
The airline is starting its recruiting process through an online preliminary selection today. All the candidates for the interview section will be determined by online polling. The section is divided into five steps, including an English test, written test and face-to-face interview. Those who pass the interview and are offered a job will then undergo a training course of three to four months before receiving certification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
 
"It is just the beginning. Next year, we will recruit more because another 20 or 30 planes will join our company," Zhu added when commenting on the airline’s expansion beyond charter flights and private jets.
 
Capital Airlines, whose first flight departed on May 3, grew out of Deer Air, an airline focusing on business jet services, also under the Hainan Airlines Group umbrella. As a local Beijing airline, Capital Airlines currently owns 24 business jets, holding 90 percent of China’s business charter flights market, using Beijing Capital International Airport as its main hub. 
 SOURCE: Global Times  
 
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