Singapore Airlines Will Be Holding Interviews At JW Marriot Hotel In Kuala Lumpur

Singapore Airlines is arguably one of the best airlines in the world.

So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that many fancy working for our national carrier.

Recently, news of a Singapore Airlines cabin crew recruitment drive happening in Malaysia went viral on social media.

One such article promoting the event garnered over 1,700 shares within 5 days of being shared.

Walk-in KL interviews on 11 May

According to the article, Singapore Airlines will be conducting walk-in interviews on Saturday (11 May) at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Candidates interested in registering would have to meet these basic requirements:

  • Height: Above 158cm (females), 165cm (males)
  • Age: 18 years old or above
  • Citizenship: Malaysian or Singaporean

They will also be required to meet other requirements, particularly regarding their educational background.

The full list of requirements and documents to bring along can be found here.

Candidates will also be requested to download and complete an employment application form, which can be accessed here.

Besides the prestige of working for one of the best airlines, successful applicants will receive a monthly remuneration package of around S$4,500 to S$5,000, after the completion of the relevant training programs.

Many jio-ed their friends

Last Friday (3 May), Leesharing, a Malaysian publisher, shared an article promoting the recruitment drive.

The article received a slew of comments, most of which involves netizens, presumably Malaysians, jio-ing their friends to the walk-in interview.

Source

Seems like Singapore Airlines is quite a popular company to work for, even in Malaysia!

May SIA continue maintaining its high standards

If you’re keen on taking part in the recruitment drive, here’s where it is taking place:

Location: JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur 
Address:
183 Jalan Bukit, Level 4, Starhill 2, 55100 Kuala Lumpur 
Date:
11 May 2019 
Time:
8.30am-3pm

Singapore Airlines, having such high levels of popularity in a foreign country is by no means an easy feat, and lots of it boils down to the years of hard work put in by its employees.

Good job for keeping up with the high standards over the decades and may this continue in the years to come.

Featured image from Fly Gosh