Apply for Nigeria Air Recruitment 2022/2023 (70,000 workers needed)
Nigeria Air has opened applications for interested candidates that want to work with them. For those who have been waiting patiently for Nigeria Air to open applications, the portal is now opened for anyone who wants to apply.
Recall that Nigeria air hinted the public for the recruitment of 70,000 people who are competent to take the airline to greater height. It is an opportunity that should not be thrown away easily and should be grabbed before the expiration of the application.
Nigeria Air will start receiving applications as a bid to launch the largest and most famous air in West Africa is in progress, recruitment into Nigeria Air has commenced. The applicants are advised to check for eligibility before applying for any of the vacant positions.
Are you interested in working for Nigeria Air? Do you have a passion for aviation? Do you want to work with the Federal Government? This may be the opportunity you have been waiting for if your answers are convincing and resounding yes
Nigeria Air is new on the aviation and thus wants to employ competent hands that can match up with global airline. They want to be the best in West Africa and improve air transportation that can meet international standards.
How To Apply for Nigeria Air Recruitment 2022/2023 (70,000 People)
Nigeria Air was supposed to commence operation in April 2022 as approved by the Federal Executive Council,
Nigeria Air is accepting CVs and applications, the portal will be opened for another massive recruitment after this
The airline is expected to recruit over 70,000 Nigerians. That number is a remarkable and will lift many out of unemployment and create carrier for those that want to tent their carrier with aviation.
Basic facts about the Nigerian Air Recruitment for 2022/2023
Nigeria Air, West Africa’s Largest may starts operation in the second quarter of 2022, precisely by July
The national carrier is to replace the defunct Nigeria Airways which ceased operations in 2003.
The replacement was designed as a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project with the Federal Government owning a five percent stake.
The project has racked up a total of N14.65 billion in appropriation votes between 2019 and 2022.
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