Dynamic Airways hiring local flight attendants
The airline is on the hunt locally for new faces that will represent the company. Fifty of the most outstanding candidates will be selected.
Dynamic Airways Manager of In-flight Service, Pamela Helms says persons joining the airline’s team will have to undergo a series of training programmes. She said customer service and safety are key areas important to the airline.
The In-flight Service Manager said in addition to on the ground training a five hour in-flight exercise is required in keeping with the US Federal Aviation Administration requirements.
Successful applicants would also be required to attend training in the United States.
The Dynamic Airways representatives said they have no doubt that they will be able to attract the number of local flight attendant since they have received over 300 applications, even from other Caribbean countries.
The US carrier is expected to make its first flight on June 26 and promises competitive ticket prices.