American hiring Croatian speaking crew

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American Airlines is seeking bilingual crew with fluency in English and Croatian. Apart from the necessary language skills, other requirements include a high school diploma, at least twenty years of age, possession of a valid US or foreign passport with applicable visas and the right to work in the United States. No prior airline experience is required. All candidates must be willing to be based from any of American Airlines' base locations including Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Ft Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Raleigh/Durham, San Francisco, St Louis and Washington DC. American Airlines will launch seasonal summer flights to Croatia next June from Philadelphia to Dubrovnik. Further requirements, as well as the application form, can be found here.

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  1. Yeah, I doubt many Croats have a Croatian passport and a right to work in the US. Those that do are certainly not looking to be AA cabin crew. lol

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    1. On any flight from ZAG to MUC or FRA I usually see more than one passenger with a US passport and who speaks fluent Croatian. It’s happened so many times now that I’m not even surprises when I see that.

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    2. I am speaking about Croats with a Croatian passport who have a worker's visa for the US. Very few of them would be interested in applying as they aren't that many.

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  2. American could be planning to take over OU!

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    1. I think they are going to open a base soon from Croatia to US routes just like LEVEL.

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    2. lol yes because it is so easy for a US carrier to open a base in the European Union.

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    3. I don't think there is enough room for both American Airlines and Garuda.

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    4. Is Garuda flying to Croatia?

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    5. Not yet but they have expressed interest in getting OU.

      https://www.croatiaweek.com/garuda-indonesia-confrim-interest-in-croatia-airlines/

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    6. Five years ago! And they didn't even participate in the tender which was held a few months later.

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    7. Yeah but these things take time so I am sure there are still some negotiations going. Purger wrote so much on this so it has to be true and happening.

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    8. They are also Serbs and others that can read and write in Croatian. So no problem to fill the vacancies.

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    9. Well not such a huge difference, people usually relate it as Serbo-Croation language. Extremely close as well as the Bosniak.

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    10. I wrote about what? About negotiations with Garuda and other companies to buy Croatia? So, not true.

      There was no interest than, and there will be no interest now (exempt companies like 4K) if Croatian Government will not put extra effort to sell Company. To sent memo to several addresses, like last time, for sure is not enough.

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    11. Why was Garuda interested in OU? Was it because of the Heathrow slots back in 2013?

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    12. ""@Anonymous21 September 2018 at 12:13
      I think they are going to open a base soon from Croatia to US routes just like LEVEL.""

      Was that sarcastic joke ????

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    13. EU-US open skies...hello? Lets check our homeworks, shall we?

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    14. Purger you wrote on here in the comments how Garuda makes absolute sense and so on.

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  3. So, you are supposed pay for your own trip to the USA, pay for your rent while you attend training and again move to a location which American decides you should move to, pay for rent while you work, and pay income tax.
    Further on, if you really do know Croatian (perfect) and live in one of those cities you most likely have a better paying job.
    They will find no one...

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    1. With unemployment in Croatia at almost 7% and falling, with companies in Croatia struggling to get staff, and with living costs a fraction of that in US, yes AA will have hard time to find staff, There might be few, but it'll be mostly cause they have ulterior motives, i.e move to US, get a green card, marry a billionaire. lol

      Jokes aside, don't think many would want to work for AA, they pay peanuts.

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    2. Plus you are supposed to wear that hideous uniform.

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    3. At 7%???? Ahahaha ma di zivis?

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    4. They are looking for people who are fluent in English and Croatian. There are many, many young people born in the USA that can fill these positions. No visas required. They are children off Croatian parents. No need to go to Croatia to find employees.

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