Saudi Arabia’s Flyadeal hiring in Belgrade


Saudi Arabian low cost carrier Flyadeal is seeking new female cabin crew members from Serbia and will undertake a recruitment process in Belgrade. The Jeddah-based airline was founded in September 2017 and is a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Airlines Corporation. It currently operates a fleet of new Airbus ceo and neo aircraft and has over twenty A320neos on order, with a further twenty options. Requirements include a minimum age of 21 years and maximum of thirty, minimum height of 160cm and ability to reach 212 cm on tiptoes, as well as a double vaccination dose against Covid-19. Interviews with shortlisted candidates for a two-year contract will be held next month. Benefits include covered living costs, an annual ticket back home and guaranteed thirty days of vacation. Further requirements and conditions, as well as the application form, can be found here.


  1. Anonymous17:46

    This is a more modern version of Saudia for intra-arabian flights.
    The flight attendants seem to be all foreigners, they also wear the most western style uniforms.
    Pity they dont fly to Belgrade.


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