Tata group chairman emeritus Ratan Tata said he was delighted with the response that AirAsia India received to hiring of flight attendants, interviews for which were held in Chennai.
“Delighted with fantastic response to AirAsia hiring of flight attendants. Great opportunity for
young Indians. Makes me feel very proud,” Tata tweeted.
AirAsia India is the Indian arm of the AirAsia Group. The budget carrier has established AirAsia India, a 49:30:21 joint venture between AirAsia, Tata Sons and Telstra Tradeplace of Indian investor Arun Bhatia.
As many as 3,500 candidates reportedly appeared for the cabin crew interviews for the 100 available positions.
Interviews for India-based captains and first officers would be held in Bangalore and applications would be accepted till April 19.