MANILA, Philippines -- Flag-carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) is now opening recruitment for additional pilots and cabin crew for its fleet expansion.
The airline said applicants for the position of captain and second officers in the Visayas area may drop off their resumes, together with copies of their licenses, medical records and official flying hours, to the PAL Job Fair at Radisson Blu Hotel in Cebu City on October 12 to 14 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A cabin crew recruitment is also ongoing for applicants from Central, Eastern and Western Visayas. Registration, accommodation and screening of cabin crew applicants starts at 8 a.m. and closes at 10 a.m. Processing of applications is until 5 p.m.
Interested parties should bring their updated resumes with a close-up shot and full-body photo and should come in business attire -- long-sleeved polo with necktie, black slacks and leather shoes for the men; and corporate blazer, inner blouse and knee-length skirt for the women.
Female applicants must have their hair tied in a bun, put on full make up and wear stockings with high-heeled closed shoes. Male applicants must have a neat haircut that's well-trimmed.
PAL also reminds applicants that they should be Filipino citizens, not more than 27 years old, college graduate and can speak both English and Filipino.
Female applicants must be single, at least 5-foot-3, while male applicants should be preferably single, and at least 5-foot-6. Weight must be proportionate to height. Clear complexion, good set of teeth, perfect vision (20/20) or with contact lenses but not beyond (20/30) are also part of the criteria.
PAL is also looking for in-flight Chinese interpreters. Applicants for this position must be have the basic criteria as cabin crew aspirants, but in addition, must be fluent in Mandarin and Fookien.