TravelSpan to hire local flight attendants

TravelSpan and Vision Airlines are inviting applications from university graduates to fill the positions of flight attendants to staff an additional aircraft that will be put into service on February 15.

In a joint press release the companies said that Vision Airlines will be adding a 767-300 and two 767-200 aircraft to its fleet in addition to its 737 and Dornier aircraft.

The company is seeking applications from persons who have the ability to learn quickly, communicate effectively and those with excellent time management skills and amiable personalities. “University graduates are preferred,” the press release said.

Interested persons can submit their applications, complete with a photograph to career@travelspan.com

TravelSpan started a non-stop service between New York and Georgetown in December. The company is also examining regional flights from Guyana that, accompanied by the decision to hire local flight attendants, will position TravelSpan to better serve Guyana. For more information, enquiries can be made at Travelspan.com, via the company’s Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn pages or at its local office at 227-1701.

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