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Nigeria Air set to launch new carrier, advertises vacancies

The airline is looking for captains, first officers, cabin crew members and engineers.

• September 23, 2022

The Federal Ministry of Aviation on Friday called for applications to fill various positions into the Nigeria Air Limited.

The ministry in a statement said it intends to bring Nigeria closer to the world through the operation of the new national carrier set to launch soon.

According to the ministry, Nigeria Air “will be launched shortly with Boeing 737-800 (NIG) aircraft, followed thereafter with B787 aircraft for international operations.”

The federal government has a five per cent stake in the airline, with the rest owned and controlled by an indigenous private investor and Ethiopian Airline.

Available positions include B737 Captains, B737 First Officers, B737 Senior Cabin Crew and Cabin Crew and B737 Engineers (B1/B2 preferred).

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