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Untitled design - 1Solomon Airlines has welcomed 15 new cabin crew to the airline’s ranks on the Wednesday 27th March with the graduation of 11 new recruits and four experienced cabin crew returning after their employment paused due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

The fifteen cabin crew members all passed major requirements with exceptional results, including Solomon Airlines cabin crew initial training for the domestic De Havilland Dash 8 aircraft type and initial training for the international Airbus A320.

They now join the company and will work within various Solomon Airlines departments to gain general knowlege while awaiting their line training for domestic De Havilland Dash 8 aircraft and Airbus A320.

”We are tremendously proud of their achievement and pleased to be increasing our cabin crew workforce once again,” said Florence Padabela, Solomon Airlines Manager of Cabin Crew.

“This high calibre recruitment is intake is well timed, as we continue to expand our operations, including our partnership services with Air Vanuatu,” she added.

The graduating cabin crew have all successfully completed initial training which took place locally during January and February.

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Training for the Airbus A320 international aircraft also commenced locally in February, and will continue with practical training taking place this month in Brisbane.

Monica Utukana Solomon Airlines Manager of Human Resources publicly congratulated the new cabin crew members.

“We warmly congratulate each and every one of our new cabin crew members for their outstanding efforts in passing their training and welcome them to the Solomon Airlines family.

“This is the start of a wonderful career for everyone and as our frontline representatives, we look forward to their contribution, caring for our customers, in terms of safety, and especially to providing high quality customer service to our travelling public,” she said.