Korean Air to Hire Cabin Crew at Narita Base for First Time in Four Years

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Korean Air is set to resume hiring cabin crew for its Japan operations for the first time in four years.

The employment will be on a contract basis, with the initial contract lasting two years, and a one-time renewal for a maximum of three years. The basic salary is 91,220 yen, with a first-year flight allowance of 2,160 yen per hour. Approximately 30 candidates are being sought, with those selected expected to join the company from February 2024. The work location will be Narita International Airport.

Eligible applicants should have a minimum of an associate degree, a TOEIC score of at least 550 points or a pre-2nd grade of the EIKEN test, and must be physically fit for cabin duties with corrected vision of at least 1.0. Applications will be accepted via the Mynavi job change portal from November 24 to December 6.

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