Applications are invited for suitably qualified candidates for Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022, Careers & Job Vacancies as portal is open till deadline. Green Africa Airways Ltd is a Nigerian start-up airline, based in Lagos, Nigeria which was founded in 2015 and commenced flights on 12th August 2021.
Green Africa Airways limited Recruitment 2022. Green Africa is a value airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. We are a new carrier that offers safe, reliable and affordable air travel to a much broader group of customers. This positions us as a significant contributor to the economic development of Nigeria and the African continent.
Latest Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
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1.) Specialist, Customer Service Training
2.) Customer Service Agent (gFuture)
Locations: Abuja and Lagos
3.) Turnaround Agent (gFuture)
Locations: Abuja and Lagos
4.) Quality & Safety Inspector / Auditor
5.) Manager, Talent Operation
6.) Ancillary & Catering Specialist
7.) Second Officer – ATR 72-600
8.) Customer Care Specialist @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
9.) Fraud & Revenue Assurance Manager
10.) First Officer – ATR 72-600 @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
11.) Financial Accounting Manager @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
12.) Pilot – Commander of ATR 72
13.) First Officer – ATR 72-600 @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
14.) Second Officer @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
15.) Second Officer – ATR 72-600 @ Green Africa Airways Recruitment 2022
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ABOUT GREEN AFRICA AIRWAYS LIMITED
Green Africa Airways was founded on 15 June 2015 by Babawande Afolabi, who serves as the chief executive officer. It was a new low-cost carrier targeting the Nigerian air travel market. Operations were originally planned to start in 2019, but have since been delayed.
In mid-2018, the airline received the necessary operating licenses from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority. Green Africa’s Board of directors consists of industry veterans including Tom Horton, former chairman and CEO of American Airlines; William Shaw, current CEO of Interjet; Virasb Vahidi, former CCO of American Airlines; Wale Adeosun, founder and CEO of Kuramo Capital; and Gbenga Oyebode, founder and Chairman of Aluko & Oyebode.
In late 2018, Green Africa announced a letter of intent for 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, with an option for a further 50 aircraft. It was the largest order intention Boeing had ever received from an African airline. The order was valued $11.7 billion, according to list prices.
However, this letter of intent was withdrawn in February 2020, and the airline instead opted to sign a memorandum of understanding for 50 Airbus A220-300s, which – if actually placed – would also be the largest order Airbus has ever received from an African carrier. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2021.
In order to bridge the gap between the first delivery, Green Africa has agreed to lease three A220-300s from GTLK Europe, so that operations would start in 2020, but these were also not delivered. In August 2020, Green Africa announced ex-Chief Financial Officer of SpiceJet – Kiran Koteshwar as the new Group Chief Financial officer starting from September 2020.
On 12 August 2021 the airline commenced operations with the first flight touching down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, Nigeria.