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Vietjet’s Sky Career Festival Attracts Thousands in 2024

Vietjet - logoIn an unprecedented display of career opportunities, Vietjet Thailand hosted its largest job event in eight years, the ‘Sky Career Festival 2024’, at Paragon Cineplex in Siam Paragon. The festival provided thousands of attendees with a glimpse into diverse career paths within the aviation industry and marked the launch of the airline’s Major Cadet Pilot Training Program.

The event was graced by Mr Wannarat Srisuksai, Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Labor, who delivered a compelling opening speech. “This event brings together opportunities and visions within the aviation sector alongside Vietjet Thailand. I am pleased to support initiatives that cultivate young talent and enhance tourism through air travel. Vietjet Thailand is admired for its commitment to fostering careers in aviation for talented individuals. With gratitude to all participants pursuing their dreams, this event is a significant step towards achieving them,” stated Mr. Srisuksai.

Over 10,000 attendees thronged the venue, exploring a myriad of aviation career opportunities. Roles on offer ranged from pilots and cabin crew to engineers, safety and security personnel, and commercial staff. The event featured engaging activities, including panel discussions with industry professionals, interactive games with exclusive prizes, and lively performances, ensuring an enriching experience for all participants.

Reflecting on the event’s significance, Mr. Woranate Laprabang, Chief Executive Officer of Vietjet Thailand, said, “This is our largest job event over the last eight years, reflecting our commitment to further growth and innovation. We are excited to offer various job positions and meaningful career paths in the aviation industry. As we have been expanding our flight network and capacity to meet rising travel demands, to support our growing operations, we welcome new talents to join and together foster a dynamic environment where talent and passion can soar.”

One of the event’s key highlights was the signing of a strategic partnership agreement between Vietjet Thailand, Bangkok Aviation Center Public Company Ltd (BAC), and RMIT University’s Aviation Academy in Victoria, Australia. This collaboration marks the beginning of the Major Cadet Pilot Training Program, designed to nurture the next generation of skilled pilots through comprehensive training and development opportunities. Attendees at the festival had the exclusive opportunity to learn more about this program and how it can help them achieve their aviation dreams.

Since its inception in 2018, the Sky Career Festival has been an annual event, consistently providing participants with opportunities to develop their careers in a multinational working environment. Vietjet Thailand’s dedication to fostering careers in aviation extends beyond Thailand, encompassing the entire Asia region, particularly Vietnam.

As one of the leading airlines in the country, Vietjet Thailand is committed to providing employees with a conducive working environment, ample opportunities for career advancement, and excellent perks. The airline continues to expand its flight network. It offers significant career development opportunities, allowing the young generation and local labour force to pursue their dreams with various career options.

The ‘Sky Career Festival 2024’ has solidified Vietjet Thailand’s position as a premier employer in the aviation sector and showcased its unwavering commitment to nurturing talent and promoting career growth within the industry. With the successful launch of the Major Cadet Pilot Training Program and numerous other initiatives, Vietjet Thailand is poised to soar to greater heights, bringing a new generation of aviation professionals.

For more information about Vietjet Thailand and their career opportunities, visit Vietjet Thailand Careers.




Written by: Kanda Limw







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