Twenty-five young people have been hired in Guinea-Bissau to work as flight attendants on Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM), announced in Bissau the Secretary of State for Transport and Communications (SETC).
The recruitment was carried out as part of “the good relations between the government of Guinea-Bissau, through the Secretary of State and the Moroccan airline,” according to the SETC statement.
The group is expected to travel from Guinea-Bissau to Casablanca (Morocco) in early 2016 to be allocated to the different aircraft of the Moroccan company.
Royal Air Maroc offers flights between Bissau and Lisbon via Casablanca every day except Tuesdays. (macauhub/GW)
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