Aviation

Bonza begins search for customer facing ‘legends’

Australia’s newest airline is on the hunt for fresh talent to join its growing team of ‘legends’.

Bonza, Australia’s only independent low-cost carrier, is searching for cabin crew and cabin supervisors to join the team at its home base at the Sunshine Coast Airport and second base at Melbourne Airport.

The operations control centre will also be based out of the Sunshine Coast and with it will come more roles but for now, the new airline is focussing on finalising the customer-facing cabin crew and supervisor roles, collectively known as the “in-flight customer experience team”, who will take customers to the initial 17 destinations Bonza will fly to.

“This is a big opportunity for customer experience experts to join us in our mission to be Here for Allstralia. What’s more, after a day connecting Aussies to many new leisure destinations, our legends will be able to return home to the Sunshine Coast or Melbourne,” said Tim Jordan, CEO of Bonza.

“We have had huge amounts of interest in jobs at Bonza, including off the back of our recent uniform launch where we announced cabin crew can mix and match items from our truly inclusive uniform range.

“We are about giving our legends choice, allowing their personalities to shine and empowering them to deliver the best in-flight experience possible.”

The airline said applicants for cabin crew roles would ideally have 12 or more months experience on B737, Airbus or E-Jet.

“If you haven’t flown before, that’s ok, delivering a Bonza inflight experience for our customers is key and we’d still love to hear from you,” Jordan added.

Interested applicants wanting to become a Bonza legend can go HERE.



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