Nepal Airlines Vacancy 2079 – The government airline company Nepal Airlines Corporation has announced vacancy for open competition, internal competition and Work Capacity Assessment.
Nepal Airlines Vacancy 2079 – open competition
|Organization:||Nepal Airlines Corporation|
|Vacancy Published Date:||1 Poush 2079|
|Last Date To Apply:||21 Poush 2079 (28 Poush 2079 Double Fee)|
|Application Fee:|| Rs 1000 FOr Level 6 and Level 7|
Rs 500 for Level 4 and Level 5
|Vacancy Titles:||Senior Technical Officer|
Senior Account Officer
Senior Technician (Aviyonics)
Senior Technician (Airframe and Engine)
Senior Electrical Technician
Senior Ground Equipment Operator
|Number of vacancy:||138|
|Salary and Benefits:||As per company rules|
Point to consider
- Age limit for level 6 and 7 is 21 years – 35 years
- Age limit for 4 and 5 is 18 years – 35 years
- Age limit for Female and Disabled is age less than 40
- Equivalence certificate required if your education is from the abroad affiliated university.
- Application fee can be paid from Connect IPS.
- You can contact at 01-4220757 for further information.
- Administrative Level 4, 5 and 6 – Written Exam, Computer Test and Interview
- Written Exam and Interview for all remaining jobs.
When was the Nepal Airlines Vacancy Published?
1 poush 2079
What is the last date to apply for Nepal Airlines Vacancy ?
21 Poush 2079 (28 Poush 2079 Double Fee)
How can I pay the application fee for Nepal Airlines Vacancy ?
You can pay application fee from Connect IPS.
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Brief Information of Nepal Airline Corporation
The aviation history of Nepal started in the early 1950’s. Initially, neighbouring Indian aircraft used to land on a mere cow grazing place called Gaucharan in Kathmandu. There are tales that a pilot waiting to land there had to buzz the airfield several times to shoo the cows off it before landing.
Until 1951, only a few foreigners had penetrated Nepal. They were mainly British officers of the Gurkha troops, a few stray scholars and friends of the Royal family. Later on, Indian air companies started their operation for business purposes and connected Nepal with Indian cities. After the establishment of the national flag carrier, the RNA, the route expansion of civil aviation made extensive progress domestically and internationally.
The civil aviation service started in Nepal in 1953 with three old American -made DC-3 Dakotas belonging to an Indian company. After five years, Nepal established her registered airline, Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation in July 1958 with one DC-3. There were only 96 personnel then. Initially, its service was limited to Indian cities like Patna, Calcutta and Delhi in the International Sector and Simara, Pokhara and Biratnagar in the Domestic Sector. The facilities provided at that time were limited.
Royal Nepal took over an international schedule in 1960. Starting with a fleet of Douglas DC-3’s, the airline quickly moved on to the turboprop Fokker F-27.
The commissioning of the remarkable Twin Otter and Pilatus Porter aircraft into the Royal Nepal Airlines fleet in the 1970s brought about a quick and easy way of accessing many of the remote regions of the kingdom.
By the early 1970s, the airline had introduced Hawker Siddeley HS-748 turboprops, and Boeing 727 jet airliners were introduced in 1972 after Kathmandu’s runway had been extended for medium-sized jet operations. The Boeing 727s were gradually replaced by Boeing 757s.
At present, NAC operates 10 international destinations namely Riyadh, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Dubai, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Narita, Delhi, Mumbai & Bengaluru. In Domestic operations, it connects more than 25 destinations inside Nepal.