Mon, 05 Oct 2020 13:33 - Updated Mon, 05 Oct 2020 13:32
TAAG cancels recruitment tender
Luanda - The Angolan Air Transport Company (TAAG) annulled the public tender, announced in September 2019, to fill 70 assistant / flight attendant positions, due to the covid-19 pandemic.
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TAAG cancels public tender
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In an announcement published in the 3rd edition of this month, of the State-run daily Jornal de Angola, the company justifies the measure with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which "caused an unprecedented crisis".
According to TAAG, this had repercussions in the activity of the public company, being necessary to implement an internal reorganization plan.
In this context, for reasons of force majeure, TAAG says it was forced to cancel the aforementioned recruitment tender, published in Jornal de Angola on September 3, 2019.
For further details, it invites candidates to contact the Company's Human Resources Department.
In the midst of an "atypical process" of mass reimbursement of passengers unable to travel since March due to restrictions imposed by Covid-19, TAAG resumed, on 14 September, the inter-provincial flights to facilitate ticket holders.
According to the forecasts of TAAG's CEO, Rui Carreira, it is estimated losses of USD 270 million, until the end of the 2020 economic year.
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