Cover letter for dnata driver(4 samples)

This article will list samples of “cover letters for dnata driver .”

How to write a dnata driver cover letter

When applying for a driving position at dnata, your cover letter is an opportunity for you to tell your story, without being stuck in the formatting constraints of the resume. The best format for writing a cover letter is:

  • Address the employer with a formal salutation. For example, “Dear/Hello (name of the recipient).” If you do not know the recipient’s name, you can refer to them as the hiring manager.
  • The next step is to state the position you are applying for and how you found the opening. 
  • Make a brief statement about why you’re interested in the position. Write a paragraph about why you are the perfect candidate for the job.
  • State your skills and work experience. Ensure your skills and experiences are similar to the job position. When highlighting skills, provide the accomplishment you have achieved. 
  • Conclude your letter with a forward-looking statement. For example, “I look forward to discussing the position with you further.”

Sample 1:

“Dear Ms. Donna Jose,

I am writing in regard to the Airport Driver posting for Dnata Airways because I am very interested in applying for this position.

I have more than three years of experience driving a shuttle bus in which I transported passengers back and forth between a hotel and the airport. During this time, I acquired outstanding interpersonal skills that help me connect with my passengers, so I can help them relax and feel comfortable during transit. I believe this is a very important part of the job because it helps to bring in repeat business.

In addition to my experience driving a shuttle bus, I have a valid CDL license and a clean driving record. I am physically able to lift, stoop, bend and perform other physical aspects of the job such as loading and unloading luggage.

I have the ability to follow work schedules and perform tasks in a timely manner and the ability to deliver passengers to their destinations in a safe and efficient manner. I can also help them enter and exit the vehicle when needed and handle passengers with special needs.

I can perform daily maintenance on the vehicle to help keep it running smoothly and I know what signs to look for that indicate the vehicle needs to be check out by a mechanic. I am also familiar with using two-way radios so I can communicate with the office and other drivers.

I believe that I am qualified for this position and I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to meet with you in person. Please call (555)-555-5555.



Bertha Trantham

Encl: Resume”

Sample 2:

“Dear Mr. Penn:

As a passionate Driver with a verifiable safe driving record, I offer my services as a Driver to dnata. My current driver’s license and good driving history make me a perfect contender for this role.

As you can see in the attached resume, some highlights of my qualifications include:

Charting out appropriate routes within the city and on interstate roads.

Using GPS and conventional maps without diverting attention.

Cleaning and maintaining vehicles regularly.

Familiar with common causes of breakdown and able to perform minor repairs.

Particular focus on the safety of passengers and vehicles.

Besides that, I am a mild-mannered driver with great patience that allows me to wait for long hours if required. My previous employers commended my customer service skills, integrity, and hard work many times.

With my excellent driving track record, coupled with my professionalism and dependability, I believe I could exceed your expectations. I’d like to discuss my driving expertise and your specific requirements in detail.

Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.


Ian Bard

(000) 141-0101

Attachment. resume”

Sample 3:

“Ms. Donna Young

Hiring Manager


23 West Ave

Clearfield, UT 58021

Dear Ms. Young:

As a dependable and detail-oriented Driver, I am poised to work for Dnata. I offer exceptional driving skills, a good driving record, excellent hand-eye coordination, and superb communication skills.

For the past 12 years, I have been driving different kinds of vehicles to transport passengers and materials. I am familiar with all locations and addresses around Clearfield and possess the ability to read maps and use GPS to navigate different routes.

My experience in providing supportive services for unloading and loading merchandise helped me succeed throughout y career. Moreover, my advanced knowledge of vehicle troubleshooting allows me to make minor repairs myself and ensure preventive maintenance.

I am convinced that I am the best candidate for this position as I possess all traits that you are seeking in your next driver. I will email you after a few days to follow up. In the meantime, I can be reached at (000) 253-9654.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


John Blake”

Sample 4:

“Dear Mr. Shatner:

I am responding to your job posting for a Driver at dnata, located on With vast experience in driving the company’s cars, vans, and delivery, trucks, I feel confident that I am a perfect fit.

As can be seen in the attached resume, the following qualifications perfectly complement your job description:

  • Track record of safely driving a variety of company vehicles.
  • Well-versed in pre/post-trip inspection and repairing vehicles.
  • Demonstrated ability to identify short and safe routes by using GPS and regular maps.
  • Able to perform both preventative and general maintenance on vehicles to ensure optimum functioning.

If you are in need of a vigorous driver who is eager to contribute to the success of your company, then we should speak. I will call you next week to answer your questions and can be reached at (000) 444-9685.

Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincere regards,

Jeremy Spock”

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can a cover letter hurt your chances?

Yes, a bad cover letter can hurt your chances just as much as a good one can help. That’s why three words can stop you cold while you’re searching for jobs: “Cover letter optional.”

What are the elements of a cover letter?

The Four Parts of a Cover Letter

  • Address the Recruiter by Name.
  • Address the Company’s Needs.
  • Tell the Recruiter Why You Want to Work Here.
  • Tell Them How to Reach You.

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