Ryanair has today announced a major recruitment drive for 150 cabin crew to join its London Stansted base as customers continue to flock to Ryanair’s low fares, unrivalled route choice and exemplary service.
To help find the perfect candidates for these exciting new cabin crew roles, Ryanair is holding three recruitment events this January as follows:
Wednesday 10th January from 10:30am
Moulsham Mill Business Centre, Moulsham Mill Parkway, Chelmsford, CM2 7PX
Thursday, 18th January from 10:30am
Best Western The Rose and Crown Hotel, East St, Colchester, CO1 2TZ
Wednesday, 24th January from 10:30am
Holiday Inn, St George’s Way, Stevenage, SG1 1HS
Attendees will meet with some of Ryanair’s existing crew members and learn about life as cabin crew at Europe’s No.1 airline group and what these roles can offer them, including Ryanair’s industry leading 5 days on / 3 days off roster, excellent remuneration package, fast track career opportunities, a once-off ‘New Joiners’ Allowance’ of £1,200 as well as discounted travel, giving crew the opportunity to travel across Ryanair’s industry leading network of 230+ destinations.
Ryanair’s Chief People Officer, Darrell Hughes, said: “We are delighted to announce a major recruitment drive for 150 cabin crew positions at our London Stansted base and we invite those interested in applying to come along to one of three recruitment events taking place this January to meet the team and learn more about these exciting new roles.
As Europe’s No. 1 airline, these cabin crew opportunities offer candidates the chance to secure the best cabin crew jobs in aviation, where hard work is rewarded with fast-track promotions. Our cabin crew enjoy industry-leading “5 days on, 3 days off” rosters – equivalent to a bank holiday every week – fantastic remuneration packages, world class training, outstanding career development as well as a once-off ‘New-Joiners’ Allowance’ of £1,200.
We look forward to welcoming our new cabin crew members on board in Summer 2024, as Ryanair continues to grow to carry 300 million passengers by 2034.”