Airlines across the country are recruiting for cabin crew staff – and experience is not required.
There are a series of recruitment days coming for anyone considering a career as a cabin crew member with Ryanair.
The airline has 87 bases and flies to more than 200 destinations across 34 countries.
Ryanair says: “Full training is provided by Ryanair and prior experience is not necessary. We currently have over 9,000 cabin crew who are responsible for maintaining the highest industry safety standards whilst providing a best in class customer service experience to our 130 million passengers. If you enjoy travelling, meeting new people and have excellent customer service skills then we would be delighted to hear from you.”
Where and when is Ryanair holding its recruitment days?
Castle Donnington – April 26
Derby – May 4
Manchester – April 17, April 27 and May 16
London – April 25, April 27, May 11, May 16 and May 30.
To apply, head here .
EasyJet is holding assessment days for cabin crew. There are none in the North East, so you’d have to head to Luton or Gatwick.
Again, direct experience is not necessary, although you’ll have an advantage if you’ve worked in a customer facing role before.
Apply here .
When and where is EasyJet holding assessment days?
London Gatwick – April 8, 19 and 20
London Gatwick – April 30
London Gatwick – May 1 and 2
London Gatwick – May 15, 16 and 17
London Luton – April 16 and 17
London Luton – April 25 and 26
London Luton – May 8 and 9
British Airways is recruiting cabin crew staff to work from Gatwick Airport.
The airline says: “A real team player, you’ll work closely with colleagues to make great things happen for our customers. Crucially, you’re always ready to adapt to change and innovation.
“Whether you’re responding to changing conditions mid-flight or trying out a brand new service, you will aspire to be the very best, with customers at the forefront of your mind.
“You will have plenty of opportunity to make a difference. It’s all about flying our customers in style to a wide range of destinations including Ibiza, Barbados and Bermuda, taking care to provide experiences that set us apart from the competition. By making sure customers are looked after, you’ll strengthen the relationship we have with them.”
Apply here .
If you’re feeling adventurous and don’t mind moving to Dubai, then you could consider a career working for Emirates and flying around the world.
You must be at least 21 and 160cm tall though, and fluency in other languages is desirable.
Apply here .