Ryanair announces recruitment drive to hire 200 more cabin crew members in Ireland 6 days ago

Ryanair announces recruitment drive to hire 200 more cabin crew members in Ireland

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As it prepares for the "busy summer" ahead, Ryanair has announced a major recruitment drive to hire 200 more cabin crew in Dublin.

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To support this, the airline will hold a recruitment event in its Engineering Building at Airside Business Park in Swords on Wednesday, 25 January from 10 am.

According to Ryanair, the day will begin with an "informative presentation" during which attendees will learn about life as cabin crew members.

This includes the airline's "five days on, three days off roster", "excellent" remuneration packages, "fantastic career progression opportunities", as well as its "discounted travel benefits, giving crew the opportunity to travel all across Ryanair’s 235 destination-wide network".

In a statement, Ryanair’s People Director Darrell Hughes said the airline is looking forward to welcoming the new cabin crew members on board in the lead-up to a busy summer.

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This is as it "grows to carry 225 million passengers by 2026".

“We are delighted to announce our cabin crew recruitment event taking place next Wednesday, 25 January as we seek to fill a further 200 Dublin-based cabin crew roles ahead of a busy Summer 2023," Hughes stated.

"As Ireland and Europe’s number one airline, these exciting Ryanair cabin crew opportunities offer candidates the chance to secure the best cabin crew jobs in aviation, where hard work is rewarded with fast-track career opportunities.

"Our cabin crew enjoy industry-leading 'five days on, three days off' rosters – equivalent to a bank holiday every week - fantastic remuneration packages, outstanding career development opportunities and world-class training."

Those interested in the roles should register via Ryanair Cabin Crew Recruitment Drive where they can find full details.

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