Exciting cabin crew job opportunities available in France

Ryanair

2021/08/02 | 318 words | AEROCONTACT | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Exciting cabin crew job opportunities available in France © Boeing

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (29 Jul) announced a major recruitment drive for Cabin Crew for its Malta Air French bases in Paris Beauvais, Bordeaux, Marseille and Toulouse as Ryanair recovers and rebuilds from the Covid-19 pandemic. Ryanair has renewed its partnership with Crewlink, who specialise in the recruitment & training of cabin crew. Training will take place at state-of-the-art cabin crew training centres in Europe for cabin crew positions based in France and other Ryanair bases across Europe as we crew aircraft deliveries in advance of Summer 2022.

Ryanair has now taken delivery of its first Boeing 737-8200 “Gamechanger” aircraft, which help Ryanair lower costs, cut fuel consumption and lower noise and CO2 emissions. This investment in new aircraft deepens Ryanair’s environmental commitment as Europe’s greenest, cleanest major airline and also creates these new cabin crew job opportunities.

Ryanair’s Deputy Director HR – Head of Talent, Mark Duffy said:

“We are delighted to announce this cabin crew jobs drive with these Malta Air positions available in France as well as other Ryanair bases across Europe & The UK as we crew aircraft deliveries in advance of Summer 2022, working with our cabin crew recruitment partner, Crewlink. These exciting opportunities offer candidates the chance to secure the best cabin crew jobs in aviation and the chance to work with Europe’s largest airline group, where hard work is rewarded with fast track career opportunities. Our Cabin Crew enjoy free training, great pay, industry leading rosters, outstanding career development and world class training. Throughout the pandemic, Ryanair has worked closely with our people to save jobs and we are delighted to start planning for a return to growth over the coming years as we recover from the Covid-19 crisis and grow to 200m guests by FY2026. Suitable candidates should have excellent customer service skills and love to travel!’’.


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