Ryanair plans to take on more than 2,000 cabin crew in 2017 to handle the airline’s massive growth ambitions.
Six UK assessment days are to be held before the end of the year as part of a Europe-wide recruitment process.
The budget airline’s training and recruitment partner Crewlink will be running the assessment days in Manchester, Belfast, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
No experience is required – “with a life of travel, adventure and amazing career opportunities on offer to successful candidates,” according to the carrier, which aims to carry 200 million passengers a year by 2024.
Crewlink general manager Andrew Swan said: “Crewlink will be recruiting for 2,000-plus cabin crew positions throughout Europe over the coming weeks.
“A highly competitive package is on offer to successful applicants including a three-year employment contract to operate as cabin crew on Ryanair aircraft, a €1,200 new joiner’s allowance, excellent staff travel rates, adventure and amazing career opportunities with Europe’s favourite airline.”