No. A Working Holiday Visa cannot be accepted. You must be able to apply for a European Union Passport.
What type of Passport do I need?
A valid European Union Passport and the right to work in any European Union member country.
What age do I have to be?
You must be 18 years of age or over.
What height do I have to be?
Minimum of 1.57m (5’ 2”) and maximum of 1.88m (6’ 2”) with weight in proportion to height.
If I successfully pass my Training Course, where will I be based?
You must be flexible to relocate as you could operate from any European Base within Ryanair Holdings PLC subject to operational requirements.
How many bases are there?
Currently Ryanair has 83 European Bases.
What are the normal working hours?
As Cabin Crew you will operate a shift pattern incorporating early, middle and late shifts.
What is the pay?
Competitive salary plus sales bonus – year 1 on target earnings of €20-€25k/£16-£21k.
When can I avail of Staff Travel Benefits?
Once you commence your employment and your Staff Travel Number has been registered.
Will I be paid while I am Training?
You will receive a Per Diem for each day of Training completed.
Where will my Training Course take place?
You will be advised of the next available Training Course date and location at your Recruitment Day.
What does the role of Cabin Crew involve?
Operating as Cabin Crew you are responsible for ensuring the safety and security of all passengers on board and carrying out all duties in line with company policies and procedures. You must be highly motivated with a friendly and outgoing personality and take pride in providing the highest level of customer service. The role involves teamwork and a positive “can do” attitude.
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