Hundreds of cabin and flight crew jobs with Wizz Air at Doncaster Sheffield Airport

If you’ve always dreamed of a career in the sky, Wizz Air is running a cabin crew and flight crew recruitment drive at its base at Doncaster Sheffield Airport.

Four recruitment events will take place in Doncaster in March and April for budding talent.

As part of Wizz Air’s cabin crew recruitment campaign, the airline will host a series of events, taking place at the Holiday Inn Doncaster in March and April, offering prospective cabin crew members the opportunity to learn more about Wizz Air and apply on the day for airline cabin crew positions.

For these sessions, candidates should arrive promptly at 9:00 a.m., with an up-to-date CV, and be prepared for a full day of activities, including personal introductions, situational role-playing, team exercises and an interview. individual.

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Wizz Air welcomes applications from experienced crew members, as well as those with no prior experience.

Cabin crew members who join Wizz Air can expect a competitive salary at one of Europe’s fastest growing and greenest airlines, cutting-edge training, a salary for the initial training period, a free uniform, unlimited tickets for employees, free tickets and fantastic discounts for friends and family and a monthly calendar.

Cabin and flight crew will work in a friendly, supportive and multicultural environment, with access to a variety of exciting career progression opportunities at Wizz Air, which currently operates in over 50 countries.

Wizz Air’s recruitment campaign for cabin crew at Doncaster Sheffield Airport follows a period of continued expansion for the airline, including a new deal signed with the airport last year which will see additional routes on sale for summer 2022 to destinations including Fuerteventura, Larnaca, Faro, Mallorca and Bourgas.

Since opening its base at Doncaster Sheffield Airport in October 2020, Wizz Air has offered a range of routes to customers across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North Nottinghamshire, creating jobs, boosting the economy and bringing greater connectivity to the region.

It is also recruiting new pilots, who will have the opportunity to operate the airline’s ever-growing fleet of young, modern and sustainable Airbus A320s and A321s.

The airline welcomes applications from experienced captains and co-pilots, as well as those with no flight experience. Interested candidates can apply online here: Marion Geoffroy, Managing Director of Wizz Air UK, said: “The past two years have been an exciting time. expansion for Wizz Air, and we are excited to grow our cabin and flight crew across the UK as capacity and demand continue to increase ahead of the summer season.

“Regardless of experience, we are committed to providing our crews with a clear career path and development opportunities, as well as role models for alignment to enable better work-life balance.

“We look forward to meeting future cabin crew members at our recruitment events, to learn more about the exciting opportunities we offer. If you are looking to meet new friends, discover new places and take on a new challenge, do not hesitate to apply today!

Kate Stow, Director of Aviation Development and Corporate Affairs at DSA, said: “We are delighted to support Wizz Air in its campaign to recruit new cabin crew members, helping them find local talent. to grow their team.

“This is an exciting development and a positive step forward as we look forward to a relaunched summer for international travel and our passengers will be able to fly again. We are proud to be part of Wizz’s continued growth. Air in the UK and we look forward to inviting people to come and get their careers in aviation off the ground.”

The recruitment campaign will take place on: 9th March, 24th March, 9th April and 19th April at the Holiday Inn Doncaster A1 (M) Jct.36, High Rd, Warmsworth, Doncaster, DN4 9UX.

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