Tag: cabin crew

easyJet
EasyJet Offers Generous Bonuses to Recruit Crew

Reading Time: < 1 minute EasyJet will offer new and existing cabin crew a £1,000 bonus at the end of the summer holiday season since the staff shortage continues to grow. According to the airline, “EasyJet will pay its cabin crew a recognition payment at the end of the summer season to recognize their contribution to the operation this summer, […]

Wizz Air
Wizz Air’s UK Cabin Crew See Biggest Ever Pay Rise

Reading Time: < 1 minute From 1 April, junior flight attendants having less than 9 months’ experience will receive a minimum of £18,000, with target-related bonuses up to £23,450. Cabin crew with more than 10 months’ experience will earn £20,480 and will be able to add another £6,000 to their pay packet if they hit targets. Senior cabin crew will […]

Asia Pacific in Great Need for Commercial Airline Personnel

Reading Time: < 1 minute Over the third of projected global demand for commercial aviation personnel, to be more precise, 816,000 new commercial aviation employees, would be greatly needed in the Asia Pacific region over the 20 years period, Boeing reports. In terms of pilots, Boeing forecasts that in the upcoming two decades the region will see the demand for […]

Ryanair Plans Hundreds of Pilot and Cabin Crew Job Cuts

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair, an Irish low-cost carrier, has warned about upcoming job cuts mainly amid falling earnings, delayed deliveries of still grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and ongoing Brexit uncertainties. Just recently Ryanair announced a 21% drop in quarterly earnings which happened due to higher fuel costs, faltering economies and a fare war. Last month the carrier […]

Ryanair Cancels 190 Flights Grounding 30,000 Passengers on Friday

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair has cancelled 190 of its 2,400 scheduled flights (8%) on Friday blaming strikes by cabin crew based in Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, Italy and Germany. Although the company has not revealed which flights had been cancelled in particular, travelling plans of 30,000 passengers have been affected. Therefore, the airline said all the passengers […]

Ryanair Threatens to Cut German Jobs as Strike to Ground 150 Flights

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair says it will cancel 150 flights out of 400 scheduled to fly to and from Germany on Wednesday due to a 24-hour strike by pilots and cabin crew. German pilots union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) has called on Ryanair to agree to mediation in its dispute over pay and terms, but there has been disagreement […]

Demand for Aviation Personnel in Asia Pacific Skyrockets

Reading Time: 2 minutes Boeing reports that the Asia Pacific region will have the greatest global demand for new civil aviation personnel over the next 20 years. The region is projected to account for 33 percent of the global need for pilots, 34 percent for technicians and 36 percent for cabin crew. The 2018 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook […]

Job Growth Expected in Three Major Areas of Aviation Industry

Reading Time: 2 minutes IATA has revealed the results of a global survey of over 100 leading industry HR professionals at airlines, airports and ground service providers, carried out by Circle Research. Its aim is to learn more about how HR decision-makers were managing the retention, training and recruiting of skilled professionals to fill the anticipated job gaps. Results […]

Ryanair Warns of Job Losses after Cutting Dublin Fleet by 20%

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ryanair’s Board approved a plan to cut its Dublin based fleet from 30 to 24 aircraft for the winter 2018 season. These reductions have been driven by the rapid growth of Ryanair’s Polish charter airline. This airline is growing profitably in 2018, allied to a down turn in forward bookings and airfares in Ireland partly […]

Preventing Human Trafficking by Empowering Aircraft Cabin Crew

Reading Time: 2 minutes Aircraft cabin crew will now have better tools to help them prevent human trafficking on commercial flights after the launch of new ICAO-OHCHR Guidelines for Training Cabin Crew on Identifying and Responding to Trafficking in Persons. The new guidelines were unveiled this morning at an ICAO-OHCHR Forum taking place in Geneva, and are seen as […]