BUDDING flight attendants take note, Ryanair is on the search. 

And don’t worry if your passport is lacking in stamps, no previous experience is required as the company states full training will be given.

In addition, successful candidates will be given the opportunity to be based at any European Ryanair base, perfect for the more adventurous.

There are currently more than 9,000 cabin crew working for the low-cost carrier, helping to deliver 130 million passengers a year to their destination.

The recruitment days in Spain are:

12/4/2018Vigo
13/4/2018Málaga
13/4/2018Madrid
18/4/2018Valencia
19/4/2018Sevilla
20/4/2018Barcelona
27/4/2018Alicante
02/5/2018Madrid
04/5/2018Málaga
08/5/2018Salamanca
10/5/2018Murcia
10/5/2018A Coruña
16/5/2018Granada
16/5/2018Cádiz
18/5/2018Madrid
18/5/2018Málaga
23/5/2018Tarragona
23/5/2018Sevilla
24/5/2018Valencia
25/5/2018Barcelona
31/5/2018Palma de Mallorca

1 COMMENT

  1. “no previous experience is required as the company states full training will be given.”
    What they will tell you if you are selected is that you have to pay for your training, it’s an agency that trains cabin crew and the with the certificate you may be employed by Ryanair or any other Airline.

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