Ryanair to recruit cabin crew at Dublin Airport

Airline says it is returning to growth following Covid travel bans

Ryanair hires cabin crew through an agency, Crewlink. Candidates will be trained at centre in Santry, Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Ryanair hires cabin crew through an agency, Crewlink. Candidates will be trained at centre in Santry, Dublin. Photograph: iStock

 

Ryanair is recruiting cabin crew for its Dublin base as it begins recovering from the impact of Covid travel curbs.

The airline is beginning to take delivery of what will be 210 new Boeing 737 8200 Max aircraft.

Ryanair announced on Thursday that it was recruiting cabin crew at its Dublin Airport base, although the airline did not say how many it could ultimately hire, as it had not decided on final allocations of its new aircraft.

“We expect to have significant numbers of cabin crew opportunities in all of our base countries,” the carrier said.

Ryanair hires cabin crew through an agency, Crewlink. Candidates will be trained at centre in Santry, Dublin.

Deputy director of human resources Mark Duffy said Ryanair is planning for a return to growth following the pandemic and aims to grow its business to 200 million passengers by 2026.