RYANAIR FLIGHT ATTENDANT SALARY/BENEFITS

  • A fixed term contract for 3 years with a Cabin Crew agency who are
    contracted to supply cabin crew to Ryanair
  • Excellent earnings based on your efforts - new contract crew can expect to
    earn £900-£1,100/€1,100-€1,400 per month after tax in year 1.
  • New Joiners' Allowance £1,000 / €1,200 over first 6 months
  • After 12 Months: an EXTRA £250/€325 annual allowance for uniforms, ID's
    and Medicals
  • Great promotional opportunities with the potential to join Ryanair and earn
    in excess of £25,000/€30,000 gross per annum after just one year. After 6
    months you may be eligible for a position directly employed with Ryanair
    and after 12 months you may be eligible for promotion to a Customer
    Service Supervisor.
  • New friends, fun, amazing opportunities and real job satisfaction
  • Generous travel benefits from day one, giving you the opportunity to fly
    abroad on your days off. Rome for lunch! Or Skiing in Austria!

A Customer Service Supervisor promotion would involve:

  • Increased responsibility as you manage a team of three other Cabin Crew
    on each flight
  • Increased pay - Ryanair Supervisors based in the UK & Ireland earn
    approximately earn £25,000/€30,000 gross per annum
  • Increased Staff Travel benefits (including discounted travel on other airlines)
Airline Cabin salary package/benefits
for New Cabin Crew
RyanAir
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