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easyJet Gatwick, England

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Employees rate Gatwick 5% higher than the overall average

easyJet Gatwick, England Reviews

  • "Cabin crew LGW"

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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Cabin Crew in Gatwick, England
    Current Employee - Cabin Crew in Gatwick, England
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at easyJet full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great pay after the first year (nearly double what other legacy airlines pay their crew)
    Good organisation of time; (5 minute briefings, 30 minute turnarounds)
    Treated well and a lot of progression opportunities
    Brand new aircraft to work on
    Share scheme
    Staff travel
    Leave is amazing

    Cons

    Watching your own back with the fear of being reported but this is only with a very small number of crew
    Not enough sandwiches loaded onto busy flights (TFS, DLM) Which results in lost revenue

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the great work!!!!! ensure the right amount of produce is available onboard to sell

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easyJet Gatwick, England Photos

easyJet photo of: Neo 320

easyJet Gatwick, England Jobs

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easyJet Gatwick, England Salaries

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£13,393 per year
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£1,268 monthly
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£16,767 per year
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easyJet Gatwick, England Interviews

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    Cabin Crew Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Gatwick, England
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at easyJet (Gatwick, England) in February 2018.

    Interview

    assessment day at Gatwick
    The day starts at 8:30. when you arrive you sign in and go to the cafeteria. when you get to the cafeteria talk to fellow candidates as you are being watched from you first walk in to see how you interact with strangers. you get measured and return to cafeteria. once everyone has been measured you are taken upstairs to a room. there are about 8 tables which will contain 4 candidates and 1 or 2 assessors will sit at the table. the first thing is a short introduction from the assessors and a presentation. once the presentation has been completed. you will receive your first task. for this task you have to match customers up with there lost luggage. this involves reading out clues, figuring out the destination they are going to, their age and what they have lost. you are given 15 minutes. in the last 3 minutes you are given 3 clues to help the team out. after this you are given a presentation about Easyjet. the ask the group questions such as where was Easyjet started, what year and what were the first routes, what aircraft they fly (make sure you mention the A320 Neo), who was the previous CEO and who is the current CEO. after this the assessors return to the room and you start your second task. this task is about the ways you would deal with different types of customers and what you would do in certain situations. 2 examples are: its a passengers 6th birthday today, the second one is a disabled customer needs assistance getting on and off the aircraft. you have 15 minutes to discuss it in your group and there are 8 customer scenarios. the third and final group activity is to create an inflight magazine. there is a list of what can go in there and how many pages the section will take up. you are given 10 points and your are allowed 8 double sided pages so 16 one sided pages. for this you have 12 minutes to work as a team and decide. then you must present your idea to the assessor. everyone must speak for this part. during all these activities the assessors are making notes about your team so it is important you interact well. after this you go for lunch. during this time the assessors choose who get an interview. you are taken back into the room and if your name gets called out you get taken to a room with the others and told that you would not be going to the next stage. I did not make it to the interview stage so Im not sure what questions they will ask. overall is was hard but very fun and interesting

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