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easyJet Paris (France)

easyJet Paris (France) Reviews

  • "Flight attendant - Cabin manager"

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    Former Employee - Cabin Crew (Full Time) in Paris (France)
    Former Employee - Cabin Crew (Full Time) in Paris (France)
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    Pros

    Amazing training - Great team work - the crews are trained to work together and support each other. A real pleasure to come to work every day!!!

    Cons

    The only cons are the ones you know you will have from being a flight attendant which I absolutely loved! Definitely not a 9 to 5 but we still were able to have a life.

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easyJet Paris (France) Interviews

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    Flight Attendant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Paris (France)
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at easyJet (Paris (France)) in January 2019.

    Interview

    I had to take an online exam. There were personal questions but unlike the interview processes of Delta and United, Easy Jet did not require a video Q & A. I thought it odd that the test was really about whether I could follow directions but they didn't really find out much about me the person.

    Interview Questions

    • I had to answer questions about a fake company. These questions required deductions skills and speed. They informed me prior to beginning that no one actually finishes the test. I made a few mistakes in the beginning by trying to hurry through it. It felt like a comprehensive exam from High School. I figured out that I just neede to read the questions thoroughly and then search through the different topics such as Holiday pay, or over time to find the correct answers.   Answer Question
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