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Ryanair Overview

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Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)
10000+ employees
1985
Company - Public (RYAAY)
Airlines
£2 to £5 billion (GBP) per year
Competitors

easyJet, Aer Lingus

A pioneer in European discount air travel, Ryanair Holdings offers low-fare, no-frills air transportation via its main subsidiary, Ryanair. The carrier flies to about 160 destinations, including more than two dozen in Ireland and the UK; overall, it serves more than 25 countries ... Read more

Ryanair Reviews

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    Current Employee - Airline Pilot

    I have been working at Ryanair full-time

    Pros

    5 on, 4 off roster. Pay.

    Cons

    The industry can be subject to challenges like corona virus grounding.

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Ryanair Interviews

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    Flight Crew Training Coordinator Interview

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    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Ryanair in August 2019.

    Interview

    I was called just two days after applying and had a brief phone interview/ chat about the role and requirements, which was followed with an offer of an interview the following week. I attended the interview with plenty of time, but was left waiting and it later turned out I was given incorrect instructions on where to wait so ended up being late. When it eventually started, the interview was rushed but I was given generally positive indications and the interviewers were friendly. I was told I would hear back in a few days time but after over 2 weeks of no contact and not responding to emails or calls, I finally got an email to say I had been unsuccessful. No idea why it took so long to get a response, the whole process needed to be improved, as by the end I was reconsidering if I wanted to work for the company even if I had got an offer of employment.

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