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  • Luton, United Kingdom
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
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  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Charter Air Travel
  • $1 to $2 billion (USD)


Thomson Airways spreads more than a little British around the world. Formerly Thomsonfly, the airline is one of the UK's largest charter airlines, flying about 8 million passengers annually from some 20 UK airports to about 80 destinations in some 40 countries. The carrier is ...

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21 Apr 2017 - Cabin Crew
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Great company to work for, they look after you so much


Unsociable hours for cabin crew however that is the nature of the job
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  1. Cabin Crew Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Luton, East of England, England, England
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    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Thomsonfly (Luton, East of England, England, England) in Jan 2017


    Sales and service orientated activities, clear that the company wants to employ quality people unlike other carriers. Classy!

    During the application, you apply with your CV and a few mandatory questions. You get sent a link for a video interview, where you record your answers to two questions so you can show off your personality.

    On the assessment day, you have to be prepared before the interview, you must write two 30 second PA's to sell an item on the cafe menu and the other for one retail item. You present this to a group of candidates and assessors - having a personality is a must!
    Maths test, don't worry, you can use a calculator followed by a group discussion to assess your communication and negotiation skills.
    If you are able to get through to the second stage of the interview process, you will have some roleplay exercises to demonstrate your sales style and how you deal with unexpected situations.
    The interview is competency based so you should come prepared with your stories.

    It was a really nice day although very quiet for candidate numbers, but that gave us the chance to really shine. Well done Thomson!

    Competency based questions at interview, understand how you you deal with situations. They really do get to know you.

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