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  • We are in Berlin in May! Cabin Crew Assessment Days:

    2nd & 3rd May 2018 – Holiday Inn Berlin Airport (SXF)
    15th & 16th May 2018 – Holiday Inn Berlin City West (TXL)
    30th & 31st May 2018 – Holiday Inn Berlin Airport (SXF)

    Apply Now & you could be flying in August THIS YEAR:


  • Jenna, a Recruitment Business Partner here at easyJet, had a fab day at Glassdoor's Best Places to Work Tour yesterday! Thank you so much for having us - great to see so many people!

  • Take a look at what our infamous Orange Spirit is...

  • Upcoming Cabin Crew Assessment days - apply here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjfS

    For Paris Orly, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Lyon & Nice bases
    20th & 21st March 2018 in Paris Charles de Gaulle

    For London Gatwick, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and Palma de Mallorca bases
    23rd March 2018 in London Luton
    28th & 29th March in London Gatwick

    For Berlin bases
    21st & 22nd March 2018 in Berlin

  • Check out our brand new Pilot recruitment site for all you need to know on becoming a Pilot for us http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjYz


    You've landed at easyJet's one-stop guide to becoming a commercial pilot. There's no other career that takes you to the thrilling (and literal) heights that piloting an aircraft will. Whilst you might have your head in, or above, the clouds, we've got all the info you need to ensure your dream of becoming an airline pilot takes off.

  • Another great initiative we are doing to encourage females into the Pilot world!


    easyJet and Girlguiding to tackle gender stereotypes and get girls flying with new Aviation Badge for Brownies

    The partnership is the first to be announced as part of Girlguiding's biggest ever overhaul of badges and activities which will be revealed in full this summer. As part of this new programme, easyJet is sponsoring a new Aviation badge for Brownies.

  • Customer Week is here! Allowing all of our employees to learn about everything we are working to do for the customer; from the contact centre to ground operations, boarding and our Operations Control Centre. If you want to be part of our success story where we put the customer at the heart of everything we do, apply here : http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQN7d

  • We are very proud to say we are now an Award Winning HR Team! Well done to everyone who helped us achieve this - it was a real team effort.

  • At easyJet, we are absolutely committed to giving equal pay and equal opportunity for women and men. Our CEO, Johan Lundgren‎ shared has voluntarily taken a pay cut to match the salary of his predecessor, Carolyn McCall.

    We asked Johan to share the reasons behind his decision and he said: “I want that to apply to everybody across the airline and so to show my personal commitment I have asked the Board to reduce my pay to match that of Carolyn’s when she was at easyJet. I also want to affirm my own commitment to address the gender imbalance in our pilot community which drives our overall gender pay gap. We’ve already gone further than other airlines in trying to attract more women into a career as a pilot. I want us not just to hit our target that 20% of our new pilots should be female by 2020 but to go further than this in the future.”

    Johan has made a donation to UNICEF (our charity partner) representing the two months of his pay at the previous amount.

  • Tom Hetherington, Learning and Development Coordinator at easyJet, is today holding a 24 hour indoor rowing event to raise money for Unicef, the world’s leading children’s organisation.

    The fundraising event for Unicef will take place at London Luton Airport, where Tom is attempting to break the world record for longest distance rowed in 24 hours. 11 other easyJet employees, and a number of Tom’s friends will also be attempting the challenge of keeping a rowing machine moving continuously for 24 hours, by taking it in turns to row alongside Tom. The team are rowing the equivalent of London to Paris!

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