12 of March, in Bucharest: We recruit EASA trained cabin crew together with Avion Express
Together with Avion Express, we are recruiting cabin crew holding an EASA Cabin Crew Attestation and EU passport to be based all over the world. The event is an Assessment Day and it is organized in Bucharest (Romania) on the 12th of March 2020. This is our 15th recruitment organized for different commercial and VIP companies and the 4th selection organized in cooperation with Avion Express, in the past two years.
In order to be considered for the interview you should be at least 18 years old, have a EU passport, a valid EASA Attestation and be fluent in English. If you also have flying experience, please send us a signed document by your previous employer stating your position in the airline, the Block Hours operated and the type of aircraft flown. If interested, please send the above documents along with your CV (in English, with photo) to emails firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Avion Express offers a 3 months contract which can be renewed at the end of this period. You will be operating ACMI flights, with 3 weeks on and 1 week off rotation. The conversion training is free of charge (in Vilnius, Lithuania) and the airline is also offering transporation, accomodation in 4-5* hotels, 1 meal / day and international bases.
This recruitment is opened to all nationalities holding a valid EU passport.
If you would like to prepare for the cabin crew interview, please have a look at our course: https://worldclasscrew.com/masterclass/aviation-mindset-customer-service-skills-3-days-workshop/
If you can not come to Bucharest, you can enroll for our online courses: https://worldclasscrew.com/masterclass/cabin-crew-career/
For Romanian language go to: https://nicoletagherman.ro/2020/02/22/12-martie-recrutam-insotitori-de-bord-impreuna-cu-avion-express/
Avion Express is the largest ACMI airline in Europe, operating flights all over the world. They operate with a fleet of 25 aircrafts, Airbus 320 and 321. The are operating flights from temporary bases located in Poland, Finland, France, Vietnam, Germany.