Aer Lingus recently launched their 2017 Cabin Crew recruitment campaign for their Dublin base. At Aer Lingus , cabin crew can potentially earn between €1,700 and €1,900 monthly take home pay.
Cabin crew training is provided at their in-house Training Academy, Iolar House, located in the heart of Dublin Airport. You get paid while you train
Throughout your training you will learn a wide range of topics from theoretical and practical components, health and safety procedures through to grooming and guest experience.
The training process is quite intense, both in theory and practice. After six weeks at the Aer Lingus Training Academy where you receive training in areas such as first aid, CPR, emergency landing and firefighting drills, you will officially become a member of Aer Lingus cabin crew
To be considered for cabin crew job at Aer Lingus you need to be :
Over 18 years of age
Eligible to live and work in the Republic of Ireland without restriction
Have 12 months experience in a face to face customer service/sales role
Be fluent in English, both spoken and written.
Hold a valid EEA passport allowing unrestricted worldwide travel
No tattoos/piercing visible when in Aer Lingus uniform
Flexibility to work shifts, unsociable hours, weekends, holidays and overnights
More details on Aer Lingus Cabin Crew Here
Ryanair also have Dublin based cabin crew . They outsource the cabin crew recruitment and training to 2 separate companies.
Dalmac is one training partner of Ryanair – you can see their Irish recruitment dates here
Training courses for Ryanair cabin crew are full-time, Monday-Friday, for a period of about 5-6 weeks. (Some evening and weekend training may be required.)
Trainees for Ryanair have to pay a fee to be trained – and they are not cheap.
The cheapest option is to pay in Advance – You end up having to pay a Registration Fee of €500.00 , course fee of €2,199.00 plus accommodation costs of €700.00 That’s a total of €3,399 – and if you don’t pass , none of it is refundable.