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Emerald Airlines recruiting cabin crew for Belfast and Dublin routes

Emerald Airlines is recruiting cabin crew on its routes from Belfast and Dublin
Gary McDonald Business Editor

IRELAND'S newest regional airline Emerald, which is currently operating on four routes from Belfast City Airport, has embarked on a major recruitment drive for cabin crew.

Conor McCarthy's start-up carrier, which relaunched the Aer Lingus Regional service from the City Airport with routes to Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Leeds/Bradford (and others to follow next month from Glasgow and Exeter), wants to recruit both experienced and inexperienced crew to join its expanding team.

It says it is looking for hands-on professional people to be the face of Emerald as it embarks on the next phase of its journey.

Opportunities available are for those existing EASA and UK Attestation holders as well as those who wish to begin their flying career, and positions are available in its Dublin and Belfast bases.

Maria Killian, head of people and culture at Emerald Airlines said: “We're delighted to begin this recruitment drive.

“We already have a super strong team of cabin crew in both Dublin and Belfast, but are eager to add to this by recruiting those who have previously delivered customer service to the highest standard, yet may not necessarily have aviation experience.

“We will also be providing four weeks of paid training to those successful during the process.

“Those successful will be offered a competitive base and variable salary, a regular roster, a company pension scheme, staff travel privileges, and most importantly, job security, with a number of permanent positions available.”

Applications for positions close on Friday May 6.

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