RYANAIR has announced a recruitment drive for 50 cabin crew based around its operation at Belfast International Airport.
The budget carrier made its return to the airport in March 2023, launching 16 routes.
Ryanair last month confirmed it will retain two aircraft at Aldergrove over the winter months.
The airline also operates a single route between Manchester and City of Derry Airport.
It has now announced an event in Belfast next week, where it will seek new cabin crew staff to support its continued operation.
The carrier's recruitment partner, Cabin Crew International, will host a recruitment event at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Belfast’s Gasworks on November 28.
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Chief people officer at Ryanair, Darrell Hughes, said: “We are delighted to announce a major recruitment drive for 50 cabin crew positions in Belfast and we invite those interested in applying to come along to the recruitment event taking place on Tuesday, 28th November, to meet the team and learn more about these exciting roles.
“These cabin crew opportunities offer candidates the chance to secure the best cabin crew jobs in aviation, where hard work is rewarded with fast-track promotions,” he continued.
“Our cabin crew enjoy industry-leading ‘five days on, three days off’ rosters – equivalent to a bank holiday every week – fantastic remuneration packages, outstanding career development opportunities and world-class training."
The event will take place from 10.30am on November 28.