Cabin Crew Luton 2024
It’s being the friendly face that keeps everyone safe, secure, and informed while they’re with us. It’s knowing no one day will ever be the same as the next. It’s sharing the ‘orange spirit’, being positive, inclusive and ready to take on a challenge.
Cabin Crew have one of the most important jobs in easyJet, delivering the exceptional passenger experiences that keep our customers coming back.
But this is so much more than just a job. With more than 300 aircraft servicing 154 airports over 981 routes, one thing we’re not short on is opportunity. And this role opens the door to a career full of variety, support and possibilities to quickly progress into positions such as Cabin Manager or other cabin services roles.
Requirements of the Role
What you need to do the role
You don’t need flying experience to be Cabin Crew and we’ll give you all the training you’ll need to get going. What we look for in our crew is an eagerness to learn along with great people and customer service skills – 3 months previous experience in a customer or people facing role is preferred.
Fluency in written and verbal English is a must and you’ll need to have the right to work and live in the UK, a passport, and unrestricted access to travel across the UK, EEA and easyJet Network (Skilled Worker VISA sponsorship for international applicants does not apply). Tattoos are allowed, but there should be no visible tattoos on the head, face, or neck. Any tattoos that are considered offensive or inappropriate must be discreetly covered.
You must be able to sell, handle and dispose of alcohol and alcoholic products. These are sold on all flights and as well as being an important revenue stream, it also forms part of your crew commission payments.
Additionally, you’ll need to live within a 90 minute commuting distance from your chosen base.
Also, due to the legal and safety requirements of working in an aircraft you’ll be:
- Aged 18 or over
- 5’2” (157.5 cm) to 6’3” (190cm) in height without shoes
- Able to pass a UK CAA Cabin Crew medical
- Able to swim 25 metres unaided without stopping or touching the bottom or side of the pool, tread water and inflate a life jacket. Additionally, you will need to climb into a survival raft from the water
- Have the continuing ability to fit into an aircraft jump seat which consists of a shoulder harness and lap belt
What you’ll get in return
- Starting OTE is c. £22k, which will increase to c. £24k on completion of 6 month probation period
- Generous commission
- First class training
- Attractive annual leave allowance
- Excellent staff travel benefits
- Wellbeing benefits
Ready to make your next move? How about make your mark? Join a team with unstoppable drive and passion at easyJet.
At easyJet our aim is to make low-cost travel easy – connecting millions of people to what they love using Europe’s best airline network, great value fares, and friendly service.
Whether you’re working as part of our front-line operations or in our corporate roles, we’ll give you everything you need to make a personal impact on our growing business. We believe in sharing new opportunities, stepping up to challenges and supporting each other with our Orange Spirit.
Make a difference with your next role. Make it easyJet.
Please complete your application on our careers site.
We encourage individuality, empower our people to seize the initiative, and never stop learning. We see people first and foremost for their performance and potential, and we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organisation that supports the needs of all. As such we will make reasonable adjustments at interview through to employment for our candidates.
We encourage you to submit your application at your earliest convenience as we may close this opportunity once we meet our requirement.
Please only apply if this is your chosen base. Please check our website as additional bases will be coming soon.