Ryanair hires: 5,000 new employees over the next five years

Ryanair hires: 5,000 new employees over the next five years


16.09.2021 – 19:00

The company returns the charge to the detriment of those who did not make the offer or reduced the offer

Dublin – Ryanair wants to hire 5,000 workers. Places for pilots, stewards, and engineers will be available over the next five years. As the epidemic situation gradually opens up with vaccines, planes return to the skies, and damaged companies fly away.

At the beginning of the epidemic, it left 3,000 employees at home, but Ryaner was now able to claim a better position because several companies had penetrated demand. Both because they did not and some because they reduced the offer. Holes ready to fill the Irish economy. To do so, he is looking for thousands more employees than he fired. The appointment is expected within the next five years, so a campaign ending in 2026.

There are also plans to open two more training centers in Dublin and in the future in Spain and Poland. Ryaner’s next five years promise to be rhythmic. In addition, the company aims to fly more than 200 million passengers a year by 2026.

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