The Irish low-cost carrier announced on Thursday that Ryanair will launch a cabin crew recruitment campaign for a Belgian base as part of the resumption of operations following the Kovid-19 Pandemic. However, airlines do not yet have accurate figures on the number of locations globally or by country, as this will depend on the delivery speed of the new 737 aircraft ordered.
Officials recruited within the framework of this European campaign will be equipped with new equipment to be delivered in the summer of 2022. A total of more than 200 people are expected to arrive in the next 200 years, so flight crews are now further justifying the Irish company to equip them with more training.
The training will take place in different countries of the Ryanair network. A certain number of them will ultimately affect these future positions, including the Belgian Chalroy and Sauventum bases, the airline clarifies.
“Throughout Pandemic, Ryanair has worked closely with its employees to save jobs, and we are pleased to begin planning for a return to growth over the next few years as Covid recovers from the crisis and grows to 200 million customers in the next fiscal year. 2026 “, Comments Mark Duffy, Deputy Director of Human Resources for the Irish Carrier.
On the union side, we were shocked by this announcement. Didier Lebbe, Chne’s permanent secretary, recalls that threats of dismissal were made recently by CEO Michael O’Leary against the cabin crew in Belgium in the absence of an agreement with the unions.
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