The budget carrier Ryanair has announced a recruitment day in Ljubljana on November 14 (2019), the first time it has sought to hire Slovenian cabin crew members. As noted on Ex-Yu Aviation, successful candidates will take part in a six-week training course covering everything from passenger safety to customer service. In a touch that will be familiar to Ryanair customers, candidates will need to pay a fee for the training, although the company – Europe's biggest airline – will give people the option of having this deducted from their salaries after they start getting paid.
Candidates for cabin crew should have good knowledge of English, both written and spoken, an EU passport and good computer skills, and those who are successful will receive a two-year contract, staff travel rates, a potential productivity bonus of €1,800 per year and a competitive basic salary plus variable flight pay. Registration for recruitment in Ljubljana closes November 12, while the assessment date will be November 14, with more details here.
Although Ryanair briefly operated a service between London Stanstead and Maribor in 2007 and 2008, Slovenia is currently the only EU nation in which the carrier has no services.