150 new Jobs at Dublin Airport with Ryanair
Ryanair this week announced a recruitment drive for over 150 new jobs at Dublin Airport, following the placement of its 33rd based aircraft there last month to support its busiest ever summer schedule. With both front of house and aircraft handling roles available, this is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to kickstart a career in aviation or looking for an exciting summer job.
As Europe’s No. 1 airline, Ryanair employs over 17,000 people across its network and is renowned for its comprehensive training, career progression opportunities, competitive salaries, and flexible rosters. All required training will be provided at Ryanair’s new training centre in Santry, near Dublin’s city centre, one of Europe’s fastest growing multicultural hotspots and home of Ryanair.
As the tourism industry continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, there is no better time to join Ryanair’s growing team and support the delivery of its record-breaking summer schedule to over 120 exciting destinations across Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece & France. Whether helping passengers through the airport or getting a plane turned around for its next trip, these roles are fast paced and incredibly rewarding with plenty of opportunity to learn and develop.
For further information visit the Ryanair Careers website or join one of its upcoming recruitment days at the Carlton Hotel in Dublin 19 Feb, the Court Yard Hotel in Leixlip 22 Feb, the Community Centre in Dunboyne 24 Feb, the Pillo Hotel in Ashbourne 26 Feb and Lawlor’s Hotel in Naas 28 Feb.
Neal McMahon (Ryanair Director Operations) said: “Following last month’s announcement that Ryanair will base a 33rd aircraft at Dublin Airport for our busiest ever summer schedule (120 destinations, 900 weekly flights and 22 new routes), we are now recruiting 150 new airport staff to support our front of house / customer facing and aircraft handling teams in delivering our record-breaking summer ‘22 schedule. These exciting new jobs offer excellent pay and benefits, job security, airline benefits and lots of opportunities for career development as we continue to invest in and grow our Dublin operation”.