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Going to Jet2 from EasyJet

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  Topic Started By:  beckyweeks    On:  Tue 10th September, 2019 at 19:15
beckyweeks
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#1  Going to Jet2 from EasyJet  Posted 10/09/2019 at 19:15
Hi
I currently work at easyJet and have been there for over 9 years. However looking at jet2 from stansted and was after some feedback or details from crew based here.
What sort of contract is it?
Any chance of being made permanent?
Also do they offer direct entry cabin manager as people I’ve flown with at easyJet have been offered direct entry manager with jet2?
Would you leave easyJet to go to jet2?

Many thanks
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jknox
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#2  Re: Going to Jet2 from EasyJet  Posted 14/09/2019 at 10:30
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Originally posted by beckyweeks

Hi
I currently work at easyJet and have been there for over 9 years. However looking at jet2 from stansted and was after some feedback or details from crew based here.
What sort of contract is it?
Any chance of being made permanent?
Also do they offer direct entry cabin manager as people I’ve flown with at easyJet have been offered direct entry manager with jet2?
Would you leave easyJet to go to jet2?

Many thanks

You will at first be offered a Seasonal contract, ending in November. However Stansted is massively undercrewed and recruitment is hard, meaning nearly all (apart from one or two who underperform) get kept on. There are even seasonal crew from other bases being sent to STN for winter because numbers are that low.

Unfortunately no direct entry SCCM, however you can promote to #2 after 6 months with experience, then onto CC1(SCCM)a year or so after.
I personally would jump to Jet2, as the company are treat their staff with respect, good wages and generally better working conditions. Add to this the fact they somehow keep managing to produce money in the current climate, they won’t be going anywhere soon and will only continue to expand, I’m sure eventually onto some form of long haul.
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