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  Topic Started By:  marta.balazs    On:  Fri 23rd December, 2011 at 07:31
marta.balazs
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Hungary
#1  Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 07:31
Does anyone know to answer my question, what seasonal contract means with EZY? Im coming from a company where seasonal contract ment to be 4 months, then I never seen an other contract again in my life...
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KrisEagling
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#2  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 09:10
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The seasonal contract with EZY is 6 months long, this includes your training. You also have the possibility to be kept on permanently depending on your performance and base requirements.

Kris
Easyjet Cabin Crew (SEN)
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cabinboyunited
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United Kingdom
#3  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 19:20
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I have been offered a seasonal contract from January to October 31st so it is a good 9 months but good luck mate.
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marta.balazs
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#4  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 20:00
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that sounds not too bad... comparing to my 4 months in Italy... :(
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cabinboyunited
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#5  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 20:03
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Are you with another airline at the moment? this is my first airline job i so cant wait now
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marta.balazs
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#6  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 20:46
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I used to fly three years with Ryanair and I flew 8 months long haul with an italian company overseas :) Now, since may Im not flying.
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cabinboyunited
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#7  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 23/12/2011 at 20:49
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I have heard you have to pay for training with Ryan air? long haul nice bet that was really good you applied or going to apply for easy jet?
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marta.balazs
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#8  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 24/12/2011 at 07:42
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Originally posted by cabinboyunited

I have heard you have to pay for training with Ryan air? long haul nice bet that was really good you applied or going to apply for easy jet?

I am coming to tha AC on the 24th of January in Luton!
Yes, the FR training is for payment, and even not a little of amount...
I am certified flight attendant with the European goverment, so hopefully Easyjet will accept it. That means I got not to repeat the whole training again. We will see.
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cabinboyunited
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#9  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 24/12/2011 at 11:26
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Which aircraft you trained on? your assessment on january 24th i will be at the training acadamy then i will probably see you around there. Good luck with easyjet they are really nice and fun people and will try and get the best out of you.
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mperez
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#10  Re: Seasonal Contract  Posted 24/12/2011 at 12:14
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Lots of people have worked before as cabin crew for different airlines.It doesn't matter that you are " European certified" and you'll have to do the whole training just like everyone else.
Different airline, different SOP's therefore different training.
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