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  Topic Started By:  mrlukerobinson    On:  Mon 1st December, 2014 at 22:59
mrlukerobinson
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#1  EasyJet Medical  Posted 01/12/2014 at 22:59
Just a quick question about the face to face medical... says on the email they will check height and weight BMI etc.. I'm 5 ft 11 and 9stone, so I'm slim, but i can still lift things and not at all feeble.

Would this be ok, or are they looking for the people really overweight?

Am I over thinking and worrying too much?
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markyj1993
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#2  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 01/12/2014 at 23:47
In reply to post #1...
I think you'll be fine. If your height and weight are in proportion and you can walk freely around the cabin and reach overhead lockers which you can because of your height then you'll meet their safety requirements.
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mrlukerobinson
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#3  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 02/12/2014 at 10:33
In reply to post #2...
Well according to BMI index I'm underweight by about 6lbs. Gonna try to put it on though just in case, just don't wanna get there and be told no.. I always worry about things too much haha.
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MelissaEllen
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#4  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 02/12/2014 at 13:31
In reply to post #3...
They're looking for people who are overweight without saying it. They have to make sure you can fit in the jump seat harness and move down the cabin and manoeuvre infront of passengers during medical - if someone was too large to do so it would be unsafe, so long as your weight doesn't make you unhealthy you'll be fine ! (:
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mrlukerobinson
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#5  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 02/12/2014 at 13:56
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I really hope so. I'm gonna try and bulk up a bit anyway.. I thought it was meaning overweight rather than slim. I can still lift 16kg so I should be alright. :)
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mrlukerobinson
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#6  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 05/12/2014 at 15:44
Any other skinny guys have any trouble with the medical?
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user64595
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#7  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 07/12/2014 at 05:28
I've never done a cabin crew medical - I think it's new thing easyJet do, but what I do know is that you won't need to worry at all. 6lbs is hardly anything, plenty of guys are of your stature at EJ. I think what they're getting at is people who are overweight like someone has alluded to above.
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mrlukerobinson
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#8  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 07/12/2014 at 06:57
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Ok thankyou, putting my mind at ease a bit more :)

Worst fear is me getting there then turning me away haha...NOOOOO
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Thomacito
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#9  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 09/12/2014 at 09:16
In reply to post #8...
HI guuys! Congrtulations to all of you! Do you have more info regarding the medical appointment? I mean do they test again your eyes and so on or a recent docus filld out by your optician is enough?

Thanks in advance
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HermesGR
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#10  Re: EasyJet Medical  Posted 11/12/2014 at 23:56
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No they won't check the eyes ! Only little chat about you and your family's health history , urine test (for drugs ) , ear/hearing test and that's it! I hope no one will get a No at Medical , as at least for me , will be a nightmare cause I'm quoting a permanent job to join Easy ! Good luck to all
Believe in YOU one day the universe will help you achieve it
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