Cabin Crew recruitments in Europe, January 2020: Etihad Airways, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Wizz Air

The upcoming year comes with new opportunities for making your dream come true. We made a list of the recruitment dates and locations of the most known airline companies in Europe for January 2020.

Some events may be Open Days while others can be Assessment Days, which means that you must apply prior to the event in order to receive an invitation.


Etihad Airways

Italy: 19 February 2020 – Milano; Belgium: 24 March 2020 – Bruxelles; Portugal: 6 January, 21 April 2020 – Lisbon; UK: 7 January, 28 April 2020 – Manchester, 4 February, 5 May 2020 – London; France: 13 January 2020 – Paris, 11 May 2020 – Marseille; Ireland: 18 January, 13 April 2020 – Dublin; Spain: 25 January, 3 April 2020 – Barcelona, 28 January, 6 April 2020 – Madrid; Greece: 3 February 2020 – Athens; Germany: 10 February, 18 May 2020 – Frankfurt, 9 March 2020 – Munich; The Netherlands: 21 February, 25 May 2020 – Amsterdam.

Apply online here for the desired recruitment date.



Bosnia and Herzegovina: 21 January 2020 – Sarajevo; Croatia: 19 January 2020 – Dubrovnik; Czech Republic: 5 January 2020 – Pilsen, 7 January 2020 – Olomouc; Finland: 19 January 2020 – Helsinki; France: 5 January 2020 – Nice, 7 January 2020 – Grenoble, 10 January 2020 – Strasbourg, 27 January 2020 – Rennes, 29 January 2020 – Limoges; Germany: 5 January 2020 – Munich, 7 January 2020 – Dresden, 10 January 2020 – Cologne; Greece: 20 January 2020 – Athens; Hungary: 5 January 2020 – Szeged, 7 January 2020 – Pecs;  Ireland: 7 January 2020 – Sligo, 9 January 2020 – Limerick; Italy: 7 January 2020 – Ancona & Pescara, 9 January 2020 – Bari & Padua, 12 January 2020 – Naples; Norway: 29 January 2020 – Bergen; Poland: 6 January 2020 – Wroclaw, 8 January 2020 – Bialystok; Romania: 18 January 2020 – Brasov, 21 January 2020 – Cluj-Napoca, 23 January 2020 – Craiova; Slovakia: 13 January 2020 – Kosice, 15 January 2020 – Banska Bystrica; Spain: 16 January 2020 – Palma de Mallorca, 18 January 2020 – Zaragoza, 21 January 2020 – Santiago de Compostela; Sweden: 20 January 2020 – Malmo; Switzerland: 18 January 2020 – Zurich; The Netherlands: 5 January 2020 – Amsterdam, 7 January 2020 – Maastricht; UK: 3 January 2020 – Southampton, 5 January 2020 – Cambridge, 9 January 2020 – Leeds,  12 January 2020 – Edinburgh, 16 January 2020 – Leicester, 18 January 2020 – Belfast, 26 January 2020 – Central London, 28 January 2020 – Liverpool.

Apply online here for the desired recruitment date.


Qatar Airways

Spain: Date to be announced (TBA) – Madrid; Ireland: Date to be announced (TBA) – Dublin; Italy: Date to be announced (TBA) – Rome; UK: 11 January 2020 – MAnchester, Date to be announced (TBA) – Liverpool, Date to be announced (TBA) – Birmingham;  France: Date to be announced (TBA) – Paris, Date to be announced (TBA) – Lyon; Ukraine: Date to be announced (TBA) – Kyiv; Portugal: 18 January 2020 – Lisbon; Germany: 18 January 2020 – Frankfurt; Croatia: 19 January 2020 – Skopje; Poland: 18 January 2020 – Warsaw;

Apply online here for the desired recruitment date.


Wizz Air

Austria: 6 & 25 January 2020 – Vienna; Bulgaria: 9 & 30 January 2020 – Sofia, 28 January 2020 – Varna; Hungary: 9 & 23 January 2020 – Budapest; 13 January 2020 – Debrecen; Latvia: 17 January 2020 – Riga; Lithuania: 30 January 2020 – Vilnius; Moldova: 16 & 30 January 2020 – Chisinau; Poland: 9 & 30 January 2020 – Katowice, 9 & 29 January 2020 – Warsaw, 8 & 22 January 2020 – Krakow, 7 January 2020 – Gdansk, 28 January 2020 – Gdynia, 29 January 2020 – Gliwice, 30 January 2020 – Lublin; Romania: 23 January 2020 – Bucharest, 9 January 2020 Bucharest for Vienna Base, 8 January 2020 – Sibiu; UK: 11 & 23 January 2020 – Luton;

Apply online here for the desired recruitment date. (Only for Assessment Days)


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Primera Air is looking for cabin crew for its Stansted base

ASTA Aviation Staffing are actively seeking Non-experienced cabin crew /Experienced cabin crew on behalf of Primera Air.

Current base available – Stansted (United Kingdom).

Term: Permanent

Salary / Rate: Negotiable

Primera Air is looking for team members who can identify themselves with their values: Care, Integrity, Dynamic, Reliability and Fun.

Primera Air is strive to ensure that their customers enjoy a safe flight with high standards of customer service and is looking for exceptional people to offer this service.

If you are friendly, confident, have a passion for excellent customer service delivery and passionate about people and flying, please apply today.

Only applicants meeting the requirements listed below will be considered.

  • Applicant must hold a full Passport with unrestricted worldwide travel
  • Graduated from High School (grade 12)
  • Able to operate routes including Transatlantic (USA/ Canada)/ European Destinations
  • Criminal Record Check and a verifiable 5year employment history
  • Able to swim minimum 200 meters unaided and physically fit
  • Speak and read English fluently


Successful applicants will also be/have:

  • Safety focused
  • Friendly, calm and open minded
  • Willing to work in diverse environment
  • Have previous experience in hospitality, customer and sales services environment
  • have high selling skills
  • Service minded
  • Highly flexible
  • Strong communication skills

Should you be interested in this position and meet all the above requirements, please follow the online link and attach your CV, Attestation (if in possession), Medical (EASA), Passport Copy and Digital passport sized photo (white background)

For non experienced cabin crew, please apply on this link

For experienced cabin crew, please apply on this link

The company will confirm interviews/ open days via email.

Good luck !

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Emirates is recruiting in September and October in Italy

Emirates is recruiting cabin crew in September and October in Italy. The interviews are Open Day, which means that you can participate without any invitation and you do not need to register ahead on the company website.

The dates for recruitment are the following:

17 September, Hilton Rome Airport, Via Arturo Ferrarin, 2, 00054 Fiumicino, Rome, Italy, 9 A.M.
17 October, To be advised, Bari, 9 A.M.
22 October, Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Centre, Aeroporto Malpensa 2000, Terminal 1, 21010 Ferno (VA), Milan, Italy

The Emirates Cabin Crew requirements are:
• At least 21 years of age at the time of joining
• Arm reach of 212 cm while standing on tiptoes
• Minimum height of 160 cm
• High school graduate (Grade 12)
• Fluency in English (Written and Spoken)
• No visible tattoos while in Emirates Cabin Crew uniform (cosmetic and bandage coverings not permitted)
• Physically fit to meet the Emirates Cabin Crew requirements

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What is an Open Day?

When it comes to the recruiting process, the airlines – especially the Arabic ones – organize both Assessment Days and Open Days. Which are the differences between them and which ones should you attend in order to boost your chances of getting a job as a flight attendant? We will try to clear away the misunderstandings and make it easier for you to make your dream come true.

Open Days

These are informing sessions which you can attend in order to get acquainted with the background of the company, with the work environment and, also, with the specific expectations of the company. Not only will you learn more about the city where the company’s headquarter is, their destinations and their long-term development plans, but you will also find out what the flight attendant position implies, what staying in that city is all about, all these first-hand, from one of the company’s employees.

Who can attend the Open Day event?

Anyone can attend the Open Day event, with or without an official invitation from the airline. Registration before the event might be available, but this does not mean that you must register.

Dress-code: business attire

The ladies should be wearing a skirt suit, nude stockings, high heels and natural make-up. As for the haircut, if the hair is shoulder-length or longer, you should pull it in a bun. Otherwise, it should be as neat as possible. The gentleman should also wear a business suit, a shirt and a tie, a black, polished pair of shoes and short, neat hair.

How long will the Open Day event be?

The time the Open Day starts will be announced on the company’s website. If you want to be on the safe side, try to arrive at least 30 minutes earlier. Word is, if you are late you will be asked to leave, which is kind off understandable. If you are late for the interview, you will surely be late for the flights also.

What will happen at an Open Day, exactly?

First, you will watch some short movies which will help you familiarize yourself with the company’s atmosphere and with the city where you’re about to relocate to. There will also be a Q&A session, which will give you the opportunity to show yourself interested and motivated by asking questions – through which you will try to find out as many things as possible about the company/the position/the city etc. All these information can also help you in your final interview with the recruiters, when they may ask you what do you know about the company.


In most cases, you will have to prepare the resume, one passport-type photograph and a full-length one. Qatar Airways will also ask you to scan the first page of your passport and Etihad Airways will ask you to present your registration form, together with the other documents we have already mentioned.

You will be asked to hand in the resume, the photographs and the registration form. Afterwards, you will take the height test – you must reach 2.12 m (for Emirates and Qatar Airways) or 2.1 m (for Etihad Airways), barefoot, raising your hand. The employer might ask you some questions regarding the information written in your resume and you will be given a reference number.

What happens next?

After this, you might be asked to wait patiently until they call you in, or you might as well be sent home to wait for an invitation to the Assessment Day. Rest assured, both these options imply you having made the short list. Good job!

!Be aware of the fact that an Open Day might bring together as many as 1000 candidates. The ample perspective might not be that great, since there will always be candidates unaware of the dress code or the application requirements. Therefore, it will be difficult to stand out from the crowd – all of you will have the same amount of chances of getting the job. Your resume should, therefore, be outstanding!

Furthermore, you might find yourself waiting in line for 10 or more hours until you can file in your portfolio. So be pacient, stay positive and smile a lot! 🙂