BUDAPEST, Hungary, 2017-Oct-12 — /Travel PR News/ — Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, will be hosting two UK Pilot Open Days this October, as part of its increased recruitment drive.
These open days will provide information about career opportunities and positive employment conditions at Wizz Air. Commanders or first officers looking for one of Europe’s most innovative and reliable airlines can join the upcoming events by registering at firstname.lastname@example.org and attaching a CV.
WIZZ AIR’S UPCOMING UK PILOT OPEN DAYS
|13 October 2017||0900||Ibis London Luton Airport, Spittlesea Rd, Luton, LU2 9NZ|
|14 October 2017||0900||Clayton Hotel Manchester Airport, Outwood Lane, Manchester, M90 4HL|
After 13 years from its first flight from London Luton, today, WIZZ’s UK network consists of 79 routes to 41 destinations from 9 airports. Having announced Luton as its first UK base earlier this year, Wizz Air is looking to develop its base operations in the future and recruit experienced professionals to join its high-standard flight crew.
Along with an attractive compensation and benefits packages, pilots can take advantage of the best rosters in the business with fixed 5/4 or 14/7 options at selected bases, providing great stability and consistency in working hours. Wizz Air offers the option of several guaranteed working patterns for its pilots: first officers and captains can choose to commute, using the extensive WIZZ network of over 550 routes, or relocate to any of the 28 operational bases across 15 European countries. Within the company, pilots are motivated and the best candidates are offered excellent career opportunities, including management or training-related roles at WIZZ.
Wizz Air’s Luton Base Captain will attend both open days and will give a firsthand account of his experience as a pilot at WIZZ. Those looking to discover even more about the Wizz Air family should look out for #IamWIZZcrew on social media channels, where people can find thousands of pictures, posts and tags created by many of the enthusiastic crew members shining a light on life working at WIZZ and their passion for aviation.
Sorina Ratz, Communications Manager at Wizz Air, said:Here at WIZZ we truly believe that it is the people which make the difference to our airline. We are very proud of our exceptional flight crew, who are not only well trained professionals and safety experts, but also members of an amazing family who share a passion for aviation. Wizz Air acknowledges their performance and offers competitive salaries, a stable job in a rapidly growing company and a friendly and multicultural work environment. If you are a pilot looking to join a fantastic team and work for one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, join the upcoming Pilot Open Days in the UK to learn more about the career opportunities and employment conditions at Wizz Air.
SOURCE: Wizz Air Hungary Ltd.