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A pioneer in European discount air travel, Ryanair Holdings offers low-fare, no-frills air transportation via its main subsidiary, Ryanair. The carrier flies to about 160 destinations, including more than two dozen in Ireland and the UK; overall, it serves more than 25 countries throughout Europe, plus Morocco. Ryanair specializes in short-haul routes between secondary and regional airports. It operates from more than 40 bases, including airports in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Sweden, as well as in Ireland and the UK. The carrier maintains a fleet of about 270 Boeing 737-800s. Ryanair holds a 29% stake in Aer Lingus and has launched several unsuccessful bids to acquire the rival Irish airline.
Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland and was founded in 1936. Today we operate 65 aircraft on over 100 routes to Europe, the UK, and North America and carry more than 12 million guests per year. We connect Europe and North America through our gateway hub at Dublin Airport, which along with Shannon Airport are the only European Airports with US Pre-Clearance. Aer Lingus is a value carrier, offering great choice, comfort and price, enabling guests to make smart choices based on their needs. We are Ireland’s only 4-Star airline as rated by Skytrax World Airline Awards for our consistent quality and excellence. Aer Lingus recently unveiled a refreshed brand to align with its strategy to become the leading value carrier across the North Atlantic. Aer Lingus is a member of International Airlines Group (IAG), one of the world’s leading airline groups. Smart Flies Aer Lingus.
Just as Dubai aims to rise among the ranks of the world's major cities, Emirates wants to take its place among the world's leading airlines. The carrier provides scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 100 destinations in about 60 countries around the globe. Emirates operates a fleet of more than 130 Boeing and Airbus jets and about 10 cargo freighters. The airline is owned by the government of Dubai, one of seven city-states that makes up the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Emirates is part of the Emirates Group, which also includes airport management and travel agencies (Dnata), and business technology (Mercator).
The new TUI GROUP is a company of opportunities – for our customers, our shareholders and our employees. United under one roof we will have our unique hotel portfolio, our cruise lines, six European airlines, the distribution strength of our tour operators, both online and through our travel agencies all over Europe. As the world’s number one integrated leisure tourism Group we offer an end-to-end customer experience. Direct access to customers makes investment in hotels and state-of-the-art cruise liners easier to plan and secures occupancy early in the game. This will enable us to grow faster and develop more travel products exclusive to TUI.
CityJet is Europe’s leading regional airline, operating a fleet of Avro and Bombardier aircraft on wet lease services across the Continent. CityJet has been in operation since 1993 and in recent years has refocused its activities to becoming a provider of “wet lease” services to major airlines, whereby it provides service on an aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) basis to fly on behalf of its customer airlines. CityJet now has over 30 aircraft on wet lease to airlines across Europe, including Aer Lingus, Air France, Brussels Airlines, Hop! and SAS (Scandinavian Airlines), flying over 1,500 flights with 100,000 passengers per week for our customer airlines. To support this diverse operation, CityJet has crew bases in Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Paris (CDG and Orly), Stockholm, Tallinn and Vilnius with over 1,250 staff employed in the airline. Check our current opportunities here: https://careers.cityjet.com/
Crawlink is an official recruitment partner with Ryanair. Crewlink has specialised in the recruitment of Cabin Crew for the airline industry since 2003, but also trains and employs Cabin Crew, with over 5,000 crew members currently registered with Ryanair. Based in Ireland and Hahn (near Frankfurt), Crewlink has a team of highly qualified and dedicated people. Many of them started their careers as Cabin Crew with major airlines, so trainees benefit from that unrivalled knowledge and experience. Developed to meet trainees' specific needs and to provide all the support they will need, Crewlink operates exclusively at the Hahn Training Centre (HTC), a specialised facility near Frankfurt, Germany. Crewlink has designed a unique ‘5 Stages - Qualification to Graduation’ process to provide cabin crew candidates with an enjoyable, highly specialised training course over a 6 -week period so they become part of Europe’s best trained Cabin Crew, with their wings to fly!
Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the State of Qatar is celebrating 20 years of Going Places Together with travellers across its more than 150 business and leisure destinations. Qatar Airways is the world’s fast growing airline and has been awarded multiple awards: World's Best Business Class; Best Business Class Airline Lounge and Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East.
Etihad Airways keeps the United Arab Emirates (UAE) connected with the world's big cities. As a commercial airline based in Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways serves about 50 destinations in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East; destinations include London, Moscow, Mumbai, Damascus, Kuwait, and Islamabad. The airline also offers North American services in New York and Toronto. Etihad Airways' fleet consists of more than 40 Airbus aircraft, including 14 wide-body A330s and eight medium-range A320s. Etihad Airways also operates a cargo services division. The airline was founded in 2003 by a royal decree issued by a member of Abu Dhabi's royal family.