Cabin Crew - Copenhagen

TAKE YOUR CAREER TO NEW HEIGHTS

We are looking to adding to our growing base in Copenhagen, where our crew are highly motivated and energetic, and if you are too, then you can join our team of skilled and professional Cabin Crew.

Our schedule will offer you the chance to fly with us for our SAS operation based in Copenhagen-Denmark, operating CRJ 900 throughout the Nordic & Baltic region. 

If you’re hard working and passionate about providing great service – you’ll love being part of the CityJet Team and we would like to meet you!

Training courses will take place in Copenhagen Airport from November onwards and will be unpaid.

Training courses take approximately 3 weeks (for experienced crew) or 5 weeks ( for trainees without experience).

Your role involves:

  • Welcoming our passengers on board and making sure their journey is safe, simple, fun and on-time
  • Delivering services on each flight, including on-board service and shopping
  • Keeping the cabin clean and tidy throughout the flight
  • Helping passengers with any difficulties or issues
  • Supporting your colleagues to ensure a speedy turn-around so flights depart on time
  • Making sure all company policies and procedures are followed on every flight

In return, we give you:

  • Full training so you understand CityJet’s ways of working and standards
  • An adventurous lifestyle of travel and meeting new cultures
  • The chance to grow and develop with a growing airline

To be considered for the position candidates must have the following: 

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Previous airline experience is desirable but not required
  • Good standard of Customer service
  • Fluent in English both spoken and written
  • Must speak a Scandinavian Language
  • Maximum height 182cm
  • Ability to swim unassisted
  • Hold a valid EEA passport allowing unrestricted worldwide travel with the right to work and live in Europe
  • Hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew Attestation-( UK Attestation no longer accepted) - Experienced crew only
  • Hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew Medical- those without a medical must arrange to obtain this before joining, the cost of the medical is the responsibility of the holder
  • You must be able to and be prepared to work shifts, unsociable hours, weekends, holidays and overnights.
  • You must be able to support yourself financially during the training period.

If you are interested in a career with CityJet, please apply now.

Our schedule will offer you the chance to fly with us for our SAS operation based in Copenhagen-Denmark, operating CRJ 900 throughout the Nordic & Baltic region. 

If you’re hard working and passionate about providing great service – you’ll love being part of the CityJet Team and we would like to meet you!

 

Training courses will take place in Copenhagen Airport from November onwards and will be unpaid.

Training courses take approximately 3 weeks (for experienced crew) or 5 weeks ( for trainees without experience).

Your role will involve

  • Welcoming our passengers on board and making sure their journey is safe, simple, fun and on-time
  • Delivering services on each flight, including on-board service and shopping
  • Keeping the cabin clean and tidy throughout the flight
  • Helping passengers with any difficulties or issues
  • Supporting your colleagues to ensure a speedy turn-around so flights depart on time
  • Making sure all company policies and procedures are followed on every flight

In return, we give you

  • Full training so you understand CityJet ways of working and standards
  • An adventurous lifestyle of travel and meeting new cultures
  • A competitive salary and benefits
  • The chance to grow and develop in a growing airline

What do you need to apply?

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Previous experience desirable, but not essential
  • Fluent in a Scandinavian language.
  • Fluent in English both spoken and written
  • Maximum height 182cm
  • No visible tattoos/piercings
  • No criminal record
  • Ability to swim unassisted
  • Hold a valid EEA passport allowing unrestricted worldwide travel with the right to work and live in Europe
  • Hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew Attestation-( UK Attestation no longer accepted) - Experienced crew only
  • Hold a valid EASA Cabin Crew Medical- those without a medical must arrange to obtain this before joining, the cost of the medical is the responsibility of the holder
  • You must be able to and be prepared to work shifts, unsociable hours, weekends, holidays and overnights.
  • You must be able to support yourself financially during the training period.

 

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