Eurowings is looking for 200 pilots and 550 flight attendants

Eurowings flight attendant (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
Eurowings flight attendant (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).

Eurowings is looking for 200 pilots and 550 flight attendants

Eurowings flight attendant (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
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The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings expects strong demand in the summer of 2022. Around 140 destinations will be offered and, according to the company, there are more destinations in the program than ever before.

The airport at which the machines of Eurowings and the sister company Eurowings Europe will be found most frequently is Palma de Mallorca. In the high season, they want to fly to the Balearic Islands up to 20 times a week from 380 airports.

The carrier assumes that the need for personnel will increase and therefore wants to hire employees again. Around 200 pilots and 550 flight attendants are wanted. On the ground, the areas of technology in Cologne and Düsseldorf, sales and customer service are to be increased. The flying positions are divided between the flight operations Eurowings (Germany) and Eurowings Europe.

At the company locations in Cologne and Düsseldorf, ten prospective students will start an apprenticeship or a dual course of study at Eurowings this year. In cooperation with the maintenance and repair company Nayak-LM Germany GmbH, Eurowings Technik in Düsseldorf is starting the training of aircraft mechanics for the first time, specializing in maintenance. In addition, training for industrial clerks is also possible for the first time in the technical operations of the airline. At the same time, Eurowings is expanding the range of dual studies: in addition to the established course in business informatics, the airline is also offering dual study places for aviation management and applied computer science for the first time.

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