Lauda: Crewlink wants to hire ex-Düsseldorfer for Zadar

Airbus A320 (Photo: V1Images.com / Martin Rogosz).
Airbus A320 (Photo: V1Images.com / Martin Rogosz).

Lauda: Crewlink wants to hire ex-Düsseldorfer for Zadar

Airbus A320 (Photo: V1Images.com / Martin Rogosz).
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The airline Lauda Europe is currently looking for flight attendants for the Zadar base and subsequently also for Zagreb. For the first-mentioned location, the temporary employment agency Crewlink wrote to those flight attendants who previously flew from Düsseldorf for the predecessor Laudamotion.

These are offered an employment relationship in Croatia via the temporary employment agency. As is customary in the Ryanair Group, the commitment must be made extremely quickly. The training, which is called the “Lauda Europe Conversion Training Course” in the Aviation Direct cover letter, is to be held on April 29, 2021 in the training center near Frankfurt-Hahn Airport.

Laudamotion shut down the bases in Düsseldorf and Stuttgart last autumn. The successor Lauda Europe currently has bases in Vienna and Palma de Mallorca. Two Airbus A2021s each are to be stationed in Zadar and Zagreb in the summer flight schedule of 320. The personnel required for this are obviously employed by the temporary employment agency Crewlink.

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