Jet2 takes on 50 new cabin crew at Belfast International
Airline Jet2 has announced plans to recruit 50 new cabin crew members at Belfast International Airport.
It's part of a massive drive to recruit 3,000 staff across Europe. The company said the roles will support its growth after what it described as "a bumper summer".
Jet2 is planning to increase its capacity from Belfast International Airport by another 7% next summer, with more than 450,000 seats on sale.https://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/busine ... 79100.html
Major emergency demonstration planned for Cork Airport
Cork Airport’s Fire and Rescue Service is to demonstrate a life-like aircraft emergency simulation as part of the global Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Gathering 2018 next week.
Up to 40 delegates, to include members of the HSE National Ambulance Service, and other national and overseas agencies involved in emergency medicine and pre-hospital emergency care, will take part in the workshop at Cork Airport’s Fire Training Facility on September 12.www.eveningecho.ie/corknews/Major-emerg ... b8f9320-ds
Kerry Airport ready for take-off
elation to the transport infrastructure of Farranfore village, which has a population of 84 people (“Time for Kerry Airport to fly alone”, Cantillon, September 1st).
Cantillon mocked the reasoning behind such a small village being so well serviced by rail, bus and air.
The reality is that both the bus service and train service stops are links between Killarney and Tralee, which has a general population of 60,000. Kerry airport serves the county of Kerry (population 147,554), west Limerick, Cork and beyond.www.irishtimes.com/opinion/letters/kerr ... 1?mode=amp