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9 days ago

IT Helpdesk Administrator

Ryanair Dublin

• Providing support and feedback to users through problem resolution in a professional and prompt manner. • Monitor all the systems, networks and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

B1 Engineer - Dusseldorf Weeze (NRN)

Ryanair Dublin

• Maintenance on Ryanair aircraft at Dusseldorf Weeze Airport. Experience and… Glassdoor

16 days ago


Ryanair Dublin

Send all applications to (quoting ref no: SMW) via email only to engmadrecruitment@ryanair.com If you meet the above criteria and have the energy… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Base Manager – new

Ryanair Dublin

Based in Stansted you will be part of the Management Team to oversee the detailed running of UK nominated engineering bases, monitor standards and… Glassdoor

19 days ago


Ryanair Dublin

• Excellent spoken & written English is essential. • Hangar and/or Line experienced • Must have full UK Driving Licence • Flexible… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Junior IT Helpdesk Administrator

Ryanair Dublin

• Manage the update cycles and ensure that the updates are always completed on or before the cut-over date. • Liaise with… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mechanic - KAMS

Ryanair Dublin

Send all applications in English via email only to cv@kams.lt quoting reference number KAMSM01. If you meet the above criteria and have the energy… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Junior Aircraft Engineer

Ryanair Dublin

SAMS (Stansted Aircraft Maintenance Systems) are currently recruiting for a limited number of aircraft engineers to join our highly skilled team in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

B1 Engineer - Milan Bergamo (BGY)

Ryanair Dublin

• Must be able to work and travel within the EU. We require self-motivated individuals who are able to work without direct… Glassdoor

17 days ago

B1 Engineer (LIS)

Ryanair Dublin

• Excellent spoken & written English is essential. • Boeing aircraft experience • Hangar and/or Line experienced • Flexible approach… Glassdoor

Ryanair Reviews

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Ryanair CEO and Director Michael O'Leary
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14 Ratings

    It was a great place to work for a while ago,but i wouldnt recommend it for anyone now..

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Cabin Crew Supervisor  in  Barcelona (Spain)
    Current Employee - Cabin Crew Supervisor in Barcelona (Spain)

    I have been working at Ryanair full-time for more than 8 years


    -chance to live abroad
    -in some bases good salary but it is almost a mission impossible for new crew
    -stafftravel (however in some cases staff pays more then pax,so the main advantage is that the price of the staff ticket is always the same,even if u buy it only few hours before the flight)


    -depending on the base,your workload can be almost unbearable
    -expect long workhours (mostly 10-12 hours spent actually on the aircraft)
    -terrible treatment from supervisors and crewcontrol
    -basically no respect for employees,they are only numbers for the company
    -very low salary for new employees,especially in wintertime when there are less flights
    -altough they promise you a comission,most of it is not paied (again depending on bases),what the company claims on stock discrepancies (altough they have no provement)
    -terrible quality of uniform
    they dont provide not even water (in some places it is available in the crewroom but in my base the tap doesnt work,you either buy it from the machine or take it from the toilet)
    -as there are over 50 bases around the network,there are almost no staffparties funded by the company (again depending on the bases,in places where the sales are good,some of the retail companies sometimes pay a party for the crew),i havent had a christmas party in the last 5 years
    -managers are unbeliavablly unprofessional,it all depends on who you arw friends with not what are you capable off
    -because of the financial crisis very few cabin crew resigned in the past few years what means no chance of promotion for existing staffmembers,this leads to a high level of frustration and bad atmosphere

    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO