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Job Offer E-mail Scam

We have recently become aware that members of the public are receiving emails containing fake offers of employment for easyJet. These emails are often sent in response to CV's or contact details, which have been posted on job recruitment and other websites or the emails have simply been sent to members of the public at random.

These jobs do not exist and for genuine employment opportunities, easyJet will not contact you in this way. If you receive a suspicious email, please do not send personal details, money or respond in any way and please contact us as soon as possible.

For more information about what to expect prior to us making any formal offer please click on the following link Careers on the Ground or the Careers in the Air webpage.

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Since 1995 easyJet has become one of the best known brands in the UK, starting with just 2 aircraft in Luton Airport. With a phenomenal growth plan we stand today, just 17 years later with over 200 aircraft, operating across 30 countries with over 600 routes. We have continued to expand our presence across Europe; by focusing on the customer and with targeted growth plans for the business and leisure traveller, we are realising our vision to Turn Europe Orange. This would not be possible without our people, who truly make the difference.

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About easyJet

Our History

Everything we've done has had an impact. There is no other airline in the history of modern passenger aviation that has had such an effect on the UK's flight, holiday and travel industry. Few appreciated just how far we could and would go, back in 1995, when Stelios first had the idea to create a customer focused brand that would revolutionise the concept of stepping on an aircraft. It all started in a small office at Luton Airport - shared with the airport spectators club. Back then we advertised our first flights from Luton to Glasgow and Edinburgh "As cheap as a pair of jeans" and with balloons and banners in the terminal and the national press watching, our first flight successfully departed, one cold November morning in 1995...

By April 1996 we were in a position to operate our first wholly owned aircraft, and begin our first European route to Amsterdam. More routes followed that year, including Barcelona and Nice and in late 1997 a new UK base at Liverpool was opened. Those that ever doubted we would be a serious contender were silenced as we continued to grow and then in 1998, something happened that would change our business totally - easyJet.com, our sales website, began to take bookings online.

What is it about us that has been so successful? We think it's our approach to challenging convention and "the ordinary". We live for fun, customer enjoyment and never stop in our mission, no matter what challenges come our way. In 1998 we ordered 15 brand new Boeing next-generation 737-700 aircraft with a list price of half a billion pounds... no small player any more!

To see out the old millennium in style, we opened our doors and our hearts to the public with the very first screening of "Airline" on ITV. This fly-on-the-wall documentary brought the daily lives of our team into living rooms throughout the country. By the year 2000, we really began to become part of the establishment, floating on the London Stock Exchange with an offer price of 310p. Accolades followed with a host of travel awards, a celebration of our 10 millionth seat sold online and some massive route expansion. In 2002 when we merged with low cost airline "Go" who became part of the easyJet portfolio and helped us to grow our fleet and our network significantly. However, it was not all smiles that year. Stelios stood aside as Chairman. Still a shareholder, he recognised that the talent we had been building in the business could really take things to the next level.

By 2005 we were taking delivery of our 100th aircraft. Also Big changes were also happening on the ground with our move two years later into Hangar 89 at London Luton - a magnificent Head Office and engineering base.

And so we arrive at today, where the business can boast over 200 aircraft, 600 routes, operating from 130 airports, 30 countries and 22 bases. Annually we look after over 50 million passengers, oversee the safe arrival of thousands of departures daily - and undoubtedly, as you read this, all these facts will be surpassed! We grow, because of the passion within our people, their commitment, belief and love of what we have come to stand for. If you want to be a part of it all, this is just a flavour of what it means to belong to easyJet. Experience it for yourself - there really is no career like it.

Our History

An easy question to answer. Anyone who loves a challenge, passionate about success, teamwork, living for the moment and exceeding expectations; who likes to be on the winning side, hungry to prove their worth and able to deliver every day, will find this innovative business - above all others - a unique and thrilling place to work.

From the humblest beginnings, but fueled by unbelievable ambition, we have become the Fourth largest Airline in Europe, the biggest in the UK and there are no signs of slowing down. When others have been merging, rationalising and even closing, easyJet has been expanding - new routes, delivering exactly what our customers want - low-cost, convenient and safe travel, delivered by individuals who exceed on every count. This business represents the evolution of European travel and has become a thrilling place to work. Orange is a passionate colour and an apt choice for us. We want to continue to attract, develop and reward the most passionate and ambitious talent in Europe, individuals who share our outlook and have something new and exciting to bring to our continued success.

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Management Team

Life on Board

Culture, Vision & Values

Without doubt, we have one of the strongest cultures of any airline. We think it's because we set out to do it our way - to be individual and unique rather than copy the format that has been adopted by so many other carriers.

It starts with a very flat hierachy, which eliminates unecessary and wasteful layers of management. We encourage office workers to dress casually - to be themselves and not hide behind a suit and tie. In fact we banned ties and the only people who wear them now are our Pilots and Cabin Crew who wish to. No offices, just open plan, open culture, remote working and hot desking, fun and enjoyment - this is what it means to work for easyJet. One if not THE most exciting, progressive and enjoyable cultures you could wish to find.

Our Vision & Values

Our Vision is simple - to be the best low-fare airline in the world.

Our Values underpin this and form 5 core principles you can observe in everything we do:

Our Customer Proposition

Low Cost with Care and Convenience

Everyone at easyJet has the opportunity to strengthen our brand by delivering our Customer Proposition - Low Cost with Care and Convenience – in everything that they do. Delivering Low Cost with Care and Convenience to all of our customers not only differentiates us from our competitors, but also ensures that our customers remain loyal and continue to fly with easyJet.

Training & Development

Staff Travel

Unlimited staff travel on the entire easyJet network is available for easyJet employees, their dependents and up to three nominated companions.

Competitive Pay:
Reviewed annually in line with local market rates and local legislation to ensure continued alignment

Employee Share Schemes:
easyJet is keen to enable employees to become shareholders in the business and has operated a number of UK tax efficient share plans over the years, including a Save As You Earn (SAYE) scheme. These are well regarded share schemes and easyJet has won a number of industry awards. easyJet has also made three awards of Free Shares to all eligible employees

Staff Travel:
Unlimited staff travel on the entire easyJet network is available for easyJet employees, their dependents and up to three nominated companions

Staff Offers:
A range of services and products are available at discounted rates, depending on where you are based across the easyJet network.

Rewards & Benefits

Training, personal development and career progression are a vital part of working at easyJet and ensuring our employees have the skills and knowledge to perform their jobs well is a critical part of delivering the easyJet vision.

The training and development we offer all easyJet employees is aligned to and supportive of our vision, customer proposition, values and pillars by helping our people to achieve and deliver easyJet's success. By providing opportunities for training and career development we are supporting and helping our employees to be the best that they can be. We are as passionate about your future as we are about ours!

At easyJet, we know that in order for an individual to be successful, it is vital that they have clear direction about their contribution to the business, that they receive regular feedback on this contribution and that they are supported through development to be the best they can be.

When you join the company, your Line Manager will agree clear objectives with you, which will detail what is expected of you in your first three months in your role. After your Induction, these will be reviewed and new objectives set for the remainder of the financial year.

In addition to interim and annual performance reviews, you can also expect to have regular one-to-ones with your Line Manager where you will discuss your performance and development within your role.


And so we arrive at today, where the business can boast over 200 aircraft, 600 routes, operating from 130 airports, 30 countries and 22 bases. Annually we look after over 50 million passengers, oversee the safe arrival of over 1000 daily departures - and undoubtedly, as you read this, all these facts will be surpassed! We grow, because of the passion within our people, their commitment, belief and love of what we have come to stand for. If you want to be a part of it all, this is just a flavour of what it means to belong to easyJet. Experience it for yourself - there really is no career like it.

Careers on the Ground


So where am I likely to be based?

The majority of Management and Administration roles are based at easyJet’s Hangar 89 at Luton Airport. Some Operations and Cabin Services roles may be located at one of our easyJet bases across Europe. The location of the role will be indicated on the vacancy advertisement.

If I apply for a role within Management and Administration will I get the opportunity to travel?

Whilst the majority of our Management and Administration roles are UK based, as a major European airline a number of our roles offer regular travel opportunities across our network. Even if travel is not an essential part of the role for which you are applying all employees are able to take advantage of our fantastic staff travel scheme, placing all of our destinations within easy and affordable reach!

What will you do with the personal data that I have provided?

Any personal data that you provide as part of your application is used solely for the purposes of assessing and progressing your application. Please see our section on Privacy Policy if you require any further information.

Can I apply by post rather than online?

easyJet only accept online applications.

What opportunities are there for career progression?

As a successful, growing airline the opportunities for career progression are excellent. easyJet believe in identifying and developing talent from within our business and supporting our employees to progress.

Will I have to wear a uniform?

Employees working in Head Office are not required to wear a uniform and the dress code at easyJet is informal.

What is easyJet's position on the environment and charity?

The Environment: easyJet has an environmental code based on three promises:

  • To be environmentally efficient in the air
  • To be environmentally efficient on the ground
  • To lead by example in shaping a greener future for aviation through:
    • Carbon offsetting
    • Shaping future aircraft design
    • Charity: easyJet introduced a new charity policy in 2004, and we now support a "charity of the year". The airline provides funds and access to staff and passengers to raise funds, and promote the charity through brand awareness.

For more information on easyJet and the environment please visit www.easyJet.com

How will my performance be managed and appraised?

At easyJet, we know that in order for an individual to be successful, it is vital that they have clear direction about their contribution to the business, that they receive regular feedback on this contribution and that they are supported through development to be the best they can be.

When you join the company, your Line Manager will agree clear objectives with you which will detail what is expected of you in your first three months in your role. After your Induction, these will be reviewed and new objectives set for the remainder of the financial year.

In addition to interim and annual performance reviews, you can also expect to have regular one-to-ones with your Line Manager where you will discuss your performance and development within your role.

Where can I find out more about easyJet?

To find out more information about easyJet please visit our corporate website: www.easyJet.com

Will I be contacted even if I have not been successful?

If you apply for a vacancy within our Management and Administration Teams you will be contacted by a member of our HR Team to advise you on the success of your application. We will inform you if your application is unsuccessful however we cannot always guarantee to offer feedback regarding why your application has not been progressed.

Why haven't I been offered an interview?

easyJet select people to be progressed to interview based on their skills, their experience and suitability for the role being advertised. It is not always possible to interview every applicant and there may be applicants who have more relevant skills and experience suited to the requirements of the role.

What qualities do you look for in applicants?

Whilst it is important for us to ensure that applicants have the skills and qualifications necessary for the role there are key qualities that we look for in all of our employees. These qualities are focused around the vision and values of the airline and include teamwork, integrity and passion.

I cannot see a vacancy that suits my skills or experience; can I send you my CV anyway?

You can register your interest in future vacancies from the current vacancies page. We will contact you should a suitable opportunity become available in preferred area matching your skills. Please also refer to our current vacancies page for regular updates and add apply for roles which you feel are suitable.

I have applied to easyJet before and was unsuccessful. Can I apply again?

Yes. We accept applications from individuals who have previously applied and been unsuccessful.

What is the Assessment Process?

The Assessment Process will vary depending on the role that you have applied for and you will be assessed based on the competencies and skills required for that role.

If you are applying for a vacancy within our Head Office team the recruitment process will contain some if not all of the following:

  • Competency based interviews
  • Reference Checks
  • Psychometric Testing
  • Group Assessments
  • Presentations

Our process has been designed to ensure fairness and consistency for all applicants.

We will acknowledge receipt of your application by email. Your application will be reviewed by one of our HR Business Partners and you will be kept informed on the status of your application. You will be advised in writing if your application has not been successful. If successful one of our HR Business Partners will contact you to arrange for you to come and meet with us. We will confirm all required details of your assessment such as date, time and location. You will also be provided with information about what your assessment will involve and what to expect.

Operational Teams


Finance ensure that we deliver a superior return on investment to all our shareholders.

Financial Planning & Analysis

Our Financial Planning & Analysis Team provides direct financial support to the business. This is a key area where anyone with a professional accounting qualification can significantly develop their business awareness, financial management & control and financial modeling skills - in a short period of time. The department is split into 3 basic areas - Commercial, Operations and Head Office, responsible for the preparation of budgets and longer term business plans, understanding actual results and any variances to expectations when evaluating ad-hoc projects and initiatives.

Group Financial Control

Our objective is to ensure strong financial control and compliance with corporate governance within easyJet, which are key aspects of any fast growing business.

We achieve this through effective validation, processing, reconciliation and reporting of the company’s financial transactions alongside a number of projects planned to deliver ‘continuous improvements’ to our products and processes.

Group Financial Control offers a wide range of opportunities for qualified accountants, finance professionals and administrative staff at all levels including financial accounting, financial reporting and systems, purchase ledger, DOC (Direct Operating Cost) checking and revenue protection.

Treasury provides the interface between easyJet and the banking markets operating under Board approved policies and objectives. Working in various roles within the department, your key responsibilties could include:

  • Investing cash balances
  • Hedging of foreign exchange and jet fuel requirements.
  • Ensuring funding
  • Working with Procurement to finance new aircraft deliveries
  • Managing relationships with financial suppliers.
  • Managing the financial information for the carbon offset scheme.

Internal Audit

The Internal Audit team is an independent review function set up to support the achievement of easyJet’s objectives and provide assurance to senior management and the Audit Committee, on its system of internal control and risk management. We aim to add value and improve the efficiency of business operations throughout the various activities we perform, which include:

  • Evaluating and reporting on financial and operational processes and the effectiveness of controls in relation to the risks;
  • Monitoring business operations to ensure compliance with laws and regulations and corporate policy;
  • Reviewing the accuracy, reliability and integrity of financial and other management information;
  • Assessing the extent to which easyJet’s assets are safeguarded from inappropriate use or loss; and
  • Promoting awareness amongst management of risk and control.

Working with different areas of our business, Internal Audit provides an exciting opportunity to gain an all round understanding of how easyJet and aviation industry operates.


Our IT teams ensure operational excellence through the delivery of world class systems and through cutting edge technology.

Commercial Systems

The Commercial Systems team supports the development of the Commercial strategy through the delivery of key change initiatives. The team work with the Commercial business owners helping to define and implement revenue improving and regulatory projects.

Consisting of Project Managers and Business Analysts, they work closely with the IT development team to ensuring the successful delivery of wide ranging projects. The team prides itself in being adaptable and ready to take on anything!

Software Development

The software development function provides development for all of easyJet’s bespoke software typically this is in areas where easyJet can derive commercial advantage for example easyJet.com, easyJet’s reservation system and its yield management system. The software development team uses a variety of agile techniques to ensure that we are are able to respond positively to the business demands. As a valued partner of Microsoft the team are often at the leading edge of technology and we are frequently used as a showcase for new technology and tools.

IT Services

A core team of service driven IT professionals is responsible for the provision and operation of our IT systems on a day to day basis. Working in close collaboration with selected 3rd parties, their key functions include:

  • Providing a ‘service desk’ to receive and manage service and support requests
  • The operation and support of Commercial, Flight Operations and Corporate business applications
  • The implementation and operation of infrastructure spanning the UK and Europe
  • Service Management disciplines across IT
  • Desktop (voice and data) provision, support and maintenance provision for all users across the UK and all of Europe.

Enterprise Architecture

Our Enterprise Architecture team are responsible for ensuring that all IT investments are co-ordinated and work towards our combined IT vision and strategy. That’s not always easy in a company growing as fast as easyJet with a large dependency on IT and they require as much pragmatism as they do technical expertise. The team’s responsibilities include defining and educating the IT strategy, roadmapping and acting as a technical design authority on all large change project.

Operations Systems

Our Operations Systems team provide the systems that run the operations of the airline including planning for crew and aircraft, engineering and maintenance, check in and baggage systems at airports and systems which monitor the safety of the operation.

The team consists of Programme and Project Managers, Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts. The nature of the work requires highly developed skills in project management, innovation, stakeholder management and business change which are rewarded by being at the forefront of the airline business, driving new developments and new ways of working.

Central Systems

The IT Central Systems function drives the interface between IT and specific central business areas within easyJet (Finance, HR, Procurement and IT). It works closely with the business owners to shape the best cost-effective IT solutions against the business demands and to drive operational excellence within these functions.


easyJet is a great place to work - a business built on people. This focus on getting it right through delivery and customer service means key challenges for our people teams who have to support this ethos, balancing it with the commercial and operational requirements of the business.


A results-orientated environment like ours demands a unique level of HR involvement to provide line managers with the information and support they need. Helping to formulate policies and procedures and preparing internal managers for the future, it is generalist HR in the fullest sense. Daily, our team will be involved in all aspects of the business - policy design, recruitment, grevience - every challenge a dynamic airline like ours will face.

The team actively support HR and Payroll requirements across all areas of the business, providing a systematic and timely approach to administration via the HR Service Centre, in line with departmental Service Level Agreements and KPI’s, to increase efficiency and maintain high standards.

For diversity and pace, there are few careers that can compare - which makes working here such an involving and rewarding experience.


Our reward department is responsible for all aspects of employee reward and employee relations. Key functions within employee reward include managing policies and processes for salary planning and pay benchmarking, bonus arrangements, employee benefits, employee share plans and senior management incentive arrangements. Within employee relations there is key responsibility for the development of ER strategy, facilitation of Management & Administrative Consultative Group and secretariat activities for business council and easyJet European Forum.


The Facilities team provide a comprehensive range of property & facilities services across the business, working with easyJet staff; contractors and partners to ensure our buildings and workspaces are a great place to work. These services touch a building's entire lifecycle and infrastructure – from planning and installing to managing and maintaining. This includes improving services, reducing costs in everything from building security, postage, couriers, cleaning, catering, office moves, furniture, fixtures & fittings, stationary right down to vending 24hrs a day 365 days per year.

Recruitment Team

The Recruitment team supports easyJet’s objectives by delivering a proactive and professional, recruitment service that aims to meet the business needs of the organisation. The purpose of the team is to manage all recruitment and selection processes for cabin crew, pilots, management and administration functions, offering advice on all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. The team focuses on providing advice and guidance on all recruitment aspects including company procedure on recruitment campaigns and related legislation, offering guidance in terms of best practice to recruiting managers, coordinating all recruitment activity from advert to offer letter and managing assessment centres for cabin crew and pilots.

The vision for Recruitment is to improve the recruitment function to incorporate industry best practice to help attract the best quality candidates to easyJet. The recruitment team continually strive to develop various recruitment and selection projects and processes to support easyJet’s objectives, including improving existing processes to further enhance current practice.

On a daily basis the team aims to provide clear and effective communications regarding all aspects of the team's work, continually aiming to develop and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues both internally and externally, and enhance the reputation of the People Team and easyJet by aiming for the highest standards for service delivery and acting with professionalism at all times.


easyJet is looking to be the World's most efficient airline - and Operations is the team responsible for ensuring through on time performance and operational excellence - we'll get there.

Flight Operations

Flight Operations is responsible for delivering a safe, efficient and reliable operation by ensuring the effective and consistent support, training and recruitment of Cabin Crew and Pilots. In addition to those on the front line, Flight Operations also includes a significant HQ function covering areas such as Rostering, Establishment, Training, Aircraft Operations and Pilot Management. It embodies the easyJet spirit, providing a distinct and innovative environment where our people are tested every day, but also enjoy a sense of achievement, success, pride and identity like no other.

We achieve this in a number of ways:

  • Recruiting the highest calibre of Pilots and Cabin Crew
  • Providing an excellent standard of Pilot and Cabin Crew training
  • Providing the standards, procedures and policies by which we supervise the flying operation
  • Providing the Crew Management Policy by which the local base management teams ensure consistent line management
  • Providing support functions such as Crew Administrators

Flight Operations are responsible for managing the safety of both our crew and customers whilst being a successful airline. Job roles in this department include: specialists in flight safety, standards, crew policies, crew management and crew training.

Ground Operations

The Ground Operations Team are guardians in ensuring a safe and secure ground operation across the entire easyJet network. We achieve this through effective support, review and management of both airport and ground handling relationships. The team is divided into two key functions, support and delivery.

The Central Support Team, made up of services, development and performance functions, provide support and assistance to our airports to ensure they are delivering the best possible service to our customers. This is achieved in a number of ways:

  • We provide the standards, procedures and policies for the ground operational agencies
  • We develop the strategic direction of our airports
  • We manage the opening of all new bases and airports
  • We analyse performance on a regular basis and identify action plans for performance improvement
  • We monitor contract execution to ensure maximum value
  • We manage and maintain all ground operational manuals
  • We audit ground handling operations to ensure full safety awareness and compliance

Roles in this team include: Analysts, Compliance Specialists and Trainers, Policy Managers and Project Development.

The Delivery Team are responsible for overseeing and managing the day to day ground operations, and wherever we fly there is an accountable manager responsible for ensuring the operations are conducted to our high standards. We achieve this in a number of ways:

  • Managing relationships with Service Suppliers to ensure delivery service level agreements
  • Champion and ensure consistent delivery of the easyJet product/brand in order to maximise customer and employee satisfaction.
  • Champion and ensure a cost focus culture across the network.
  • Ensure the base operates in accordance with regulatory authorities and easyJet standards
  • Highlight inconsistencies in delivery and manage fast and effective solution
  • Ensure all 3rd parties associated with airport operation comply with the Company policies and procedures as laid down in the appropriate manuals (e.g. Operations Manual, Aviation Security Programme, Ground Handling Manual etc)

Roles in this team typically include General Managers and Airport Operations Managers

Operations Control Centre (OCC)

Our Operations Control Centre Team is operational 24 hours a day and performs all functions required to ensure a safe and punctual schedule that meets our customer's expectations. Working closely with other Departments and third party suppliers the OCC manages the daily flying programme by monitoring, pre-empting and reacting to on-the-day operational occurrences. Within company policy and industry regulation the OCC provides key disruption management decision making and communication to the easyJet network. Key functions include:

  • Disruption Management
  • Flight Monitoring and Fleet Control
  • ATC Flight Planning and Slot Management
  • Crew Control
  • Airport Communications Liaison
  • Operations Pre-Planning

Operations Development

The role of the Operations Development Team is to support the development of the Ops strategy and its delivery through change initiatives. They work closely with all Ops teams to define and then implement significant value adding projects. This is supported by our internal Project Management Process to ensure the successful delivery of business projects from start to finish.

Operations Development are about working to analyse, shape and deliver opportunities to make our core processes better, simpler and lower cost. It's also about the identification of opportunities to significantly reduce cost across the spectrum of operational delivery activities, adding extra skills and expertise in areas such as problem solving; change management and project management. We also play a co-ordination role between projects to enable good decision making.

As a team they pride themselves in the following principles:

  • Supporting the business and external stakeholders
  • Wealth of expertise in various operational areas
  • Innovative thinking
  • Transparency on progress and status of Projects
  • Use of structured processes within Projects

The team support the following:

  • Developing and agreeing key targets for Operations with the aim to maximise shareholder value
  • Providing ‘change agent’ support within Operations to implement the business improvement strategy
  • Developing and maintaining a long term programme plan encompassing all Operational Projects
  • Ensuring core areas of competitive strengths and weaknesses have key related strategies to maintain strengths and remove weaknesses
  • Ensuring a clear understanding of systems, suppliers and industry developments over the planning period

Cabin Services

Cabin Services delivers a safe, enjoyable, efficient and reliable customer experience by ensuring we have great people looking after both our passengers and our support functions. Key to delivering great people and service is our high calibre, ‘orange spirited’ and performance oriented teams, including our HQ function, training and recruitment teams and in-flight and support teams. Our approach and teams embody the easyJet spirit, providing a distinct and innovative environment where our people are tested every day, but also enjoy a sense of achievement, success, pride and identity like no other.

We achieve this in a number of ways:

  • Ensuring our people have the opportunity to enjoy the work they do on a daily basis.
  • Provide opportunity for all our people to suggest and deliver improvements to what we do.
  • Recruiting the highest calibre Cabin Crew
  • Providing an excellent standard of Cabin Crew training
  • Providing the standards, procedures and policies by which cabin services is monitored and against which improvements are made
  • Providing the Crew Management Policy by which the local base management teams ensure consistent line management
  • Providing support functions such as the Crew Help Desk and Crew Room support.

Cabin Services are responsible for managing the safety of both our crew and customers whilst ensuring that easyJet remains a successful airline. Job roles in this department include: crew standards, crew policies, crew management and crew training.

Engineering & Maintenance

Safety is a number one priority for easyJet and nowhere does this mantra hold more truth than within our Engineering Team. Engineering Operations are responsible for nothing less than ensuring the total airworthiness of our growing fleet of aircraft. This means ensuring all necessary maintenance required on the easyJet fleet is identified, carried out on time and to an approved standard for easyJet operation.

At every stage, all maintenance activity needs to be documented and detailed records maintained. Within this meticulous approach to airworthiness, we also need to ensure that aircraft parts are ordered and available at all times, purchased at rates that fit within our low cost, but no compromises approach. It's a highly responsible, thorough and rewarding career path. Key functions include:

  • Maintaining the aircraft to the highest standards
  • Ensuring that the aircraft are always compliant to safety and regulatory requirements
  • Ensuring that the aircraft are maintained in an efficient manner
  • Providing leading edge technological solutions to company needs
  • Ensuring that the aircraft are fully available to the operation when required
  • Ensuring that the customer environment and comfort are kept to industry best standards


Safety is the number one priority at easyJet and it is our Operational Team's responsibility to ensure maintenance, development and effectiveness of our Quality, Safety, and Security Management Programmes.

The team is responsible for independent assessment and overview of the corporate safety performance, monitoring the operation to identify emerging risks, advising business leaders and strategic suppliers of our safety policy and providing leadership to line management in major investigations. They establish and maintain relationships with external organisations and regulators and disseminate business relevant information.

Customer, Network & Revenue

Yield & Analysis

Different pricing activities and strategies will have a direct influence on sales and revenue. Our team of Analysts are responsible for understanding the effect, collecting and analysing competitor pricing data and developing a set of tools that can deliver this. The aim is to improve revenue contribution per flight by controlling yield management processes, optimising load factors and developing strategies.

It is our Pricing teams' responsibility to set optimum fare bands to ensure success for the business and to monitor our yield and load factor for all routes and destinations across the entire easyJet network.

Network Development

Network Development provides the relevant information and insights required to challenge, develop and support easyJet’s network development strategy. They drive network expansion within a short term rolling cycle in the context of easyJet’s long term corporate strategy.

The schedule planning team designs and delivers a viable seasonal flying schedule for the airlines growing fleet of aircraft, essentially responsible for the detail of where we fly to, at what times, and from which bases.

Ancillary Revenue

Our Ancillary Revenue Team is responsible for driving revenue from easyJet's online partners and to identify new business opportunities. This is a critical area in easyJet’s future strategy and a significant revenue stream with ambitious growth targets.

Customer Experience

Our Customer Experience Team ensures that the highest level of service, quality and customer satisfaction is delivered and they achieve this by working closely with the Contact Centres, offering support.

The team are the main link for communication between the Contact Centres and the rest of the company, ensuring that a smooth and effective customer experience is delivered at all times.


Regional General Management Teams

The Regional General Managers are responsible for maximising revenue at nominated easyJet bases. They understand their specific base performance issues or trends and deliver tangible and innovative trading solutions for both the immediate and longer term. Our managers are also decisive in providing effective strategies and innovative actions against regional and national competitors.

Each Manager is supported by a Route Manager, who reviews the performance of routes in that region, plus a Marketing Manager who is responsible for all online and offline marketing campaigns.



Our CRM team develop easyJet’s customer contact strategy, oversee its implementation at all touch points across Europe, and support the customer data behind our marketing campaigns within each market.


Our insight team define and deliver our data strategy to support each area of our marketing team, as well as working closely with our customer and revenue function to support informed and proactive decisions driving our customer experience, customer proposition and revenue streams.  This includes carrying out market research with new and existing customers on a variety of subjects


The easyJet brand team are at the heart of the marketing function, setting our brand guidelines and being the guardians of the easyJet brand across all channels internally and externally, from on and offline advertising, our onboard PA’s and in-flight magazine to our internal communications


easyJet’s digital team drive our digital strategy aligned to our customer and brand proposition across Europe. Developing innovative ways to drive our revenue streams across all digital channels including our websites, mobile, SEO, SEM and social media in all markets making it easy for our customers to travel with us.

Marketing Communications

Our marketing communications team drive our marketing activity across Europe.  Made up of Marketing Managers and Marketing Executives in each of our major markets the teams are responsible for all online and offline marketing campaigns.

Corporate Communications

Corporate Communications are responsible for all aspects of internal and external communication, including communication to the media and any possible lobbying.

This busy team are responsible for answering calls and emails from journalists, preparing and distributing press releases and organising publicity events to generate positive coverage in the various forms of media. They are responsible for managing our PR agencies - based nationally and internationally.


The Procurement team are responsible for ensuring operational excellence through developing and managing key relationships with a portfolio of airport and key handling partners, facilitating delivery of lower costs and maximising value. Key responsibilities include:

  • Capitalising on strategic market opportunities, ensuring delivery of operational and commercial requirements, including network growth.
  • Management and accountability for specified airport costs e.g. reducing costs through strategic negotiations with existing and new airports including all handling services.
  • Development of collaborative relationships with airports and key handling service partners to ensure maximum value extraction, operational delivery and costs.
  • Strategic supplier management to maximise value to easyJet through contractual, infrastructure, organisational and commercial development.
  • Maximising revenue from airports, tourism boards, development agencies and business development groups for new development.


General Counsel & Company Secretariat

The legal team supports all parts of the business to ensure that legal issues have been considered by all the various teams that make up easyJet.

Key responsibilities include contracts, negotiations, managing the claims, instructing external counsel, dealing with regulatory matters and regulatory bodies, clearing copy for marketing and advertising and general advice on compliance with UK and EU laws.

The company Secretarial part of the team ensures compliances with the UK listing rules, Companies Acts and supports the directors to ensure good corporate governance. The team is also the point of contact for employees requiring information on share option schemes.

Careers in the Air

Pilot Careers

We are looking for highly talented pilots that will have a good cultural fit with easyJet. You must possess personality, integrity and display exceptional levels of professionalism and customer service. If you’re looking to join an Airline that values its pilots, has exceptional training and opportunities whilst offering superb rewards and benefits then you will find all the information you need by clicking on one of the links below.

easyJet maintains excellent standards of operation and to allow us to respond flexibly to our business requirements we work closely with our Training providers and service partners to recruit from an experienced pool of pilots.

For the opportunity to fly with easyJet, potentially join the team and for more information you can access our providers’ websites directly from the following links:

Map of our Bases

At easyJet we operate from 20 main bases across Europe. You can be based as cabin crew at any of our bases on the map provided you can speak the native language at your chosen base.

Each base has it’s own unique and local culture whilst working together as part of the wider network in our unique orange culture.

Map of our Bases