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BA CityFlyer will take on employees
According to the information from and notifications of Human Resources Department of BA CityFlyer Company, you can search for BA CityFlyer recruitment notices and get information about the firm, as a result, apply for a job, from our website.
Minimum age to work BA CityFlyer: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Cabin Crew, Crew Controller, Part Time – Full Time
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- Driven to succeed
- Flexible in their approach
- Career minded
- Hard working and possess a positive attitude
All roles offer competitive salaries plus airline benefits, with certain roles offering part-time or flexible hours.
Cabin Crew – based in Edinburgh or London City
As Cabin Crew, you will be providing our customers with the highest standards of customer service throughout their journey. You will be responsible for the comfort and safety of all our passengers. Flying is never routine; no two flights are ever the same.
Flight Crew are dedicated to providing safe and quality experiences to our customers on our Embraer type aircraft. Our promotion process gives ambitious pilots the opportunity to progress their careers with us.
Engineering – based in Edinburgh, London City and Manchester
Our team of engineers are responsible for delivering a wide range of excellent technical expertise in many areas to ensure our operation runs smoothly and safely. We have line maintenance, maintenance control and engineering support.
About BA CityFlyer
BA CityFlyer is a wholly owned subsidiary airline of British Airways with its head office in Didsbury, Manchester, England. It operates a network of domestic and European services from its main base at London City Airport. In 2016, BA Cityflyer also began operations from London Stansted Airport. All services operate with BA’s full colours, titles and flight numbers.
BA Cityflyer Limited holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence, it is permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats.
British Airways’ sale of BA Connect to Flybe in 2007 did not include the London City Airport operations and its associated fleet of ten Avro RJ100 regional jet aircraft. This led to British Airways’ decision to resurrect erstwhile Gatwick-based CityFlyer Express (which BA had integrated into its Gatwick mainline short-haul operation in 2001, following the acquisition of CityFlyer Express in 1999) as a new wholly owned subsidiary to take over this operation, as of March 2007. BA CityFlyer was awarded an Air Operators Certificate on 8 February 2007, and started operations on 25 March 2007.
In February 2016, BA Cityflyer announced that it would commence operating flights from London-Stansted in May 2016.