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Virgin Atlantic is a major British success story. From the first leased jumbo to the UK’s second largest long haul airline, they’ve come a long way.
Virgin Atlantic bases are London Heathrow and Manchester airports. The airline also operates flights from Edinburgh and Belfast.
Cabin Crew Requirements:
- Be aged 18 years or above
- Have the right to live and work in the UK
- You have no live or unspent criminal convictions or cases pending
- You must have a minimum of three GCSE (A-C) or equivalent level passes
- Have a reach of 210cm
- Be able to brace with your feet flat on the floor whilst sitting in jump seat (45cm from the floor with no shoes)
- Be fluent in both written and spoken English
- Be able to swim 25 metres unaided and tread water whilst putting on and manually inflating a life jacket
- Be committed to undertaking an intensive 5-week training programme
- You must have a minimum of six months of customer service experience at the time of application
Starting salary of approximately £19,266. Plus trip pay, onboard commission, and other allowances once you start flying
- Industry-leading staff travel benefits for you and your loved ones, with up to seven flights a year to any of Virgin Atlantic’s destinations
- Ongoing coaching and development throughout your career with your dedicated Crew Performance Manager
- Generous contributory pension scheme and life assurance
- Self-funded private medical insurance
- Voluntary Benefits – catalogue of optional salary sacrifice benefits such as travel and dental insurance, Gym memberships and Healthcare cash plan
- Dr @ Hand – Access to online digital GP
- Access to a range of discounted products and services via Virgin Family & AON Plus
Richard Branson, Founder
Shai Weiss, CEO
2022 Turnover: £2.9 billion
Fleet Size: 40 (including the A330-300, A340-600 and Boeing 787-9)