The carrier starts in Prague first with Viennese crews.
Eurowings airline creates approximately one hundred new jobs for pilots and cabin crew at Ruzyně Airport. The Lufthansa subsidiary will open its base in Prague at the end of October, and has already started recruiting new employees. For the time being, the crews from Vienna will be in Prague for the start of operations.
Eurowings is looking for both pilots and cabin crew in Prague. However, some of them may not be new, the company expects to relocate some employees within the group. “We are pleased to be able to continue to contribute to pan-European growth with our new base in Prague. Thanks to the creation of more than a hundred jobs, I look forward to welcoming new colleagues to our team. In particular, I would like to encourage existing colleagues to apply for relocation to the Prague base, so that from the very beginning we can offer an innovative and customer-oriented team, which is the DNA of Eurowings. “ said Robert Jahn, CEO of Eurowings.
In particular, you can find out the remaining and former Czech Airlines employees who are certified for flights with the Airbus A320 family. In addition, a large part of them have experience with Eurowings: CSA has in the past lent Eurowings aircraft, including crews, and thus knows standard carriers.
The carrier in Prague starts with two Airbus A320s, followed by a third aircraft in the summer. The flights will be operated under the Austrian license Eurowings Austrian. From October, crews from Vienna will be deployed to start air traffic at the Eurowings Europe base in Prague. In the medium term, however, the flights will be operated exclusively by local Prague crews. “Recruitment will take place locally under standard market conditions. The training of newly recruited crews is scheduled for the end of 2021. Crew members already flying for Eurowings Europe will have a priority right to relocate in accordance with the company’s internal regulations. “ list the company in the press release.
From October 31, Eurowings will fly from Prague to many European capitals, such as Barcelona, Milan, Athens, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv and Birmingham.