Ryanair Warns of Recruitment Scam Emails

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Ryanair has warned job seekers about a Ryanair jobs email scam which tries to dupe people into paying for visa applications in order to apply for a job with Ryanair.

Ryanair will require up to 1,500 additional pilots and cabin crew this year, the majority of these jobs will be filled by those who train with one of Ryanairs approved recruitment partners, which are listed on the airlines website.

Ryanair is advising anyone receiving an email from not to reply. Ryanair has notified the authorities in the UK and Ireland of this recruitment scam.

Ryanairs Stephen McNamara said, Ryanair condemns these illegal recruitment scams which prey on eager job hunters who are keen to secure a well paid career in aviation. Ryanair has contacted the authorities in the UK and Ireland to ensure that people are not duped into paying money for non-existent visas to unscrupulous scam artists. Those interested in a career with Ryanair should ignore these email scams and only apply for vacancies listed on the Ryanair website, where they will also find information on our approved training partners.

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