easyJet comes with a strong and distinct culture. One that we’re really proud of. We set out to do it our way, to be individual and unique rather than copy others. And we hope it shows.It all starts with a very flat hierarchy, which eliminates unnecessary layers of management – and gives us a human touch you can feel right across the organisation, encouraging a ‘one team’ approach to delivery whether on board an aircraft or in an office, supporting our goal to keep costs low and our value of ‘simplicity’. We even encourage our central support people to dress casually, to be themselves and not hide behind a suit and tie. In fact, we’ve banned ties! Our crew and pilots wear our issue uniform, specifically designed by crew for our crew!We have no offices. Our working spaces are open plan, encouraging an open culture, allowing us all to work together, and enabling us to share our experiences and support each other – with a little bit of fun and enjoyment added in. Of course we have to work hard, but this is one of the most exciting, progressive and enjoyable environments you could wish to do it in
With over 220 aircraft flying over 700 routes to more than 30 countries, easyJet is the 4th largest airline in Europe, and tenth largest in the world. Being one of our pilots isn’t just about flying planes. You’ll be part of one of the biggest success stories in modern aviation.Join our team of co-pilots, Captains and trainers and you’ll take on a key leadership role and set the highest standards of professionalism in everything you do. Seeing the big picture as clearly as you do the finer detail, you’ll make sound decisions and always make safety your number one priority.Highly skilled and passionate about flying, you’ll love the fact that on average our Airbus aircraft are only five years old. And even more new aircraft will be landing shortly. Thanks to the huge diversity of routes we fly from our various bases across Europe, you’ll also experience some of the more challenging airport destinations. And as we’re short haul, there’s lots of variety, quick turnarounds, short flights and sometimes multiple take-offs and landings in a single day.