4 APRIL 2022


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Article from BTNews 4 APRIL 2022

Wizz pay *

One airline not scared to publish its cabin staff pay rates is Wizz Air, the Hungarian airline listed on the London Stock Exchange, having a British Air Operator Certificate (AOC).

Crew roles are available at all four UK bases of the airline at Cardiff, Doncaster, Gatwick and Luton airports.

With brand new aircraft arriving to the airline in 2022 Wizz Air UK remains dedicated to offering over 8.5m low-fare seats to its passengers from ten UK airports.

The airline claims to offer the  best in class salaries for its cabin crew.

The salary publication comes as Wizz Air UK looks to attract over 100 new cabin crew to the airline.

As of 1 April, the guaranteed annual minimum basic salary of cabin attendants excluding variables (e.g. sector payment, commission after onboard sales) will be as follows:

Junior Cabin Attendant (0-9 months) £18,000–£23,450, Cabin Attendant (10 months) £20,480–£26,480.  Senior Cabin Attendant £21,887–£33,850

The basic salary is paid to cabin crew during the extensive initial training.

Wizz Air says it welcomes applications from experienced cabin crew, as well as those with no previous involvement at all.

Cabin crew members joining Wizz Air can expect free uniform, an unlimited number of discounted employee tickets, free tickets, fantastic discounts for friends and family, a monthly roster schedule, free meals while on duty, hotel accommodation and transport when working away from the home base.

Wizz Air is also recruiting for new pilots, who will have the opportunity to operate the airline’s constantly growing fleet of young, modern, and sustainable Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft. The airline welcomes applications from experienced captains and first officers, as well as those with no flying experience at all.


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Peter Sessions, Bedford

Can someone tell me what the other airlines pay.