Happiness score is 51 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4bn to £7bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Aerospace & Defence
  • Link
    Ryanair website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 562 reviews and is evolving.



Nightshift Engineering Coordinator in Stansted
on 20 April 2022
Good start to getting into the aviation industry
Good experience in the field. I enjoyed it and it is a good place to learn on the job training as well as learning the ins and outs of how the aviation industry functions.
Cabin Crew Member in East Midlands
on 9 April 2022
Fast paced environment.
Ideal for a starting point for people who show an interest in aviation. The training is a really great opportunity to make new friends and build strength of character
Cabin Crew in Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester
on 3 April 2022
Worst company ever AVOID
The worst company I have every worked for. They don’t care about their staff. No organisation or support from management. People look down on you if you’re new and openly talk about how they hate new people. No confidentiality, if you call with a problem the whole base will soon know about it. The only fun part is the training. With the reputation the company has, working for them really has confirmed this for me. Working 5 days on and 3 days off is a bonus. Pay is so so poor, the staff are living like students. If you have plans to save for your own house this is not doable within this company. The job is glorified on social media but that is not the reality of the job. Half the people who make these videos actually hate the company themselves. The job itself can be good but the company I would avoid at all costs and start with a different airline. Other airlines may charge for the training but the amount you end up paying out for the ‘free’ training you may aswell have paid the fees for a different company.
Cabin Crew in Stansted, Essex
on 15 March 2022
Awful salary
Would not recommend working for Ryanair at all very stressful environment and awful salary can not afford to pay all your bills. Management is poor seem to have there favourites
Cabin Crew in Stansted Airport
on 10 March 2022
Great do learn but terrible management
Usually long and stressful days, depending of your crew you can have a very toxic environment and the management of the all company is terrible. They are super disorganise. Most of the time you have to fight for your full salary, days off and annual leave.

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