Jet2.com and Jet2holidays (Jet2) have appointed over 120 ex-Thomas Cook colleagues, including more than 50 pilots, 20 engineers, and almost 40 cabin crew members.
Since the collapse of Thomas Cook, Jet2 has worked to offer ex-colleagues the opportunity to find alternative employment, hosting a number of dedicated recruitment roadshows. These roadshows have taken place across the UK in Manchester, Peterborough, Birmingham Airport and London Stansted Airport, as well as overseas.
Jet2 anticipates that it could employ a further 50 pilots by the end of February 2020, taking the total number of ex-Thomas Cook recruited pilots to more than 100. Furthermore, over 20 engineers from Thomas Cook have accepted offers to join the company and planning is underway to fill a further 50 engi…
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