Eagertofly in Belfast, United Kingdom said: Hi Isabelle, you would have to get the right to work in the US ahead of time before applying. Have you considered applying to UK/EU airlines for example BA or Flybe as examples and of course Ryanair. I am American who has the right to work in both the US and in Britian so right now i am in the process of preparing to apply to as many airlines in both locations as i reasonably can. I wish you good luck,
Hello! I, too, am a U.S. National who recently married a Brit. Are you flying for an airline in England now?
I now have my Spouse Visa which enables me to work here. I was a FA for ExpressJet for 10 years, but I would like to apply to FlyBe. British Airways is hiring Mixed Fleet, and I am not sure what that entails. I have a question for you, if you can help me: I do not as yet have a UK driver's license, just a U.S. one. According to the minimum requirements, I need a UK driver's license. Should I wait until I get one before I apply, or would it be okay to apply anyway?
Do you have any idea if Ryanair is as good as FlyBe to work for? How about EasyJet?
Thanks for your help!