Wizz Air seeking new crew members for EX-YU bases


Wizz Air will be holding a number of cabin crew recruitment events at its bases in Belgrade, Skopje, Tuzla and Sarajevo throughout March. The open day in Belgrade will take place on March 11 at the Jump Inn Hotel at 09.00 sharp. In Skopje, interested candidates are requested to attend the open day at Hotel Tim's Apartments on either March 11, 18 or 26 at 09.00. Tuzla applicants should head to the Golden Star Hotel on March 17 at 09.00, while those in Sarajevo to the Hotel Holiday on March 25 at the same time. Interested applicants must be at least eighteen years old, have a minimum high school diploma and be fluent in English and another southeast European language. Those attending the open day must bring with them an updated English CV, preferably two photos (face and full body), as well as references. As this is an open recruitment event, no prior registration is required. During the event, applicants can expect a company presentation, short personal introduction, situational roleplay, team play and an interview.

The move coincides with the budget carrier’s largest recruitment drive for pilots and cabin crew. Wizz Air plans to hire 200 pilots and 800 cabin crew in the coming months as it continues to ramp up operations across its network. The airline said it was committed to creating thousands more jobs over there next decade, as it plans to triple the size of its fleet to 500 Airbus aircraft. An average of 2.000 new recruits will be taken on each year until 2030.


  1. Anonymous13:40

    How many was it that left Wizz during COVID?

    Can Ukrainian Wizz Crew work in our region?

    1. Bogdan18:54

      Ukranians are being offered all the Polish bases plus Budapest, Abu Dhabi or Tirana. They can choose from each of these ones.


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