What to expect at the easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day

Mar 14, 2019 | Cabin Crew

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(Last updated on: 28/10/2020)

This post will discuss what to expect at the easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day! Once you’ve made an application on their careers website and passed the online tests, you will be sent details and dates for one of the easyJet Assessment Days! You will usually need to attend an Assessment Day at the base that you applied for.

Registration and Physical Checks

The easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment day starts at around half 8. You will start of by registering. After this, you will be asked for a height check – you must be between 5’2″ and 6’3″ tall! You will then be asked to complete the reach test, where you must be able to reach 193 cm. After the physical checks you will be asked to go to a different room where you will be split into different groups.

Introductions and Presentation

The different crew members will introduce themselves to you and talk about themselves and how long they’ve been working there for. They will then conduct a welcome presentation where they explain how the easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day will run.

Group Exercises

After this, you will start the group exercises. During the easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day, you will be asked to complete at least 3 different group activities. An example is matching an item of luggage with a description of the person. It doesn’t matter if you get the wrong answer, but the assessors will be looking at how you work and communicate with the other members of your team.

You will also be asked to have a discussion with members of your team. For example, you could be given a number of scenarios and asked to discuss how you would deal with them.

The final task you will likely be asked to complete is a re-design of their in-flight magazine. You will then be asked to present what you have come up with to your assessor.


After the group activities there will be eliminations and a group of people will be sent home.


Those who have got through the shortlisting will watch a presentation on the history of easyJet and what it is like to be Cabin Crew for them. They will discuss the salary, staff benefits and the rest of their recruitment process for those who are successful!

Final Interview

The final step of the easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day is the final interview. If you’ve been successful throughout the day you will be asked to attend an interview that day. You will be asked a number of questions and will need to give examples from previous experience to prove you have the skills that easyJet are looking for.

You will then be sent an email after about a week saying if you have been successful or not. If you have been successful you may be put in the holding pool where you wait for a training date to become available. During this time you will be asked to complete a number of background and health checks.

Have you ever been to an easyJet Cabin Crew Assessment Day? I’d love to hear from you! Leave your comments down below.


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