What Your Colleagues Are Saying About Eurofleet

What Your Colleagues Are Saying About Eurofleet

Worldwide, Monday, May 06th, 2019
Last week saw the transfer list for Worldwide to Eurofleet re-open in accordance with the Settlement Agreement. There has been a lively discussion on Facebook about life on Eurofleet, both good and bad..but overall the comments are pretty positive whether from ex Eurofleet crew now on Worldwide, or current Eurofleet crew. It seems like quite a few of you are considering a change!  Here’s a sample of some of the latest comments 

I love Eurofleet for the people and Flexibility  You can be home every night if you want to or stay overnight in some amazing European or U.K.  destinations.  so much easier only one licence LOL No club galley or long long service routines  My spending on Host is practically zero, I find €80 lasts me all month  I love the friendly crew and places I get to see  Moved over 18 months ago from WW and bloody love it  Even the longest EF flight is a doddle compared to WW I live 65 miles from Heathrow but it’s been great getting more control over my life and I bid for night-stops so I’m not driving in everyday  Best decision I ever made to move to EF a couple of years ago. No jetlag, family life much more settled, lovely friendly Fleet.. If you can’t face Club Galley or having no choice of positions yet again, give Eurofleet a try Transferred to EF 6 years ago, best thing I ever did.  I’ve not done a juice round, reset IFE, or had to open the M5 kit in four years LOL I still get a kick out of that  There’s a common misconception that we are all up at 3am! I bid for late starts but if you want to start early you can, and be back home by early afternoon or downroute with the rest of the day free.  I earn a bit less than WW but my monthly spending downroute is much lower so it evens out  I like the fixed days off that you get even if you don’t fly.. I was a “junior” on WW after 16 years..but I’m usually top or second choice on EF Club Europe service is soooo easy compared to Worldwide EF Leave process suits me better as it’s based on seniority and rotating leave groups not just points  I do miss the amount of downtime on Worldwide but I was asleep during a lot of it   

We’ll be interviewing two ex Worldwide crew later this week and bringing you their answers about their experiences on Eurofleet. In the meantime if you have any questions please call us or come down to the BASSA Eurofleet Office at T5