What It’s REALLY Like To Be An Emirates Cabin Crew

Have you seen those Emirates banner ads while watching a football or a rugby game?

Emirates has become one of the most recognized airlines in the world – most especially their cabin crew.

Can you guess how many applications the airline receives just for the position of cabin crew?

Over 200,000 applications per year!

However, only roughly 2% of these applicants will actually get the job; making it one of the most selective positions  in the world.

Many have become so curious about what it’s like to work for Emirates and live in Dubai.

In response, Emirates put together a couple of videos on YouTube to answer some questions.


What It’s Like To An Emirates Cabin Crew

How are your rosters like? How many flights do you have on average per month? Do you find it a stressful job? What is the hardest part of the job?

These are just a handful of the questions Richard and Kate will answer in this video below.

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Fardiana speaks about the hiring process that every applicant has to go through.

She also does a great job in describing the kind of a person that would be a perfect fit for this job. Are you that person?

There you have it; free travel, free housing, tax-free salary, and the “the benefits are endless.”

Want to be an Emirates cabin crew? What are you waiting for?

Head to apply Now to see if they are hiring in a city near you.

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