Avid travelers know that traveling with the 'Emirates' airline is one of the best journeys they get to experience. With this palatial airline equipped with first class seats, cocktail bars, food area, showers & swimming pool, it's no surprise that working for it is a fantasy for many people throughout the world.
Emirates has one of the least employee attrition rates, in all the cases including flight team and other offices. They offer their pilots premium settlement, very much furnished with eateries, coffeehouses, bars, and wellness centers. Their representatives appreciate rebates crosswise over numerous life brands and stores. What's more is their unparalleled travel benefits with their enormous route network.
As the brand name suggests, Emirates expects you to fly your hours both in the air and on the simulator and have very low tolerance for errors as it hires the best. Let's see if attendants stay the best throughout their time at Emirates & how their lives are affected.
Being a flight attendant at Emirates is one of the exciting experiences of life. You're paid to travel the whole world. Your monthly payment is good according to the standard of living of the city & what else does a person need if all his bucket list is fulfilled without being much spending on it.
Social life being at Emirates is a bit difficult. There are many pitfalls as well as benefits to this job. You hardly get to meet your family and rarely get to celebrate any festivals with them. Also, you can make a lot of friends, but they aren't your friends. It's very hard to get similar rosters, so you never get to see people you like because one of you is always flying.
Emirates has a dress code that allows its women staff to wear the red hat, a red lipstick & a uniform which is different for pilots & air hostesses. Men have to keep their hair short and well-groomed. They must be clean-shaved upon boarding, with nails cut short.
The cabin crew majorly faces health issues. They're constantly jet lagged, sleep deprived, crazy body clocks, no food or too much food, different time zones, flying over the poles and getting exposed to radiations (more chances of getting cancer than a normal person), PCOS, varicose veins and much more.
Contradictory to what many people believe, 'flying professionally' doesn't loosen you up as many other adventure sports do. Flying professionally makes you a more ALERT human being. Being a part of the cabin crew is the responsibility of the utmost kind. Being a pilot consists of the fact of being aware & responsible for human life and the machine, that costs a ton! 'Flying professionally' makes you much more than just 'disciplined.'
Emirates believes in the safety of their clients & machine. Look at how immensely beautiful their air hostesses take these travelers through the safety guide. The airline hires about 5,500 cabin crew per year, from more than 200,000 applicants who compete for this post to come out as the best flight attendants.
Free tickets to travel all over the world for the flight attendants & their family members. Being an air hostess, you meet some of the most amazing people on board but also the meanest ones. You hear them yelling at you for something which is out of your control, but you can't answer back, so you put a fake smile on and go through it but yes it affects you because you're human too.
To fly an airplane under your command is the most liberating feeling in the whole wide world. To have a place of work above the clouds is fulfilling and satisfying if only you are truly passionate about flying.
Being a flight attendant at any of the airlines is a priority based matter. It is a profession that demands you to think from a different perspective of your brain.
After the privileges that Emirates crew get to travel to more than 35+ countries, living in Dubai, Lisbon etc is the most amazing, firstly because the localities felt so safe and secondly the party scene is always amazing. Being an Emirates flight attendant, the staff is treated differently everywhere, free entry in all the clubs and discounts everywhere.
At Emirates, parties are always on fleek. Every year Emirates airline rugby sevens are organized in Dubai where all the staff from over the world is invited to dress fancy & enjoy the rugby game.
The payment that the Emirates employee receive is tax-free and inflation adjusted. They are paid the same value they've signed up for, irrespective of the strength of the local currency.
Being an Emirates member, banks are always available at your doorstep to offer you loan facility, a credit card or any other financial help that you need at an emergency hour.
Captain Ashley Klinger explains her life & all the ups & downs she has to face being a pilot at Emirates. That shows the sense of responsibility & one's love for their profession.
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