DUBAI, UAE, 27 October 2021: Emirates will boost its
operational workforce by recruiting more than 6,000 staff over the next six

As restrictions ease worldwide with the wider administration
of the vaccine, additional pilots, cabin crew, engineering specialists and
ground staff will be needed to support the airline’s ramp-up of operations
across its global network in response to the sooner-than-expected surge in
customer demand.

Emirates has already restored 90% of its network and is on
track to reach 70% of its pre-pandemic capacity by the end of 2021. The world’s
largest international airline is supplementing its flight schedules with
increased frequencies to meet the pent up demand. It is also deploying its
high-capacity double-decker A380 aircraft on popular routes around its network.
By November, Emirates will offer more than 165,000 additional seats on its
flagship A380 aircraft.

In September, Emirates embarked on a worldwide campaign to
recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services employees to join its Dubai
hub to support its operational requirements arising from the travel industry
recovery. As travel demand gains more traction than was earlier anticipated,
Emirates will now require an additional 700 ground staff in Dubai and across
its network.

In addition, the airline is offering career opportunities
for 600 qualified pilots interested in joining the global airline’s flight
operations team based in Dubai.

Candidates can find out more about the roles and requirements on

As part of the recruitment drive, Emirates also aims to
reinforce its Engineering team by hiring 1,200 skilled technical staff,
comprising aircraft engineers and engineering support staff, to be based in
Dubai and outstations. Emirates is the world’s largest operator of both the
Boeing 777 and A380 aircraft. Its fleet currently comprises 263 widebody
aircraft, and the airline has a number of new aircraft on order to meet future
demand, including Airbus A350s, Boeing 787-9s and Boeing 777-X aircraft types.

All of Emirates’ Boeing 777 aircraft are in active service,
operating to more than 120 destinations on both passenger and cargo missions.
The airline also currently flies its flagship A380 aircraft to 18 cities, and
this will soon be scaled up by more than 65% to reach 27 destinations at the
end of November. By December, the last two A380s will be delivered to join
Emirates’ fleet, and some 50 of its A380 aircraft will have returned to active

Dubai’s diverse mix of cultures, tax-free environment, and
leading infrastructure for living, working and recreation continues to attract
people from all over the world, with more than 200 nationalities calling the
city their home.

Currently, more than 86% of the UAE’s population is fully
vaccinated against Covid-19, and more than 96% have received at least one dose,
placing it as the highest in the world in terms of vaccines administered per
100 people.

Candidates who wish to apply to join Emirates’ flight deck crew, cabin crew, airport services team, and other roles can find out more on