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Emirates Airline Crew Life

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  Topic Started By:  user78179    On:  Sat 18th November, 2017 at 11:20
user78179
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Posts: 4
#2  Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 18/11/2017 at 11:20
Hey guys! I am almost finishing my first contract with Emirates and summed up everything during these 3 years on my blog. For the future, if you want to have any tips / ideas about the company, you are more than welcome to visit my page as
Click here
www.crewlifemirates.com

And if you have any questions atm, you can just leave a comment here and I'll do my best to clear up any doubts.

Wish you all the success! X
Tugce
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Mo27
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#3  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 21/11/2017 at 14:06
In reply to post #2...
Hey, I would like to know is there any maximum age requirement. like hidden policy?
Edited 21/11/2017 @ 14:07 Revision #1
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142f
Groupie
Posts: 53
Indonesia
#4  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 23/11/2017 at 10:48
In reply to post #2...
Does stretchmark matter? I've stretchmarks on my calves and I'm afraid EK won't tolerate this kind of things and also I've a cafe au lait spot on my neck just as big as a small coin. Does it also matter? Thanks!
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Desert_Hostie
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Posts: 135
United Arab Emirates
#5  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 09/01/2018 at 14:36
In reply to post #4...
Unofficial age limit 32, I have met very few who joined after that age unless they had already airline experience, supervisors etc...

But you will not find it written anywhere except when they use a recruitment agency.

And tbh, you don't want to start there after your 30s as it's not an adult working environment, sharing apartment etc in your mid 30's....
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dojobie
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Posts: 57
United Arab Emirates
#6  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 12/01/2018 at 23:58
In reply to post #2...

Originally posted by user78179

Hey guys! I am almost finishing my first contract with Emirates and summed up everything during these 3 years on my blog. For the future, if you want to have any tips / ideas about the company, you are more than welcome to visit my page as
Click here
www.crewlifemirates.com

And if you have any questions atm, you can just leave a comment here and I'll do my best to clear up any doubts.

Wish you all the success! X
Tugce

Why don't you discuss the REAL Emirates, the long delays, the crap crew food, minimum rest, busy rosters, low morale between crew....

Your blog paints an incorrect picture of what it is really like to work for them. Having worked for them for 12 years, I am still hoping to see your ideal lifestyle to fruition....
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australia2018
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#7  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 04/02/2018 at 14:11
In reply to post #2...
Great source of info, thanks for sharing
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Sashaben77
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Posts: 142
United Kingdom
#8  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 05/02/2018 at 19:20
In reply to post #6...
I cannot get this website to work. what page did it bring you to?

What is life like with emirates?

thanks
Once a dream, Now a reality
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Desert_Hostie
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Posts: 135
United Arab Emirates
#9  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 06/02/2018 at 09:18
Make of it what you will, but more than 1000 crew arrived en masse at the Emirates HQ yesterday to complain to management regarding issues which have long been a concern.

Reportedly there were more but EK management had security close access to prevent anyone else coming in. Several videos were uploaded to youtube which were since removed of management being booed by the assembled crowd.

I have never heard of anything like it before (as this sort of thing is technically illegal in the UAE) so it must be getting bad if crew are willing to risk a 'public assemblage' of this nature.
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chloe0301
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#10  Re: Emirates Airline Crew Life  Posted 08/02/2018 at 21:22
In reply to post #6...
I second this!
Resigned a couple of months ago and its the best thing I ever did!
You dont realise how bad it is until you get out of it.
Glad to hear your views though
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