A lot of you have been reaching out to me and asking for help with the Emirates Cabin Crew recruitment process. As happy as I am to see so many people interested in the work that we do, I am unsure of the new procedures in place and cannot be of assistance to you because of this.
My advice if you want to become Cabin Crew with Emirates is to continue to watch the Emirates Group Careers website. This will be the first place where new information will become available regarding any vacancies within the company.
Thank you for your understanding!
In the meantime, I am working on a video that details my own personal experience with the recruitment process back in 2015. This will be posted on my YouTube channel when it becomes available.
You’ve been asking me to start a YouTube channel for awhile now, and this month it looks like I’ll finally have time to do it!
If you’ve been following my journey you will have probably already noticed that I’ve already began posting videos. These short clips have helped me to practice my video editing- but I’m finally ready to sit in front of the camera and answer YOUR questions about travel, aviation and the Cabin Crew life!
I don’t have a date set for an official “release” of these vlog-like videos, but please know that I’m working on it! In the meantime, you can catch a short teaser produced by my friend, Cory Breton above!
With only a few flights a week between Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Toronto, Canada you’re bound to see some familiar faces from time to time. This week, I was pleasantly surprised to bring a family back home to Canada that I had brought to the UAE last month! They were visiting family abroad and were such a joy to serve.
Also on my flight from Dubai were two wonderful ground staff, both travelling to Canada for a friends wedding. Originally from Korea, my fellow crew and I were happy to welcome them to the skies! 🙂
Emirates is known for having the best in-flight entertainment, but I doubt this is what passengers had in mind when they boarded this flight! Watch 75 members of the Baylor University Men’s Choir perform their rendition of Smokey Mountain’s “Da Coconut Nut” as a thank you to the crew for their hard work onboard.