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Emirates announces its need for 6000 job opportunities in the coming period
Emirates announces its need for 6000 job opportunities in the coming period

The chief operating officer of Emirates Airlines, Adel Al-Rida, said that seat occupancy on the airline’s flights is currently more than 65%, and is expected to reach 80% during next December, with the continued growth in demand for air transport.

He explained in press statements, on the sidelines of the "Dubai Airshow 2021", yesterday, that "Emirates Airlines" currently has a need to employ more than 6000 employees during the next six months, stressing that reservations through "Emirates Airlines" are promising, as the special protocols change By traveling in countries, and easing entry requirements, reservations via the carrier rose directly, indicating that there was a big jump in reservations in some countries by more than 35% in Germany, France, Spain and Switzerland, after changing travel protocols.

Al-Rida pointed out that it is difficult to predict the conditions of travel in the next stage, or the renewal of new waves of the "Covid 19" pandemic in some regions of the world, ruling out that there will be a complete closure in the world due to the increase in infections. Seating capacity Al-Rida explained that the carrier currently occupies about 65% of the seat capacity, compared to the pre-Covid-19 stage in 2019, noting that the carrier operates 47 A380 aircraft, compared to 27 aircraft two months ago, as well as a full operation. The airline's fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft.

On employment opportunities, Al-Rida said: “We currently have a need to employ more than 6000 employees over the next six months, in departments: pilots, cabin crew, engineers, or airport employees. Training is monthly, to prepare them to resume work on (A380) aircraft in the near future.”

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