The CEO of "Fly Dubai", Ghaith Al-Ghaith, said that about 90% of the airline's employees, who were granted unpaid leave, have returned to their work centers in the company, and they are expected to return fully by the end of next month. He added that the company has opened the doors to employment again in the context of hiring more human cadres, especially aircraft crews and pilots, to accommodate the growing demand for travel and the number of destinations, and in the context of the airline receiving more new aircraft on an ongoing basis.
Al-Ghaith expected in press statements yesterday, during the company’s participation in the activities of the 17th edition of the Dubai Airshow, that the company will return to profitability during the current fiscal year, with the continued return of strong demand for flights and the easing of restrictions on international travel imposed by the “Corona” pandemic, pointing to The company currently serves more than 118 destinations, including seasonal destinations. And he indicated that the carrier has launched 22 new destinations since the start of easing restrictions on flights, including 13 destinations that are not served by direct flights from Dubai or the Emirates, stressing that the company's various destinations are performing well.
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