Various vacancies are being filled by UAE airlines locally and in other countries around the world.
Around 300 full-time jobs are being offered by local airlines, including Emirates, Etihad Airways, flydubai, Air Arabia, and Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.
The Dubai-based Emirates is recruiting to fill 100+ vacancies, such as cabin crew, call center agents, sales agents, engineers, technicians, airport service agents, and senior maintenance technicians.
The flagship carrier has announced openings for positions such as senior administrator, travel consultant, senior manager/chief architect, cargo handling supervisor, technical manager, senior cargo sales executive, and public relations specialist at its subsidiaries such as dnata, Emirates Holidays, Emirates SkyCargo, and Arabian Adventures.
Other cities and countries where these positions are available include Auckland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Karachi, Addis Ababa, Munich, Mauritius, London, Colombo, Muscat, New York, Chicago, Poland, Budapest, and others.
As the aviation industry bounces back from the pandemic, airlines will continue to hire this year. Since the beginning of the year, FlyDubai has expanded its workforce by 25 percent.
According to Etihad Airways‘ career portal, the airline offers more than 100 jobs, including cabin crew, food safety audit officers, network development managers, airside safety officers, route profitability managers, forklift operators, warranty and repair officers, butchers, bakers, cooks, and corporate communication officers.
Jobs for cabin crew are available in a variety of countries, including Australia, Germany, Oman, Istanbul, the Netherlands, Greece, Spain, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Japan, Malaysia and others. Abu Dhabi, however, will be the base for the cabin crew.
There are over a dozen vacancies at budget carrier flydubai, including IT senior developer, flight operations manager, legal affairs specialist, senior officer for schedule planning, fleet and network planning specialist, senior flight operations coordinator, and IT network engineer.
Earlier this month, flydubai’s chief executive officer told Khaleej Time the airline would continue recruiting “throughout the year.”
The Sharjah-based low-cost airline Air Arabia also has more than 50 vacancies, including captains, crew members, store controllers, marketing managers, technicians, account executives, call center agents, and marketing and PR executives.
Pakistan, India, Egypt, and Armenia are all countries where many of these jobs are located.
A crew planner, cabin crew, experienced cabin crew, and compliance manager position is available at Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.