Airlines from the UAE and Middle East will hire around 196,000 new personnel over the next 20 years, including 54,000 pilots, 51,000 technicians and 91,000 cabin crew members. Check all job vacancies on binhadis.com from leading airlines in Middle East.
Reflecting recovery in the UAE and regional aviation sector, Dubai’s flagship carrier Emirates and Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways have announced hiring 4,500 cabin crew and other airport staff in the coming few months to accommodate growth and route expansion.
Emirates will recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services employees in the coming months to cater to growing passenger demand. Etihad will host a major recruitment drive to hire up to 1,000 individuals with hospitality experience to join its cabin crew team.
Randy Heisey, managing director of commercial marketing for the Middle East at Boeing, said: “The Middle East region’s role as a global connecting hub continues to be important for developing markets to and from Southeast Asia, China and Africa. The region has been a leader in restoring confident passenger travel through multi-faceted initiatives that aid international travel recovery.”
Boeing projected that Middle East passenger traffic and the region’s commercial fleet will more than double over the 20-year forecast period.
More than two-thirds of aeroplane deliveries to the Middle East will accommodate growth, while one-third of deliveries will replace older aeroplanes with more fuel-efficient models such as the 737 MAX, 787 Dreamliner and 777X.
Source : Khaleejtimes