Emirates Facing Cabin Crew Shortages for Their Flight

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Today’s breaking news is Emirates is facing a cabin crew shortage and trouble completing employees for some of the flights. Emirates employs about 25,000 cabin crew staff from around the world. And as per my knowledge, its happened for the resignations and other workforce constraints, several employees told Reuters.

Actually, this issue follows from the pilot shortage, and Emirates said it in April month. Because cut back some of their frequent flight from their routing this summer. Four employees of the Emirates said it happened for an increase in the number of crew in sick and it had put pressure on the airline. And also resignations among the cabin crew.

Mainly this kind of problem has happened with the major airlines. Because they’re having a tuff competitive marketplace and the total impact this on the staffing. last year to recognize unions to avoid a Christmas strike after a shortage of standby pilots forced it to cancel flights from European biggest Airlines, was forced to do that.

Emirates has 25,000 cabin crew staff around the world. The airlines making unbelievable growth which is affected over the last few years by lower oil prices. And it has become a major airline in the Gulf countries and the World.


Some information collected by the employee of the airline was that ‘The airline was operating flights with limited cabin crew or pilots which is required as per the regulations. And everyday employees were working extra hours which is set by law’.

The airline is going to recruit an open day for the new crew this month. And the countries are including the United Kingdom, the United States, and France, and all the information is mentioned on their official websites.

Emirates facing cabin crew shortages for their flight

More Emirates employees said- ‘The airline was operating flights with limited cabin crew or pilots which is required as per the regulations. And everyday employees were working extra hours which is set by law’. So, Emirates’ aircraft of Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300 jets requires a large number of cabin crew per flight than smaller aircraft.

So we hope Emirates will control everything with their rant in this competitive market and give up all the time. And become the more powerful airline in the WORLD.

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Paresh Baidya

Hello, Everyone I am Paresh Baidya. And an Experienced Airlines Staff.Apart from that, I am a YouTuber and Blogger of AVIATION DREAMER. And I love to making video and writing on the different topic and my hobbies are listening to music and traveling through the country.


Juhi Patelya · October 8, 2018 at 2:13 PM

Heyy I’m Juhi Patelya. I don’t have any experience in cabin crew/ airhostess but my height is 5’6 and I know 4 languages. I want to work as airhostess. I have experience of beautician for 3 years.

Muyu · November 15, 2018 at 7:15 PM

Hi, how can i apply for cabin crew position from zambia?

Natasha Wankumbu Ngambi · January 8, 2019 at 7:50 AM

How can apply for cabin crew

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