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Emirates seeks 3,000 cabin crew as operations ramp up By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – Emirates aircraft are seen on the runway at Dubai International Airport, Dubai (United Arab Emirates), January 13th 2021. REUTERS/Abdel Hadi Ramahi/File Photo

DUBAI (Reuters) – Emirates on Thursday said it would look to hire 3,000 flight attendants and another 500 people for roles at Dubai airport over the next six months as it continues to restore operations hit by the pandemic.

Dubai State-owned Airlines, which had fired thousands last year, stated that they currently operate to 120 cities. That is 90% of their pre-pandemic network.

It will operate 70% of its prepandemic capacity before the end.

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