Emirates is hiring UK crew – and it includes huge perks worth thousands | The Sun

EMIRATES is hiring crew from the UK – and it comes with some amazing perks.

The airline is holding a flight attendant recruitment day next week in Birmingham.

Based in Dubai, crew get to live in the city with a number of freebies and offerings from the airline.

This includes a tax-free salary, free accommodation and free airport transfers as well as concessional tickets on Emirates and other airlines.

Free medical cover and discounts on shopping and activities in Dubai are also included – and there are some perks for family and friends too.

The airline serves over 150 cities across 85 countries, so you could also find yourself travelling to a number of different destinations for free.

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Anyone interested can head to the open day at Novotel Birmingham Centre on Broad Street on November 1.

All you need is a CV in English and a recent photograph, although you can pre-register on the Emirates website.

An Emirates spokesperson said: "Emirates offers candidates outstanding career opportunities, with excellent training facilities and a broad range of development programmes for its employees.

"All Emirates crew are based in the exciting cosmopolitan city of Dubai and enjoy an attractive employment package that includes a variety of benefits.

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"Emirates’ cabin crew enjoys attractive concessional travel benefits for themselves as well as their families and friends to all destinations that the airline flies to."

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