Can I work with Emirates/Etihad until retirement??

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    glv99
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    Hello everybody!
    I really want to become an Emirates or an Etihad flight attendant, however I’ve read that, once you approach 50 years old, they start renewing your contract every 12 months instead of 3 years so that they can fire you as soon as you’re not that fit anymore… I was just wondering what may happen, I mean, let’s suppose that I start working with them when I’m 21/22 years old and I work with them until I’m 50, I become a Purser etc… they would seriously lay me off like that, out of nowhere?

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    Hi there,

    Well, anything could change in the future – we have no idea how employment practices could change in the UAE over the next few decades but if we’re talking about now, then yes, your contract could simply be not renewed.

    This is said to be more of an issue at Emirates than at Etihad but employment law does allow contracts to be terminated like this.  However, what I would say is that both of these airlines have so many other opportunities – from being cabin crew, you could go on to do lots of different jobs where contract renewal wouldn’t be such an issue.

    #100002571
    glv99
    Anonymous

    Hi there,

    Well, anything could change in the future – we have no idea how employment practices could change in the UAE over the next few decades but if we’re talking about now, then yes, your contract could simply be not renewed.

    This is said to be more of an issue at Emirates than at Etihad but employment law does allow contracts to be terminated like this. However, what I would say is that both of these airlines have so many other opportunities – from being cabin crew, you could go on to do lots of different jobs where contract renewal wouldn’t be such an issue.

    Could you please make me some examples of jobs that one could do once they don’t wanna be cabin crew anymore but still stay in the airlines? Are there any jobs in which you’re somehow “advantaged” if you’ve been cabin crew?

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    Khaledamira
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    Hi,every boady
    I Really want to become Emirates flight attendant,however I have Read that,once you approach 50 years old,they start renwenig your contract every 12 months instead of 3 years so that they can fire you as soon as you are not that fit
    any more…I was just.

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    Sridhar
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    I need job  because I’m perfectly suitable this job my height 5.9 my weight 75 so my self confidence I got this job already Im face this intrviews selected but I’m not going because Home financial problem face my semester exms so I’m not going,thank you sir, and madem I see my application and return call me thank u management

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    I need job  because I’m perfectly suitable this job my height 5.9 my weight 75 so my self confidence I got this job already Im face this intrviews selected but I’m not going because Home financial problem face my semester exms so I’m not going,thank you sir, and madem I see my application and return call me thank u management

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    <span class=”f”> </span>Hello everybody! I really want to become an Emirates or an Etihad flight attendant<wbr />, however I’ve read that, once you approach 50 years old, … by epicfollowersuk

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    <span class=”st”>As an Emirates pilot you get to enjoy a work-life balance. Hear what current … First Officers can progress to Synthetic Flight Instructors or CRM Instructors. by   epicfollowerscanada</span>
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    <span class=”st”>Etihad Airways benefits and perks, including insurance benefits, retirement … Bike to Work Scheme; Employee Discount; Commuter Checks & Assistance ... followers australia</span>
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    <span class=”st”>Etihad Airways is the second-largest airline and the flag carrier of the UAE (after Emirates). Its head office is in Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi, near Abu Dhabi’s International Airport. Etihad commenced operations in November 2003. The airline operates more than 1,000 flights per week to over 120 passenger … Profits<wbr />*: Earlier profit/loss figures do not appear to have ever been … buy followers italy</span>
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    Etihad Airways is the second-largest airline and the flag carrier of the UAE (after Emirates). Its head office is in Khalifa City, Abu Dhabi, near Abu Dhabi’s International Airport. Etihad commenced operations in November 2003. The airline operates more than 1,000 flights per week to over 120 passenger … Profits<wbr />*: Earlier profit/loss figures do not appear to have ever been …by followers uk

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    and benefits aren’t quite as generous as the neighbouring Dubai-based Emirates. … All Cabin Crew have to be based in Abu Dhabi, the home of Etihad … This will depend on the number of flights you work and the length of … Instead of a pension, you’ll receive what is called an ‘end of service benefit’. by active followers uk

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    I’ve heard somewhere that Emirates airlines doesn’t offer a pension scheme… … I could work my entire life for Emirates and then when it’s time to retire I won’t … As far as I know, there are no pensions in Emirates and Etihad. by  followers uk

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    As Cabin Crew you’ll also get to operate one of the youngest and most … and benefits aren’t quite as generous as the neighbouring Dubai-based Emirates. … But as a young, dynamic and forward-thinking airline, you can expect … Instead of a pension, you’ll receive what is called an ‘end of service benefit’. by followers canada

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