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Emirates intensifies Cabin Crew Recruitment Drive in Singapore

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com 20 December 2005

Emirates is intensifying its cabin crew recruitment drive in Singapore. The airline will hold an Open Day on Friday, December 30. Interested participants should report to the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel from 9.30am to 4.00pm, with an updated resume, as well as their full-length passport size photographs in business attire. Shortlisted candidates will be notified for screenings and final interviews.

Stephen Chu, Emirates' Area Manager for Singapore and Brunei said, "Emirates has become a brand well-known for its award-winning in-flight service, and we are looking for cabin crew who can continue to uphold that reputation. We believe there is an excellent pool of talent in Singapore who will fit Emirates' stringent requirements and we hope to recruit a robust number of Singaporean crew during the upcoming Open Day. Emirates is an exciting and dynamic carrier, and coupled with its expansion plans, selected candidates will soon realise that working for the airline is a great career move."

Since October, Emirates has sent teams of recruitment specialists to 16 countries in Asia Pacific, including Singapore. The airline expects to double its fleet by 2012, and aims to recruit cabin crew staff numbers in line with its fleet expansion, recruiting about 1,000 new cabin crew by the end of its financial year. 

Besides Singapore, Emirates has also widened their search for candidates in Australia, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia. Earlier this year, the airline also conducted similar recruitment drives in Europe and the Middle East.

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