Travel + Leisure: What it takes to become a flight attendant with Emirates

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Being Cabin Crew with Emirates has allowed me to see the world, experience different cultures and work with people from all over the world. Now, it’s your turn to join our award-winning, cosmopolitan team too!

Travel + Leisure recently published an article detailing the current requirements for Cabin Crew. I’ve received a lot of questions about the application process, and am hoping their article helps to answer some of them!

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  1. Dilek
    June 20, 2018 / 7:55 am

    Hello. I just wanted to ask you if you know about what they are testing you in the medical? I have rheumatism but still want to become a cabin crew 😯 could this be a reason to fail?

    • Lipstick And Luggage
      June 20, 2018 / 8:39 am

      Hi Dilek,

      To be honest, I can’t remember much about the medical testing. I do remember that some of these tests are compulsory in order to receive your employment visa in Dubai. More information on that can be found here:

      Sorry I couldn’t be more help.

      Kind regards,

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