Airline is looking for 3,000 workers in Chile and the world: Know the requirements and how to apply |  Economy

September 16, 2021 by archyde

Emirates, an international airline with operations in Chile, launched a global campaign with the aim of accelerating its operations: seeks 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services employees, to add to their hub in Dubai.

From the company they indicated BioBioChile that the selection process, in the first instance and by covid-19 protocols, will be online.

Candidates interested in being cabin crew or airport service agents can learn more about job requirements and submit their application at

“The available positions are dedicated to customer service, are based in Dubai and are an excellent opportunity for those with a friendly, energetic profile and with interests oriented to the service of people (…)”, the company added in a statement.

The requirements

-At least 21 years of age at the time of joining.

-Minimum height of 1.60 cm.

-Arm reach of 212 cm while standing on tiptoe.

-Graduate of secondary (fourth complete half).

-Fluency in English (written and spoken).

– Visible tattoos are not allowed while wearing the Emirates cabin crew uniform (cover up with makeup or bandages is not allowed).

-To be able to adapt to new people, new places and new situations.

-Physically suitable for the demands of this role, healthy body mass index (BMI).

Currently, the airline flies to more than 120 cities, which represents 90% of its pre-pandemic network, and plans to restore 70% of its capacity by the end of the year, this includes putting its iconic A380 aircraft back into flight.

In the framework of the relaxation of health measures, it has also been reintegrating the pilots, cabin crew and other operational employees who, due to the pandemic, had to put their services on pause.

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