About Emirates

Emirates is one of the world’s fastest growing airlines and has one of the world’s most modern fleet!

Based in Dubai, Emirates connects people all over the world to a network of over 150 destinations. Emirates’ superior on board products and services, welcoming cabin crew and modern all wide-body fleet are world renowned. It goes without saying that a fast-growing airline with more than 400 international awards for excellence does not achieve this status without an absolutely world-class workforce.

The Emirates Group offers a wide range of careers. Browse our current vacancies and find out what it’s like to work for a dynamic and multicultural business.

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Emirates Offices

Emirates Group Headquarters is conveniantly located across from Terminal 3, with a dedicated airport on the 1st floor for our Flight deck crew to check in, hold their briefings and get shuttled to the plane.


Emirates flight deck crew have three accomodation options when joining – you can choose to live in a furnished or unfurnished Emirates owned accommodation ranging from apartments to villas, or you could opt to find your own accommodation with our generous accommodation allowance.

Medical Services

Dubai has some of the best medical professionals and great hospitals and clinics, and Emirates provides great healthcare coverage for you and your dependants. Some might even compare the services there to that of a five-star hotel.


While you’re working, you won’t have to think about your children’s education. There are schools for children of all ages and nationalities, local and expat, from 18 months of age up to internationally accredited universities for undergrads and postgrads.

English is the main teaching language in most primary schools, while others teach in Arabic, French, Hindi and even Russian. After primary school, students spend three years in secondary or high school. International schools are an option – they’re usually private and therefore expensive, but many offer really good extra-curricular programmes. Some have different curriculums, from Indian to British, American, Canadian and Japanese. Bear in mind that many schools have a waiting list.