The Middle East’s largest low-cost airline, Air Arabia has announced plans to hire new cabin for its bases in Egypt and Sharjah (the next Emirate a long from Dubai). Applications are welcome from all nationalities for positions in Sharjah with Egyptian nationals and visa holders able to apply for the role in Egypt.
Air Arabia started business in 2003 and last year, the airline reported record profits – up 30% from 2016. Operating an all Airbus A320 family of over 50 aircraft, Air Arabia now flies 150 routes and is focused in five main hubs in Sharjah, Egypt, Morocco and Jordan.
Interested candidates can submit an application by sending an email to one of the following email addresses:
For Egyptian vacancies: email@example.com
For vacancies in Sharjah: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’ll need to include an up to date copy of your resume, along with a photograph of yourself in full business attire.
- Educated to at least High School level
- Fluent in both spoken and written English
- Minimum age: 21-years old. Maximum age: 30-years old
- Minimum height:
- Women: 160cm
- Men: 165cm
- Weight restrictions:
- Women: Between 58kg to 70kg
- Men: Between 68kg to 82kg
- Medically fit and able to swim at least 30 metres unaided
- No visible tattoo’s or piercings when in Air Arabia uniform
For positions in Egypt, the ability to speak either German or Italian is a definite advantage. Air Arabia is also keen to hear from anyone who has previous cabin crew or nursing experience.
You should only apply for this position by contacting Air Arabia through the official email addresses shown above. Do not accept offers from middlemen who claim to have contacts with the recruitment team.
More information can be found on the official Air Arabia careers website here.
At the moment, there’s no deadline posted so we’d strongly recommend submitting an application at the earliest opportunity if you’re interested in this role.
Positions in Sharjah
Successful candidates will be sponsored by Air Arabia in order to obtain a work visa in the UAE. Air Arabia provides cabin crew with an allowance for accommodation rather than providing its own accommodation. Contracts are generally offered for a minimum of three years.
Mateusz Maszczynski honed his skills as an international flight attendant at the most prominent airline in the Middle East and has been flying throughout the COVID-19 pandemic for a well-known European airline. Matt is passionate about the aviation industry and has become an expert in passenger experience and human-centric stories. Always keeping an ear close to the ground, Matt's industry insights, analysis and news coverage is frequently relied upon by some of the biggest names in journalism.