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Emirates is looking for future cabin crew members in Lebanon

Posted 28 June 2018 · Add Comment

Emirates is looking for Lebanese candidates to join its multinational cabin crew team.

 

The Dubai-based airline is holding two Cabin Crew recruitment open days at Jounieh and Beirut.

The Open Day at Jounieh will be held at 8.00am on Tuesday, 3rd of July at Hotel Burj on Bay, Main Road، Kfar Yassine.

The Open Day at Beirut will be held at 8.00am on Friday, 6th of July at Mövenpick Hotel Beirut, General de Gaulle Avenue Raoucheh, Beirut. 

An Emirates statement said: “The airline is looking for open-minded, helpful, friendly and service-oriented candidates to deliver our award-winning onboard experience to customers. Applicants hoping to give their careers a flying start can walk in with an up-to-date curriculum vitae (CV) in English, and a recent photograph.”

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