Emirates will need 15,000 employees by March 2024

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Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, CEO of Emirates Airlines Group, said Emirates Airlines needs 15,000 new employees by March 2024, stressing that the UAE carrier is constantly seeking to attract local and international talent, to continue its growth and to implement expansion plans. Here is the link: https://www.emiratesgroupcareers.com/

38th anniversary of the first Emirates flight

In an interview with the media, on the occasion of the celebration of the 38th anniversary of the launch of the first flight of Emirates Airlines on October 25, 1985, the Sheikh confirmed that the Human Resources Department continues to organize recruitment drives to around the world, to attract talent.

Also search among Dubai citizens

His Highness added: We have standing guidelines to invest in the development and skilling of citizens, and this includes Emirates Airlines’ commitment to training the country’s citizens across all divisions of the Emirates Group, and we will continue this our efforts to increase the number of citizens, within the different departments, divisions and professions.

The Emirates team continues to make tireless efforts to qualify and develop national skills, through various programs including leadership, training and skills development programs, internal mobility opportunities to acquire various skills and abilities , in addition to scholarships and internal training programs.

Emirates Airlines remains one of the engines of economic growth in the emirate

He highlighted that the aviation sector in Dubai, led by Emirates Airlines, is considered one of the most important drivers of economic growth in the emirate and a major contributor to the achievement of the Dubai Economic Agenda D33, which aims to double the economy and make Dubai become one of the three most important economic cities in the world by 2033.

The Sheikh said: “Emirates Airlines continued to record strong performance during the first half of the current financial year, which ended on September 30, thanks to the recovery of global and local markets and the increased demand for travel to and from Dubai.


Dubai maintains its leading position in the MENA region (Middle East – North Africa)

According to the Kearney World Cities Index, Dubai ranks 23rd in the world and claims a place in the top 25 for the third year in a row.

According to the report, major emerging hubs across the world, particularly in the Middle East, have seen incredible progress in the performance of their global cities amid changing globalization – and a new distributed geography of opportunity is underway. to emerge. Abu Dhabi, for example, rose ten places in the global rankings as it strengthened its position as a leading international hub.

The Global Cities Index (GCI) seeks to quantify the extent to which a city can attract, retain and generate global flows of capital, people and ideas. Cities are measured along five key dimensions: human capital, information exchange, cultural experience, political engagement and commercial activity.

Average GCI scores remained stable after several years of decline, with marked improvement in cities across the Middle East and Africa. In particular, the capitals of the Gulf countries significantly improved their overall scores, with Riyadh, Muscat and Doha improving their overall rankings by nine, eight and seven respectively.

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