What It Takes To Be A First Class Flight Attendant For Emirates

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Correction: The video incorrectly states the number of crew member applicants a year. Emirates receives approximately 144,000 applicants a year. The video incorrectly states that only veteran and first class attendants get to staff events. Any level Cabin Crew can staff events, not just limited to first class or veteran crew. Insider regrets the errors.

Emirates Airline has over 20,000 flight attendants in their cabin crew. We spoke with Siti Nurazlin to see what it’s like to be a first-class flight attendant for the luxury airline.

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What It Takes To Be A First Class Flight Attendant For Emirates

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