Emirates connects the world to, and through, our global hub in Dubai. We operate modern, efficient and comfortable aircraft, and our culturally diverse workforce delivers award-winning services to our customers across six continents every day.
Our talented and dedicated workforce joined us from over 160 nations from around the world, bringing their expertise and diverse experiences to deliver the best products and services for our global customer base.
Across the world every day, Emirates’ flights connect people and businesses, enabling travel, tourism and trade. Whether from the cockpit, or inside the aircraft cabin, on the ramp or at the hangar, at service desks across the world or from headquarters in Dubai, Emirates’ female employees make an important contribution to the successful operation of every one of the airline’s flights, every day.
Safety at Emirates
Emirates has earned a reputation for offering industry‑leading services on the latest and most efficient wide‑body aircraft in the skies, and this success is underpinned by safety, which is always our top priority.
Over 50 million passengers travelled on Emirates last year across its global network of over 150 destinations, and as our passenger and destination count continues to grow; managing safety at the airline is always at the forefront of all that we do.
Safety is one of our corporate values, setting out our purpose and ensuring that safety is part of all our practices.
“We will protect our customers, staff and assets through a ceaseless commitment to international and all other appropriate safety standards and the adoption of practices which emphasise safety as a paramount personal responsibility.”
HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al‑Maktoum,
Chairman and Chief Executive Emirates Airline & Group
We have a healthy organisational safety culture, where employees are encouraged to proactively play their part in the continuous improvement of the airline’s safety.
Our Safety Management System
Our Safety Management System (SMS) is guided by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards and recommendations practices. It fully meets the regulatory requirements of the General Civil Aviation Association (GCAA).
Our SMS has four components and 12 elements – the components are: Safety Policy and Objectives, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance and Safety Promotion. Our commitment to safety is articulated in our Safety policy(Opens in a new window).
Our extensive safety communication and training programme makes sure that every employee understands their responsibilities and the role they play in the overall safety of the airline.
A career with us is an opportunity to work with some of the most brilliant minds in the industry, to contribute to a world class experience that people have come to know and love. You will be part of a highly driven, bold workforce keen on delivering the most innovative products and services.
The Emirates Group offers a wide range of careers, whether you’re looking to join our pilots, engineering, cabin crew or dnata’s travel and air services teams, browse our current vacancies and find out what it’s like to work for a dynamic and multicultural business.
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