Fly­dubai cer­ti­fies its 100th batch of Cabin Crew

Kuwait Times - - BUSINESS -

fly­dubai has an­nounced the suc­cess­ful grad­u­a­tion of its 100th batch of cer­ti­fied Cabin Crew mem­bers from the fly­dubai Train­ing Cen­tre. The batch of 27 can­di­dates will join fly­dubai’s com­mu­nity of 1,650 Cabin Crew mem­bers who rep­re­sent more than 100 na­tion­al­i­ties.

The grad­u­ates of the train­ing pro­gram re­ceived their cer­tifi­cates from Ghaith Al-Ghaith, Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer for fly­dubai, Jilly Sims, Se­nior Vice Pres­i­dent, In-Flight Ser­vices for fly­dubai and Carolyn O’Brien, fly­dubai’s Cabin Crew Train­ing Man­ager.

Speak­ing at the cer­e­mony, Ghaith AlGhaith said: “Over the past eight years, fly­dubai has trained thou­sands of Cabin Crew who have ap­plied their learn­ing to make fly­ing a pleas­ant ex­pe­ri­ence for the mil­lions of pas­sen­gers who travel with us each year. I would like to con­grat­u­late each grad­u­ate on their achieve­ment and the highly skilled and pro­fes­sional train­ers who have helped us reach this im­por­tant milestone.”

The five-week pro­gram trains can­di­dates in a wide range of sub­jects, in­clud­ing cus­tomer ser­vice, med­i­cal care, safety and se­cu­rity. Can­di­dates must pass all of their prac­ti­cal and the­o­ret­i­cal ex­ams, along with their as­sess­ments, to com­plete the train­ing course and grad­u­ate as a fly­dubai Cabin Crew mem­ber.

Carolyn O’Brien added: “This is a unique train­ing pro­gram that fo­cuses on im­part­ing skills and knowl­edge crit­i­cal to pas­sen­ger as­sis­tance, in-flight safety ap­pli­ca­tions, in-flight med­i­cal care, avi­a­tion se­cu­rity and emer­gency re­sponse. I am con­fi­dent that our newly grad­u­ated batch will join their col­leagues in be­ing high per­form­ing Cabin Crew mem­bers within the fly­dubai fam­ily.”

fly­dubai’s train­ing fa­cil­i­ties were opened in 2010 and are lo­cated at Dubai Air­port Free­zone and fly­dubai’s head­quar­ters. The fa­cil­i­ties of­fer grad­u­ates a re­al­is­tic learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment through a va­ri­ety of cabin and train­ing sim­u­la­tors along with a team of highly qual­i­fied train­ers. If you would like to be­come a fly­dubai Cabin Crew mem­ber, please visit our ca­reers page. Dubai-based fly­dubai strives to re­move bar­ri­ers to travel and en­hance con­nec­tiv­ity between dif­fer­ent cul­tures across its ever-ex­pand­ing net­work. Since launch­ing its op­er­a­tions in 2009, fly­dubai has:

* Cre­ated a net­work of 90 des­ti­na­tions in 44 coun­tries, with 19 new routes launched in 2015.

* Opened up 59 routes that did not pre­vi­ously have di­rect air links to Dubai or were not served by a UAE na­tional car­rier from Dubai.

* Op­er­ates a sin­gle fleet type of NextGen­er­a­tion Boe­ing 737-800 air­craft and will take de­liv­ery of more than 100 air­craft by the end of 2023.

In ad­di­tion, fly­dubai’s agility and flex­i­bil­ity as a young air­line has en­hanced Dubai’s eco­nomic devel­op­ment, in line with the Gov­ern­ment of Dubai’s vi­sion, by cre­at­ing trade and tourism flows in pre­vi­ously un­der­served mar­kets.

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