Emirates Airlines, one of the largest Middle Eastern and International Airlines is increasing salaries again starting October 1!

30th Aug 2021

Emirates Airlines, Dubai’s flagship airline, offered a number of facilities to its employees pre-pandemic which was then halted at the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now as the aviation sector recovers from the pandemic, Emirates will reinstate the offer which will now include salary increase and a provision of concessional tickets.

The Chairman and CEO of Emirates Airlines, Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, sent a letter to Emirates employees thanking them for standing with the company during the tough times and at the same time announced that it is reinstating accommodating allowance for married couples as well as increasing annual leave entitlements to largely reverse the cuts made in October 2020.

Sheikh Ahmed further said “In the last few weeks and months, and thanks largely to the global vaccination drive and the efforts of our leaders here in the UAE, we have seen an increasingly clear path to recovery opening up. Our iconic aircraft are reuniting people in more and more destinations around the world, and other airlines are once again landing at DXB (Dubai International airport). There is a distinct air of positivity and ‘getting back to normal.”

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