hey there guys, well i just attended the preliminary stage for cabin crew, on Jan 30th. To be quite honest it was just too easy, for math they give you a test of about 20 questions which you have to answer in 15 minutes, and they all are really easy, like at the level of grade 3 or 2 of elementary school. stuff like additions, subtractions, devisions and multiplications. Plus they give u a calculator. But it was so easy that i was able to do all with my head. he english one is even easier, you just gata read a few sentences.... kid stuff. today i got an email for teh next stage in mid feb.... regards
Well yes the maths test was straight forward as multiple choice, but loads of people didnt finish it, so it wasnt easy for everyone. Anyway I have the 19th, and I know Happy At Last has the 15th, so there are obviously several days of Asessment Days - and they only need crew for two aircraft so far, I am keeping everything crossed to get it as all the team there seemed fun, and whilst its clearly hard work, I think it will be great to be in it from the beginning!
First of all I want to congratulate you for passing in the screening day.
I attended also the screening day on 30th of January at 16.30, maybe we're in the same room, and I got the email for the assessment day on 16th of February. I'd like to know if it's possible to get your contact I then I can call you to ask wich kind of questions they ask during the assessment day, I'll really apreciate that.
Hi Paulo - congratulations ! I dont know as we are the first lot to do these Asessment Days, but I am going to look through all the threads for Emirates interviews as there are a lot of notes on there about the make up of their Assessment Days, and I am guessing that it will be similar, as it seems to be backed by Emirates. I think their focus will be very much on how you work as a team? I think the important thing will be to be relaxed and be yourself (easier said than done on the day!). If I hear anything else I will let you know!
I went to the Wataniya recruitment as well. There must have been over 1000 people at the open day. The interview was great and interviewers were friendly however I think they were looking only for young Europeans and mostly for people with experience. Beleive me, I have been to an Emirates Open Day and it was not fun at all, we were all chased away like dogs.
I am now waiting to hear from Fly Dubai. I was also invated by Safi but will not go as I have heard they are a joke. If I don't get into Fly Dubai, I will try Qatar, Etihad and again Wataniya.
Hi Airbus318cj - that made me laugh yr reminder about the Wataniya open day, what a nightmare, and yes they were lovely (once you got to the front) but they were definitely looking for young & experienced, as I am older & experienced, and have had the same response from Wataniya & Safi (we love you but you are too experienced for us, we already recruited our senior staff bla bla bla). Emirates Cabin Crew is on hold indefinitely accordingly to friends who work there, and Etihad and Qatar have no local open days showing on their websites, and no response anyway to my registration on their websites. So fingers crossed for us with FlyDubai!
Hi guys! Does anyone know if flydubai are (or goin to be) recruiting applicants from overseas...? I have 5 years experience with EK but im currently living in Bulgaria so im worried i might never hear from them... Any advice?? Thanks!
I called Wataniya today and spoke to the Head of Crew. He was very nice and told me that they will be coming to Dubai again however the interviews will be by invitation only. A friend of a friend recently joined them and she says the company is simply amazing and crew management is great. She was with EK before. I will try them again and I am also hoping for FlyDubai
Hi again, gosh thats brilliant that you got to speak to Head of Flight Crew directly! I dont know if they were just fobbing me off because I am 40 by saying I was too experienced and that they were only employing Juniors at that time, but I thought they seemed incredibly professional (like I said before once you got to the front!), anyway good luck with chasing them up. I am counting off the days til my FlyDubai assessment, but it seems loads got through to this stage and they only need crew for 2 aircraft.....
I just applied for flydubai today. Just got a message that saying they confirm the CV was successfully submitted. I don't know how they process the recruitment. Does anyone here know they have assessments like EY, EK or QR do?
As I know,Before they were just collecting CVs and then they consider if you are succesfull and suitable for them.They were doing telephone interviews or it depends where you apply them from.If you live in somewhere where they fly they send you invitation and tickets to go there and have tests.. I am not sure I heard these from a friend who applied them before.. But the application is still open it means they are still collecting..if you dont hear in 4 weeks from them this means you were eliminated..
Any info about next FlyDubai Cabin Crew Recruitment? any other info like age limit,interview, salary(average), days-off (how many flights average monthly), training, promotions, also ticket discount benefit with other carriers? help me Thanks a lot ....