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Emirates Airlines in Brazil.

Fly Right International with Rejane Fontes is currently holding Open Days and Assessment days in Brazil. Brazil has already supplied many flight attendants to Emirates Airlines. It seems the company was really satisfied with the quality of flight attendants from Brazil, and have come back to hire more Brazilian flight attendants! This is an excellent statement for the quality of flight attendants Brazil is able to produce.

The next Open Days are:

Sao Paulo – 28 July 2012

Rio de Janeiro – 4 August 2012

If your dream is to travel the world working for a well organised company, then it's great to attend one of these open days, even just to pass through the experience. *Remember, you don't need to have any experience as a flight attendant, or even to have done a flight attendant course! All training will be provided by the company.

Some tips before taking part:

1. Read through ALL the requirements. Have your documents ready and be sure you qualify.
2. There is a reach test. You MUST reach 2.12m.
3. The company observes BMI. Your height and weight must be in proportion.
4. English needs to be fluent. All training and communication will be in English.
5. There is a dress code.
6. Don’t be late.

For details regarding the dates, requirements, venues and tips, join this excellent facebook page:


This is an excellent opportunities for Brazilians to work in aviation with a more traditional airline company. Emirates consistently is rated as one of the world’s top airline companies. The salary, accommodation and benefits are excellent.


English fluency is a requirement.

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