The United Arab Emirates is home to several different air carriers for commercial flights.
UAE Airline List
- Air Arabia: hub at Sharjah International Airport
- Emirates: hub at Dubai International Airport
- Etihad: hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport
- flydubai: hub at Dubai International Airport
- Rotana Jet: hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport
Flydubai is a government owned low cost air carrier based out of Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport. Flydubai operates to over 90 destinations. The company was founded in 2008 and began operating in June 2009. Currently flydubai makes more than 1,400 flights a week.
Etihad Airways began its operations in 2003. They operate over 1,000 flights per week and travel to over 120 passenger and cargo destinations. They are based out of Abu Dhabi International Airport. Etihad Airways is the second largest airline in the UAE. They are also the corporate sponsor of many different sports teams.
Emirates, like flydubai, is a government owned airline. They operate over 3,600 flights per week to over 154 different cities. Their hub is Dubai International Airport and are the UAE’S largest airline. The operations for Emirates began in 1985, with only two aircrafts. The company had massive growth in the 1990s which in turn led to the company buying more and more aircrafts. Today Emirate’s fleet has 234 passenger aircrafts, 15 cargo planes and 1 executive jet. The company has another 252 aircrafts on order. Emirates is also the sponsor to many different projects ranging from sports teams to infrastructure projects.
Dubai Airlines Jobs
Airlines in Dubai are always recruiting new employees from all other the globe. The types of position vary, and offer attractive benefits.
Flights from Dubai
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