Air Arabia Jobs in Dubai

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is a budget airline company in the United Arab Emirates. Its headquarter is located in A1 Building Sharjah Freight Center, Sharjah International Airport in the UAE. The company serves 151 destinations in different regions such as Middle East, North America, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent, and Europe. If you are looking for a job in this airline company, please see more information below.

Air Arabia covers about 22 countries from Sharjah with 151 destinations, 9 countries from Casablanca with 28 destinations, 8 countries from Ras Al Khaimah with 11 destinations, and 4 countries from Alexandria with 6 destinations. The airline has 5 hubs, namely in Borg El Arab Airport, Mohamed V International Airport, Sharjah International Airport, Abu Dhabi International Airport, and Ras Al Khaimah International Airport.

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Image: Air Arabia Logo

How to Apply for a Job in Air Arabia in the UAE

Air Arabia has its own career website. You can find your preferred jobs at https://careers.airarabia.com/. On the website, you will see opportunities as pilots, cabin crew, in engineering & maintenance, in flight & ground operations, in commercial & corporate, and as a UAE national. You have the option to sign up as an Air Arabia member so that you can get the latest updates regarding the open positions in the company.

Air Arabia History

Founded on February 3, 2003, Air Arabia was formed by an Amiri decree issued by Sultan bin Muhammad AL-Qasimi, who was the Ruler of Sharjah and a member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates. This was the first budget airline ever built in the Middle East. Its operation was started in October 2003 and the first flight was from Sharjah to Bahrain International Airport. During its first year, it was a profitable business. It came public in 2007 when it announced an initial public offering of the 55% of its stock.

Facts & Figures

  • Air Arabia was founded on February 3, 2003.
  • Today, this company is 17 years old.
  • Its operation commenced on October 28, 2003.
  • Its hubs were located at 5 airports.
  • It has a frequent flyer program called AirRewards.
  • It has 4 alliance subsidiaries.
  • Its fleet size is 41.
  • It covers around 151 destinations.
  • Its key people include Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani as Chairman and Adel Ali as Group CEO.
  • Its revenue and profit were AED 3.7 billion and AED 566 million in fiscal year 2014.
  • Its total assets and total equity were AED 10.574 million and AED 5.054 million in fiscal year 2014.
  • Its employees were around 2,302 in 2013.

List of products/services Air Arabia handles

Book your trip

  • Book flight
  • Book flight+hotel
  • Best offers
  • Book hotel
  • Book car
  • Group booking
  • Charter booking

Flying with Air Arabia

  • Where we fly
    • Abha
    • Abu Dhabi
    • Agadir
    • Ahmedabad
    • Al-Jouf
    • Alexandria
    • Almaty
    • Amman
    • Amsterdam
    • Asmara
    • Assuit
    • Baghdad
    • Bahrain
    • Baku
    • Barcelona
    • Basel
    • Beirut
    • Bengaluru
    • Birmingham
    • Bishkek
    • Bologna
    • Bordeaux
    • Brussels
    • Cairo
    • Casablanca
    • Catania – Fontanarossa
    • Chittagong
    • Chennai
    • Coimbatore
    • Cologne
    • Colombo
    • Copenhagen
    • Dakhla
    • Dammam
    • Delhi
    • Dhaka
    • Dublin
    • Erbil
    • Errachidia
    • Faisalabad
    • Fez
    • Frankfurt
    • Gassim
    • Gizan
    • Goa
    • Hail
    • Hargeisa
    • Hyderabad
    • Islamabad
    • Istanbul
    • Istanbul – All airports
    • Jaipur
    • Jeddah
    • Kabul
    • Kannur
    • Karachi
    • Kathmandu
    • Khartoum
    • Kochi
    • Kozhikode
    • Kuala Lumpur
    • Kuwait City
    • Kyiv
    • Lahore
    • Lar
    • Lisbon
    • London
    • Lucknow
    • Luxor
    • Lyon
    • Madrid
    • Malaga
    • Manchester
    • Marrakech
    • Mashhad
    • Medinah
    • Milan
    • Montpellier
    • Moscow
    • Multan
    • Mumbai
    • Munich
    • Muscat
    • Nador
    • Nagpur
    • Nairobi
    • Najaf
    • Naples
    • Palma de Mallorca
    • Paris Charles de Gaulle
    • Pau
    • Peshawar
    • Pisa
    • Prague
    • Quetta
    • Rabat
    • Ras Al Khaimah
    • Riyadh
    • Rome
    • Salalah
    • Sarajevi
    • Sharjah
    • Sharm El Sheikh
    • Shiraz
    • Sialkot
    • Sohag
    • Sohar
    • Stockholm
    • Strasbourg
    • Tabuk
    • Taif
    • Taldykorgan
    • Tangier
    • Tbilisi
    • Tehran
    • Trivandrum
    • Torino
    • Toulouse
    • Trabzon
    • Tunis
    • Venice
    • Vienna
    • Yanbu
    • Yerevan
    • Zagora
  • Before you fly
  • Baggage
  • Cargo Service
  • At the airport
  • Onboard

Payment Options

  • Credit/debit cards
  • Cash collection
  • Cash at counter
  • United Arab Emirates
    • Al Ansari Exchange
    • Al Fardan Exchange
    • Al Fuad Exchange
    • Al Razouki Exchange
    • Al Rostamani Exchange
    • Al Neel Exchange
    • Dubai Bank
    • Dubai Islamic Bank
    • Emirates India Int’l Exchange
    • Emirates NBD
    • Emirates Post
    • Hawl Khaleej Exchange
    • Joyalukkas Exchange
    • Lulu Int’t Exchange
    • MBME Self Service Kiosk
    • Sharjah Islamic Bank
    • Tasheel
    • UAE Exchange
    • Zoom
    • Wall Street Exchnage
    • Redha Al Ansari Exchange
  • Egypt
    • Bank Misr
    • Fawry
  • Morrocco
    • BMCE Bank
    • Fawatir/Cash Plus
    • Credit Agricole du Maroc
    • Pocket Bank
    • Chaabi Net
  • Sultanate of Oman
    • Asia Express Exchange
    • Oman UAE Exchange
  • Lebanon
    • CashUnited
  • Jordan
    • UAE Exchange

What it means to work in Air Arabia

Here are some of the reviews and feedback of employees of Air Arabia

Customer service agent: productive workplace

“in general nice work environment with supportive management, cooperated staff, good benefits, easy to reach by transportation and secure place especially for working women’s who work late shifts.”

Cabin crew: Air Arabia G9

“We wake up with the alarm, Groom ourselves, Report before time. Pre & Post Flight Briefings. Work in a multicultural environment, fun on board the aircraft, Safety, Security and Customer Service.”

Cabin crew: productive and fun

“My job with Air Arabia was exciting every day as because of the fact that I was a cabin crew and I use to meet different kind of people everyday with different mindset. It involved Customer service as well as the safety officer for the aircraft and its passengers as well as first aider for the passengers or a fire fighter for any fire on board.”

Contact Information:

Address: Air Arabia Head Office, Building A1, Next to Cargo Entrance, Sharjah International Airport, UAE
Main Telephone Number: (06) 5580000
Website:airarabia.com


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