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Flydubai celebrates International Women's Day

Posted 8 March 2017 · Add Comment

Flydubai today celebrated International Women's Day with an all-female crew operating flights FZ001/FZ002 between Dubai and Doha.

Captain Isabel Gonzalez from Spain and First Officer Vaidehi Chavhan from India were joined by Cabin Crew from Korea, Moldova, Morocco, Tunisia and Zimbabwe in welcoming Flydubai’s passengers on board this special flight celebrating women in aviation. 

A group of Flydubai’s female employees from across different departments welcomed the flight crew upon their return to the company’s headquarters in Dubai: leading women from the airline’s Commercial, Commercial Systems, Engineering, Flight Operations, Human Resources, Inflight Services, Legal, Maintenance, Materials, Network Control, Network Planning, Revenue Management where represented.

“We celebrate women empowerment every day at Flydubai and I am proud of all of our more than 1,400 female professionals who contribute to the growth and success of the airline. International Women’s Day is a great occasion to thank the female workforce in the airline for their hard work and dedication”, said Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO at Flydubai.

More than a third of the 3,770 employees at Flydubai are female with more than 1,000 female Cabin Crew members and more than 30 female Captains and First Officers.

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