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Flydubai certifies its 100th batch of Cabin Crew

Posted 12 December 2016 · Add Comment

Flydubai has announced the successful graduation of its 100th batch of certified Cabin Crew members from the Flydubai Training Centre. The batch of 27 candidates will join flydubai's community of 1,650 Cabin Crew members who represent more than 100 nationalities.

The graduates of the training programme received their certificates from Ghaith Al Ghaith, chief executive officer for Flydubai, Jilly Sims, senior vice president, In-Flight Services for flydubai and Carolyn O’Brien, Flydubai’s Cabin Crew Training Manager.

Ghaith Al Ghaith said: “Over the past eight years, flydubai has trained thousands of Cabin Crew who have applied their learnings to make flying a pleasant experience for the millions of passengers who travel with us each year. I would like to congratulate each graduate on their achievement and the highly skilled and professional trainers who have helped us reach this important milestone.”

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