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  • Ladies lead the way
    Ladies lead the way

    Ladies lead the way

    Tough, resilient and at the top of their game - the women at our workplace are truly inspiring. They have and still continue to play a strong role in the growth of our company. HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group, reinforced his appreciation of our women colleagues on International Women’s Day on 8 March.
    Ladies lead the way

    Ladies lead the way

    He attended a celebration at the EGHQ atrium, where colleagues celebrated with delicious cake and selfies. Sheikh Ahmed said: “We’re proud that so many more women are making their mark in the aviation and travel services industry in a myriad of roles – whether as pilots, cabin crew, engineers, on the ramp, at the airport or in our offices.
    Ladies lead the way

    Ladies lead the way

    They bring unique perspectives, and add resilience to our business. I’d like to wish all our female employees a happy International Women’s Day, and thank them for their continued commitment.” Women across the Group perform roles that span customer services, flight and ramp operations, technical services, security, logistics, catering, corporate functions, and more.
    Ladies lead the way

    Ladies lead the way

    Abdulaziz Al Ali, EVP - Human Resources, said: “We’re committed to providing equal opportunities at the workplace for both women and men across all business functions. We’re proud of our female colleagues and their immense contribution to the growth and success of the Group. “We hope they can continue to inspire and be role models for girls and women who are interested in pursuing careers in aviation.
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  • No mountain too high
    No mountain too high

    No mountain too high

    Biking on mountainous terrain requires courage, skill and daredevilry. And that’s exactly what two colleagues displayed during the recent ultra-tough, six-hour Hatta Mountain Bike Endurance Challenge 2017. The event attracts professional and amateur cyclists from all over the world. Each lap involved a combination of uphill, downhill, steep drops, wadi rides and super rocky sections around the Hatta mountains.
    No mountain too high

    No mountain too high

    Individual riders and teams had to complete as many laps as possible in six hours.
    This year, our colleagues Mallik Wassim and Eldine Chakranarayan competed as a two-man team, finishing in 20th place. Mallik said: “The race was tough and we trained hard for it despite working in shifts.
    No mountain too high

    No mountain too high

    It wasn’t easy competing with professional riders, but we were determined to finish, as many people were rooting for us.” Eldine added: “Many of our fellow riders gave up - some fainted from dehydration, while others had accidents or experienced technical issues. Our team completed five laps.
    No mountain too high

    No mountain too high

    We started at 10am and finished at 4pm. We were pushed beyond our limits of endurance, which is why this was such an incredible achievement for us.
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  • Actions speak louder than words
    Actions speak louder than words

    Actions speak louder than words

    A flydubai flight was diverted to Chelyabinsk in Russia due to bad weather recently but none of the crew could speak Russian. Travelling as a passenger that day, Anna noticed that the other passengers and the crew were having a challenging time communicating. Stepping in, Anna made personal announcements in Russian, translating for the crew, and communicating with customers.
    Actions speak louder than words

    Actions speak louder than words

    “I missed my birthday party to help out that day, but seeing how grateful the captain and crew were, made me feel really great,” Anna said. “The situation also made me realise that I need to say thank you to our crew more often.”
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  • Our very own cricket star
    Our very own cricket star

    Our very own cricket star

    Chaitrali Deepak Kalgutkar, Subject Matter Expert at dnata, is passionate about her work and cricket. Cricket is regarded by most as a men’s game, but Chaitrali smashes that stereotype. She has played on The UAE women’s team since 2010 and also won the Women’s Gulf Cup cricket tournament in Oman a couple of years ago.
    Our very own cricket star

    Our very own cricket star

    Despite the hectic schedule of working shifts at dnata Airport Operations and the demands of cricket practice during the season, Chaitrali manages to find a good work/life balance. Colleagues and management encourage her to pursue her passion and support her by all means possible.
    Our very own cricket star

    Our very own cricket star

    Through sport, she has learned the value of teamwork, discipline and leadership. Chaitrali encourages other women in the Emirates Group to take an interest in the game:
    Our very own cricket star

    Our very own cricket star

    “Women should also get an opportunity to engage, interact with and experience cricket. In a women-only environment, we can feel confident about giving it a go. There are very few women working in the grassroots area of the game. We want more female cricketers to flourish in the upcoming years.”
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