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Does Your Company Refuse To Bear Emirates Id Costs?

Does Your Company Refuse To Bear Emirates Id Costs?

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The EIDA had urged all employers to take up the responsibility of bearing the cost of the ID cards of their employees. A friend of mine works at a drilling company, and suddenly received notification that his previously-signed contract of 28 days of work followed by 28 days off was changed - with immediate effect - to 42 days on, and 21 days off. Is this legal? Workers at the company have approached the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, but have not received any response so far. It should also be noted that the company is not refunding fees for renewal of Emirates IDs, despite having done so originally. Is this legal? I can vaguely recall something about companies having to refund these costs. Pursuant to your queries, it should be noted that employees employed in mines ...
Emirates Offers Special Fares For UAE Travellers This Summer

Emirates Offers Special Fares For UAE Travellers This Summer

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The offer applies for outbound travel between April 19 and December13, 2018. Emirates is offering special early bird fares for UAE travellers to destinations within its global network. Travellers who book in advance can enjoy special fares starting from Monday, April 16 until 30 April 2018 and applies to select travel periods. Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares to the Middle East starting from Dh795, to Europe starting at Dh2,135, to West Asia and Indian Ocean starting at Dh945, and to the Far East and Australasia starting at Dh2,035. Business Class passengers can enjoy fares to the Middle East starting from Dh3,155, to Europe starting at Dh9,395, to West Asia and Indian Ocean starting at Dh2835, and to the Far East and Australasia starting at Dh8,895. Emirates passeng...
Emirates Warns Flyers Against New Free Ticket Hoax

Emirates Warns Flyers Against New Free Ticket Hoax

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The latest one doing the rounds claims that the airline is offering free tickets for its anniversary. Dubai's flagship airline Emirates is no stranger to online scams that claim to offer free tickets. Four to five such scams surface every year, and each time the airline has to issue a statement that it's just a hoax. The latest one doing the rounds claims that the airline is offering free tickets for its anniversary. "We are aware that there are posts circulating regarding a ticket giveaway for Emirates' birthday. This is not an official competition and we advise caution. Genuine competitions are only hosted on our official social media accounts, marked with a blue tick," the airline said on Twitter. A similar scam had done the rounds on social media earlier this year, follo...
Emirates Among World’S Best Airlines In 2018

Emirates Among World’S Best Airlines In 2018

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In North America, Southwest Airlines is named as the best carrier. Singapore Airlines has been named as the best airlines in the world according to TripAdvisor's 2018 Travelers' Choice Awards. It is followed by Air New Zealand at number two and Emirates at number three. "The award is a validation of the hard work and dedication of our thousands of staff all around the world, who focus their attention every day on ensuring that Singapore Airlines remains competitive on a global level," Singapore Airlines' CEO Goh Choon Phong said in a statement. In North America, Southwest Airlines is named as the best carrier. "It's an honor to receive several TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice awards for Airlines including being the only US-based carrier named a top ten airline in the world,...
Emirates is Hiring Cabin Crew; Here is the Salary, Perks

Emirates is Hiring Cabin Crew; Here is the Salary, Perks

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The salary will be part fixed and part flexible, depending on flying hours. Dubai's flagship airline Emirates is looking to expand its cabin crew team. "If you're passionate about delivering an award-winning customer service experience while discovering the world's most exciting destinations then we'd like to hear from you. Apply today," the airline said in a post on Twitter. Looking for a job in UAE? Here are the latest vacancies Candidates who wish to apply should be at least 21 years old at the time of joining, and be at least 160cm tall. Educational qualification of minimum Grade 12 as well as fluency in English are mandatory. The cabin crew will be paid approximately Dh9,500 per month; the salary will be part fixed and part flexible, depending on flying hours. Oth...
Does your Company Refuse to Bear Emirates ID Costs?

Does your Company Refuse to Bear Emirates ID Costs?

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The EIDA had urged all employers to take up the responsibility of bearing the cost of the ID cards of their employees. A friend of mine works at a drilling company, and suddenly received notification that his previously-signed contract of 28 days of work followed by 28 days off was changed - with immediate effect - to 42 days on, and 21 days off. Is this legal? Workers at the company have approached the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, but have not received any response so far. It should also be noted that the company is not refunding fees for renewal of Emirates IDs, despite having done so originally. Is this legal? I can vaguely recall something about companies having to refund these costs. Pursuant to your queries, it should be noted that employees employed in mines ...
Emirates plane Diverted, ‘Unresponsive’ Passenger Dies

Emirates plane Diverted, ‘Unresponsive’ Passenger Dies

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The passenger received medical attention after the plane landed in Kuwait An Emirates flight from London to Dubai was recently diverted after a medical emergency on board. Flight EK030 has to be diverted to Kuwait after a passenger was being unresponsive. After landing in Kuwait, the passenger was met by a medical team and taken to a hospital for care. However, the passenger was pronounced dead by the hospital. "Emirates flight EK030 from London to Dubai on 4th December 2017, was diverted to Kuwait due to a passenger being unresponsive," Emirates said in a statement to Khaleej Times. "Upon arrival in Kuwait, passenger was met by the medical team and taken to the hospital and was later pronounced dead." "The flight continued to the destination. Emirates expresses its condo...
Have Emirates ID service fees changed in UAE?

Have Emirates ID service fees changed in UAE?

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The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship issues a clarification The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship has denied changes in Emirates ID fees for services it offers. The authority issued a clarification after rumours circulated online regarding an increase in fees. The authority confirmed that the charges in exchange for its services, including issuing, renewal and replacing of ID cards are fixed in accordance with the two resolutions - Cabinet No 14 for 2005 and No (25) for 2011 - regarding the registration and issuing of ID cards for Emiratis and GCC citizens. As per the two cabinet resolutions, GCC citizens will be issued a five-year valid ID for Dh100, while validity for expatriates ID was connected with the number of years of residence and fixed at Dh100...
Emirates flight diverted after passenger dies

Emirates flight diverted after passenger dies

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The passenger received urgent medical attention after the plane landed in Kuwait, but was pronounced dead by the doctor. An Emirates flight from Dubai to Munich was recently diverted after a medical emergency on board. The flight -- EK049 -- had to be diverted to Kuwait International Airport shortly after taking off on October 10 after a passenger developed health complications. The passenger, who received immediate medical attention upon landing, unfortunately could not be saved. "Emirates can confirm that flight EK049 from Dubai to Munich was diverted on October 10, 2017 to Kuwait International Airport due to a medical emergency," Emirates said in a statement to Khaleej Times. "The passenger received immediate medical attention upon landing, but unfortunately was pronounce...
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