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With an Emirates Open Day scheduled in Dublin's Hilton Hotel on Charlemont Place for Saturday, June 25, we asked Roma what it's really like to be a flight attendant, and what it takes to come through the airline's recruitment process. You can apply online, but we also have Open Days, so bring your CV. We have a lot of Irish men that work for us who have met their wives on their travels! We have a five-week intensive training programme, where we cover everything from medical and safety to image, uniform and grooming standards. Whatever can happen in the sky, we’re trained for it. We go for a run, to the beach, or for coffee together. We had this 92-year-old Irish woman coming from Singapore recently. "You know, I have so many regrets in life," she said.
We spent the night sailing around the Persian Gulf, holding hands and munching on salmon tartare, lobster and caviar.
This romantic evening with the handsome billionaire was one of many glamorous dates I had during my 10-year tenure as a Virgin Airlines flight attendant.
Life was a blur of moneyed suitors and over-the-top parties.
I worked for a year in Australia, and one day I saw a sign saying: ‘Why work on the ground when you can work 40,000 feet in the air? Emirates employs around 23,000 cabin crew, but they do their best to accommodate us. So if you have Dublin and I have Vienna, we can swap, and everyone’s happy. After a long-haul flight you need a minimum of two days rest back in Dubai. You need to be culturally aware, because we fly to 120 destinations, we meet people from all walks of life. What’s your definition of a pretty face, after all? Every profession you could think of is represented on board. I fly with some crew who have been there 14 or 15 years. It’s so modern, so cosmopolitan; there are so many ex-pats there now and the Irish community is strong. Sure, It can get very hot – the hottest period lasts about eight weeks. We are visitors, and we have to respect their rules. If I have days off in Dubai, I can always just jump on a flight and come home.
I like longer flights, because you get your hours done, you get to see the destination, you come back and have time off. It could mean something different to different nationalities. We're from 130 countries, and some of our backgrounds would wow you. Our image is our brand, especially our uniform and the way we wear it. We come from different places, our skin colours are different, but our uniforms blend us as one. The good thing about Emirates is that your career can progress. The security is a big thing - the first contract is for three years. Home is where my heart is, and sometimes, people are surprised to hear I live in Dubai.
For some passengers, long-haul night flights are particularly romantic, as you wing your way over the deserts of the Gobi in the demi-monde of a 747."I'd only vaguely clocked Rolf," recalls Nicola Redwood, who met her tall, bronzed lover on a recent flight from Belize.