E-ticket and E-visa


I just received my ticket and UAE visa today and I am quite surprised to see that my date of joining has been moved one day ahead of my original DOJ, which was supposedly on the 29th. I feel happy and sad at the same time. Happy – I am going to have two days of rest in Dubai. Sad – I will lose one day of stay in Japan. Nevertheless, my excitement is all over the place and I can’t wait to know where my accommodation will be!

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ICHIRO | 勝利を目指して高く飛べ!✈︎


About Ryu Namiki | 並木竜一郎

A 29-year old flight attendant all the way from Japan and now living in the United Arab Emirates. Flying for two years for one of the world's best airlines and is still enjoying a "chicken or beef" and "prepare all doors and cross-check" kind of life!
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2 Responses to E-ticket and E-visa

  1. Ansar says:

    i have been done my final interview 21 days ago, i never get any feedback from them till now.
    in the website, my job page is still showing
    ” Job Status: Active (Accepting Job Submissions)
    Expiration date of this submission: 14-Mar-17
    Submission Status: Interview Completed”
    What is the meaning of this ?
    Is still any chance to get this Job ?
    How many days more i have to wait for the final status ?


    • Hello there, Ansar! I answered this question on your comment in one of my entries, so might as well going to copy and paste the thing I wrote there:

      I cannot give any definite answers for that since I don’t have any rights or power to do so. But talking from my experience, having an IC status does not guarantee you the job however it is a very very good sign since only few people fail with this status. Also, the average waiting period is around 4-8 weeks, so I want you to be patient for it. I am wishing you all the best and please update me if anything comes up! Have a good day!


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