Wearing the Emirates Uniform

13339496_10209748811505030_2064598703566145395_nThis has been my proudest moment, ever! I can’t believe that I am already walking through the training college with my gorgeous cabin crew uniform. I have passed my SEP and GMT exams already and I only have three-weeks left of training. I am going to fly soon and I am extremely excited for it!

GMT (Group Medical Training) has been the most difficult part of the training in my opinion. Mainly because I am pretty bad dealing with medical terms, first aid, and the like. However, the pieces of information given to us made our batch to be more confident in handling medical cases on board.

I can now finally say and verify myself that being a cabin crew is not a joke nor a “chicken or beef” kind of job. The training is long and intense. All the knowledge you gain from the training college has to stay with you forever and you must learn it all by heart– as things could happen.

Lastly, I received my nationality pin today and I will be very proud to wear the Japanese flag on my service coat!

ICHIRO | 勝利を目指して高く飛べ!✈︎


About Ryu Namiki | 並木竜一郎

A 28-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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4 Responses to Wearing the Emirates Uniform

  1. Marco Maestro says:

    This is so magical!! 💜💜💜

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  2. meiwnh says:

    Hello! Ryu san.
    Such a great experience…!

    How cool the nationality pin is!
    I would be proud if I could wear a pin like that.

    Liked by 1 person

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