Etihad hiring crew in Slovenia and Serbia


Etihad Airways will be hiring cabin crew members from Slovenia and Serbia, to be based in Abu Dhabi. Requirements at Etihad include: at least 20 years of age at the time of joining (Slovenia) and 21 (Serbia), arm reach of 212 cm while standing on tiptoes, high school graduate, fluency in English (written and spoken), no visible tattoos or body piercings while in Etihad uniform and the applicant must be physically fit to meet crew requirements. Benefits of working as Etihad crew include a tax-free monthly salary, layover expenses, free accommodation in Abu Dhabi, staff travel benefits, one firm free annual leave ticket to the staff member's country of origin, 90% discount on Etihad stand-by tickets (also offered to immediate family members for unlimited travel) and guaranteed free cabin upgrades to business class if vacant seats are available, as well as discounted supplementary tickets for ten friends or family members. Additional details, as well as the application form for those from Slovenia is available here, and from Serbia here.


  1. Anonymous16:00

    I wonder will they prioritise people who were dismissed last year because of Covid.

    1. Anonymous10:21

      No they won't. They auto rejected everyone who has applied to rejoin. The alumni program Etihad started in order to offer the crew an opportunity to return when things pick up, turned out to be just a sneaky way for the airline to trick it's former crew in not heading to courts to seek justice.

  2. Anonymous17:16

    Interesting that they can be 20 from Slovenia but 21 from Serbia when joining :D

  3. Anonymous12:10

    Why not be Croatia?

  4. Anonymous21:15

    They have locked down their crew for 10 days over the holidays. Think carefully before joining this company! You'll be disappointed if you do.

  5. Anonymous16:22

    are they hiring when you are 30 yo?


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