Job Openings at Emirates Flight Catering – Apply Now
Emirates Flight Catering Published New Job Vacancies in Dubai. Apply now with your latest CV & Cover letter.
Emirates Flight Catering is a multicultural workplace employing over 10,500 people from 50 countries around the world.
From our inception in 1982, we have taken pride in creating an inclusive, collaborative and innovative working environment and believe that this has been at the core of our company’s success. We take as much pride in our people as we do in our food and hospitality services. We are passionate about what we do and stretch ourselves to make a real difference.
In addition to the opportunity of working for the largest stand-alone and technologically advanced catering facility in the world; a career with Emirates Flight Catering offers substantial professional growth, including advanced training in the fields of food safety and large-scale operational management.
We offer an array of careers in culinary, food production, hospitality and catering logistics. Whether you are interested in gaining valuable experience in an entry-level position or challenging yourself as an accomplished professional; choose to be a part of our team, come and join the world of making it possible.
Emirates Flight Catering was formed in 2003 from Emirates Abela Catering Company. It now produces more than 55 million meals a year, and has 295 high-loader trucks and 89 special vehicles for the Airbus A380.
In early 2006, EKFC began operating a new catering hub dedicated to Emirates Airlines. The facility can produce up to 115,000 meals a day. The old facility now serves 120 international airlines operating out of Dubai Airport and catering to 25 lounges in Dubai airports. In 2006, EKFC expanded its Linencraft landing plant.
In July 2005, EKFC began operating its new Food Point facility with a 10,000 m2 (107,639 sq ft) facility, capable of producing 30 million meals annually.
When the British withdrew from Dubai in the late 1950s, Sheikh Saeed bin Maktoum al Maktoum announced an open sea, open sky and open trade policy to expand the country. He urged all government agencies to make a profit. The country aims to eliminate its dependence on limited oil reserves within 50 years.
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