I work for the Emirates & our uniform rules are so strict – we have an exact time we’re allowed to take our heels off | The Sun

A CABIN crew member who works for the Emirates has shared four interesting facts you've probably never heard of, including the exact moment they ditch heels for more comfortable flats.

Many of us could only dream of being paid to travel the world and see picturesque views from high above – but for the Emirates flight attendant only known as Danielle it's become reality.

Since joining the luxe airline, the young woman has been very open about her experience as a cabin crew member, often spilling beans about the job on TikTok.

One of her latest videos on the platform revealed fun facts about the signature uniform and special rules Danielle, originally from Cheshire, has to follow.

According to her, winter coats have to be worn if the temperature drops to +3C or below – however, the company-issued gloves are optional.

Another item that, meanwhile, is compulsory no matter what is a golden watch around their wrist.

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Danielle, who also spends her time in the United Arab Emirates, added that these have to be set on Dubai time and no smart watches are allowed.

Ladies, she went on to reveal, are given two styles of footwear – heels, as well as flats, both in deep red.

High heels are worn to and from the aircraft, whilst the more comfortable flats are to be worn whilst on board.

Danielle noted: ''The iconic red lip is part of the uniform and must match a shade of red within the uniform.

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''We do not all wear the same brand lipstick.''

The clip soon racked up thousands of likes, as social media users raced to comments to share their thoughts.


''Meanwhile Finnair allows sneakers,'' said one.

Another penned: ''I want to be a emirates flight attendant so bad it’s my dream job.''

''i have an insane level of respect for flight attendants!'' a TikTok fan chimed in.

''The most beautiful uniform,'' a style lover thought.

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