Flight Attendant Salary Talk Series # 3

Hey guys welcome to this third episode of this series, The Flight attendant salary talk series. Today we are going to talk about the International Flight attendant salary. Which are mostly based on the Middle East. Please refer to the first episode of this series because that is where I explain how the flight attendants get paid and that way you will  understand why the range in salary and why is it different per month.


This is just for informational purposes only and I do not guarantee that all the information in here is true or correct. It is all based on hearsay, friends. Please do not quote me on this, things may change or may not change.

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Qatar Airways

So let’s talk about the Qatar Airways. They earn about anywhere from 60,000 to 100,000 pesos a month that includes everything, Flying time allowances and what not.



When it comes to Emirates, it’s about the same. the difference with Qatar Airways is that they don’t give you your allowance upfront. You have to pay for your hotel expenses and then you will get your layover Allowances on your paycheck by the end of the month. That’s why your allowance increase gradually Emirates. The average take-home pay is Minimum 50,000 pesos to 100,000 pesos plus depending on the flying time allowances bonuses that you get.


Etihad Airways

With Etihad Airways I think it’s about 60,000 to 100,000. I think with Etihad Airways they have bigger salary but not that much although I am not that sure but that’s what I heard they have bigger Allowance depending on your rank. If you become a Premium galley crew or if you become like a business class crew, it has bigger salary. The pay structure is quite good as well as with Emirates and Qatar. If you become supervisor it has bigger salary than a regular crew it’s bigger than 50,000 to 100,000 pesos.


Oman Air & Gulf Air

With almond air is also the same, usually 50,000 to 80,000 pesos Depending on the factors that I’ve mentioned on the first episode of the series. For Gulf Air, it’s also the same 50,000 to a 100,000 pesos.



That’s the salary range. In the end of the day, Middle eastern airlines differentiates from how they give their allowance to you. The good thing about middle east, is you have no taxes. So you get your full salary then you have lots of allowances, lots of perks. When you work for other airlines for example Korean air or ASEAN or when you are in the United States They have taxes, in the Middle East, no tax baby. Everything is tax-free So that’s why I like working there.

I hope that you don’t quote me on these Flight attendant salary. This is just something that I learned through people that I talk to it’s not from the company itself of course. They could change their salary With their own discretion it’s not like up to me And I do not take any responsibility or liabilities by the information that is found in this video. that’s it.

I hope that you guys learned something from this blog, I hope I it give you some motivation to work harder or to apply to international airlines.

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Good luck to all of you and Fly with you soon!

3 Replies to “Flight Attendant Salary Talk Series # 3”

  1. Please stop saying don’t quote me on this one blah blah blah. You’re a blogger/vlogger for crying out loud. People will always quote on what you say or write about. Take responsibility on the things that you post. It’s what a good blogger/vlogger should do. People follow and listen to you, the least you can do is to provide accurate information and not some cheap assumptions. If you can’t, then don’t post just for the sake of having one. And please as much as you can, try to proof read your blog before posting it. There are a lot of grammer lapses.

  2. Yep. I totally agree with the previous comment! This blog is useless. Girl, you should really think twice before posting anything about Middle East Airlines! A lot of people are looking for REAL infos, not this kind of bu**s**t

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