Airline imposes curfew on employees (

March 18, 2014

The job announcement entices: the possibility to dine in Paris, lunch in New York and have breakfast in Montreal.

A tax-free salary, housing and transportation paid – and the chance to live in the Middle East as a flight attendant for one of the most prestigious airlines in the world, Qatar Airways.

It’s all true, but it’s not the whole truth about life and work in Qatar, according to crew members who quit voluntarily and returned to Brazil in the last four years.

The face of the little-known company sponsoring the Spanish team Barcelona includes a curfew, with a set time to arrive home even on days off: flight attendants are prohibited to sleep somewhere other than their own homes when they’re in Doha, there unannounced home inspections, and guests are not allowed after 10 p.m.

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