Emirates denies suspending pilot for refusing to fly to Israel
Any news regarding such an incident is untrue, it said.
Emirates has denied rumours that it suspended a Tunisian pilot from work for refusing to pilot a flight to Tel Aviv, Israel.
According to Al Bayan, the airline said it hasn't hired any pilot by the name Monem Sahib al-Taba, contrary to information online media reports have been circulating.
Emirates has never employed any pilot by this name and all reports circulating on social media around this are false.— Emirates Airline (@emirates) January 13, 2021
It further said that any news regarding such an incident is untrue.
The UAE has been operating flights to and from Israel, following a historic deal in September last year under which relations between the two countries were normalised.
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