have numerous male FAs. In fact I can't recall being on a QR
flight that didn't have at least one.
As far as working for QR
goes, it's worth a shot. Doha is not a super-exciting place to live but there are definitely things to do and a lot to see in the region. QR
seems to treat it employees well and does not have the reputation that some other carriers in the area (no names) do. If you take it you will get to see a lot of very interesting places and worst case you will have an interesting chapter to add to your biography
On top of this you get to be part of a blossoming carrier flying state of the art metal and a decent pay and benefits package. There are also many expats of all nationalities in Doha so you should be able to find some of your countrymen should you get a little homesick from time to time.
One piece of advice I would offer you is that being an FA
will require patience and openmindedness - more so than would be needed on most western carriers. They do serve some sketchy places and there are some trying flights for sure, particularly those that ferry labourers in and out of the gulf - a lot of pax on these routes have never flown and are a little rough around the edges. I recently helped a guy fill out a landing form because he did not know what a landing form was or how to write. With that said it will be an excellent experience. I wish you the best of luck and let us know if you take the job, I'll have to buy you a beer next time I'm in Doha.