Emirates is marking the 52nd UAE National Day on December 2nd with special celebrations onboard its flights and in its lounges. Passengers departing from Dubai will receive Emirati-inspired sweet treats, and the aircraft interior will be illuminated with the colors of the UAE flag. In First and Business Class, customers can enjoy traditional Emirati dishes and a variety of desserts.
Emirates is set to celebrate Thanksgiving with special menus on its flights from Dubai to the USA and within its airport lounges. From November 23 to 30, passengers on these routes can savor traditional Thanksgiving dishes, with elevated options for First Class travelers.
Emirates has introduced its renowned world-class Chauffeur Drive Service (CDS) in Jakarta, Indonesia, catering to the needs of the airline’s First and Business Class customers. This exclusive service promises a seamless, top-tier door-to-door experience to and from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), ensuring comfort, privacy, and flexibility.
Emirates has made substantial investments in its A380 fleet, securing deals for maintenance, cabin upgrades, and other enhancements at the Dubai Airshow 2023. These investments demonstrate Emirates’ commitment to providing passengers with a world-class travel experience aboard its iconic A380 aircraft well into the next decade.
Emirates and Condor Airlines have initiated a reciprocal interline partnership to provide travelers with expanded connectivity options and smoother journeys. This collaboration enables passengers to seamlessly connect between the two airlines’ extensive networks, enhancing their travel experience and offering more choices for global destinations.
Emirates today announced an order for 15 additional Airbus A350-900s at the Dubai Airshow 2023, worth US$ 6 billion. This takes Emirates’ total A350 order book to a total of 65 units.
On the first day of the 2023 Dubai Air Show, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, paid a visit to Emirates Airlines. During the visit, Adel Al Redha, Chief Operating Officer of Emirates, presented an overview of the airline’s innovative employee training program that utilizes extended reality (XR) technology
Dubai Airshow 2023 opened with a breathtaking aerial display led by Emirates, showcasing the prowess of UAE aviation. The spectacle featured the iconic Emirates A380, followed by the UAE’s Al Fursan air display team, and a formation of commercial aircraft, including an Emirates Boeing 777, Etihad Airbus 350, Air Arabia Airbus 320, and flydubai Boeing 737, all soaring through the skies to the delight of spectators.
Dubai carriers threw down the gauntlet to emerging regional rivals with more than $50 billion of Boeing jet orders on Monday, as competition intensifies to secure dwindling supplies of long-haul jets and anticipate growth in international travel.
Emirates will showcase its full family of aircraft consisting of the airline’s latest retrofitted A380, game-changer Boeing 777-300ER , Diamond DA42-VI and Cirrus SR 22 training aircraft used by the Emirates Flight Training Academy. The Embraer Phenom 100 charter jet will also be on display. Both Emirates B777-300ER and A380 aircraft will have the airline’s newest signature livery.
Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, is commemorating a significant milestone in Pakistan as it marks the 10th anniversary of providing passenger and cargo services to Sialkot. Over the past decade, Emirates has become a crucial player in the region, connecting Sialkot, known for its manufacturing excellence, with global destinations.