|Top route||Dubai Intl to Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl|
|Top airport||Dubai Intl|
Pros: TV screen
Cons: Providing hotel for connecting flights
Pros: There was no distance between seats with COVID 19 Craft was so crowded and full on kids under 5 years which Made it super noisy. Even with earbuds there was no peace.
Cons: Food wasn’t good and there’s no choice, no ice where beverages were not cold, toilets stocked!
Pros: excellent crew, helped me through my nerves about flying
Cons: would have loved to sit upstairs in the bar area.
Pros: Easy on and off. Nice crew.
Cons: Seats too narrow for long business class flight.
Pros: Nothing 4 times flights cancels and layover increased from 1 hr to 8hrs and 35 mints i am not buying any more tickets from kayak budget air staff is to rude
Cons: Make fare more competitive with other airlines.
Pros: Was able to switch to an open row dubai to jfk. Nice crew..good food..veggie choices.
Cons: Jfk-mia..held for gate 1 hr..
Pros: Social distancing first .... the food is not good second .... the ticket prices are high for such a service
Cons: Social distancing first .... the food is not good second .... the ticket prices are high for such a service
Pros: Food was good but served in a unorganized manner, drinks and food was not sequentially served as normally.
Cons: The flight attendants were not polite and difficult to understand. They closed two of the lavatories for themselves. I’m not impressed with Emirates.
Pros: Comfortable seats. Amazing crew.
Cons: I think everything was upto the mark.
Cons: Food service was very slow. Flight from Dubai Seattle did not provide PPE
Pros: Seats were comfortable and crew was great
Pros: Good service
Cons: Overall experience turns exceptional great when crew is friendly, understandable & helpful. My overall experience on this flight from CAI-DXB on Emirates was great because of the wonderful crew, on top was their Supervisor/ Adel A.Hamid El-Hareth. On the contrary my decision after an experience with Emirates on board from DXB-LAX, was never to repeat it due to Crew Supervisor, she was British, she was there on board I guess to teach everybody disciplines with a tone !! Someone exceptional to meet once in life but it may bring you to a decision along with other factors not to fly again with Emirates to LAX. Thanks for your professional follow up Regards, Dr. Karim Ali
Cons: veg food was mostly repeated in all the meals, didn't track who is vegetarian, so ran out of veg food. Pizza wasn't great.
Cons: veg food was mostly repeated and pizza wasn't great
Cons: As usual best of the best
Cons: No comments
Pros: Emirates Airlines will remain the best of the best
Cons: Emirates Airlines will remain the best of the best
Pros: crew responding to the request, supportive
Cons: food was just ok, not excellent. movie selection was not really top notch, just so-so...
Pros: Everything is perfect.
Cons: Nothing to complain, simply perfect.
Pros: Crew was amazing and aircraft was brand new.
Cons: Passengers were not always putting masks on and for unnecessary reasons
Cons: Being on time
Cons: You are cold and cant get any blanket? Very poor service
Emirates has three travel classes for passengers to choose from: Economy, Business, and First. Economy will provide you with entertainment, a hot meal, and free beverages, while Business has additional perks such as a seat that turns into a bed, complimentary alcoholic drinks, and a larger entertainment screen.
Although this airline is based in the United Arab Emirates, it provides flights to over 140 destinations that can be found in 70 different countries throughout the world, with many of them being in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. For those that are interested in traveling to Europe, you can choose from locations such as Belgium, Denmark, France, and Germany. If you intend on going to Asia, you can also choose from countries such as China and Japan.
While Emirates is not a member of a specific air alliance or group, the company is considered to be the fourth largest airline in the world and has connections with other companies, such as Pakistan International Airlines. Additionally, it has codeshare agreements with many other companies, including Qantas, Air Malta, Malaysia Airlines, and TAP Air Portugal.
This airline has become known for having a large fleet that is composed of over 250 planes, with many of them being either Airbus or Boeing. The Boeing 777-300ER is the most commonly used plane by the company, as it can fit anywhere from 350 to 428 passengers, contains a selection of small passenger lounges, and is best suited for medium-range flights. When traveling longer distances, the company often employs the Airbus A380-800, a plane that is known for being the world’s largest passenger airline and fitting anywhere from 480 to 615 passengers.