|Top route||Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl to Dubai Intl|
|Top airport||Dubai Intl|
They used be great airline but no more.
The flight was smooth and attendants were efficient. Food was mediocre. Lounge food in Dubai was not good. Lounge food in Milan was excellent.
Aircraft started from Dubai was dirty which became more dirtier afterwards. Bangkok cleaning staff was just fixing optics and wrappers and left over food was between window and window seat narrow gaps.
Plan cleanliness was missed big time
Old flight, the chair doesnt recline completely. Rude crew.
Excellent experience I would only fly with Emirates
Sevices was not that good, not much comfortable seats.
Food was great. Enjoyed the variety of world tv/ movie choices
Food quality/ taste used to better. The chicken was bland and dry.
Manila to Dubai business class aircraft is too tight. Tv remote not directly connected. Difficult to maneuver from the seat. Need to go to screen to tap. Was looking for the health kit given everytime we take business class to Europe but no longer there. Food at lounge was mediocre. Crew was friendly and helpful. Flight was smooth.
Es muy complicado la pantalla que tienen de entretenimiento. Hay muy pocas películas en español y las que están en otros idiomas no se pueden escuchar en español
Flight attendants services are good..
The bread / bun which you hv served inflight was so chilled instead of warm .or hot. Unable to eat in that conditions. Earlier you hv servefd small bottles of Red Wines on our preference for drinks. But you hv supplied in small plastic tumblers. Otherwise food qualities are OK. No hot towels were supplied to freshen up
The food should be improved, it didn’t taste as good as expected. Tea/coffee should be served after food otherwise by the time we finish our food the tea/coffee is cold.
No leg rest on seats in business class. Its absurd.
I booked Emirate flight but I couldn’t find Emirate flight in Dhaka.It was a lot of confusion before I found out that my flight was fly Dubai. I was about to miss my flight; bad experience, sorry. From Dubai to JFK , it was fantastic.
Boarding process leaving DXB was not the smoothest,otherwise and enjoyable experience
Seats could’ve been more comfortable
Seats could’ve been more comfortable
Waited two hours for food and drinks
Check-in should be faster. We waited for almost 1hr to complete check-in
They didn’t let us board in. Now they charged us no show fees $416 and fair difference $370 for two days after flight. They denied our boarding and charged us wrongly as no show fees
Keep it up very happy
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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.
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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.