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Emirates (EK) Highlights
A fast-growing international airline with one of the youngest fleets in the sky and more than 400 awards for excellence worldwide, Emirates is one of two key corporations in the Emirates Group. The other is Dnata, one of the largest travel organisations in the Middle East with over 8,000 employees handling passenger, cargo, ramp and technical services for numerous airlines at Dubai International Airport.
Emirates and Dnata are committed to providing their respective clients and customers with the highest possible level of professional service.
Classes of Travel
Emirates First Class offers exceptional standards of luxury and service. Wide aisles and an airy, expansive environment mean more room for each passenger. And supremely comfortable sleeper seats mean that you should arrive at your destination refreshed, even on long journeys.
Meanwhile, our multilingual cabin crew will make you feel at home, and are renowned for providing thoughtful and discreet service throughout your time with us.
Emirates Business Class provides the ideal environment, whether you choose to work, relax, or rest. The experience starts with our award winning service—our cabin crew will see that you have everything you need throughout the flight.
We endeavour to provide all of the services and amenities you need to arrive refreshed and ready for the rest of your journey.
Our Economy Class is among the best in the industry, and we're working constantly to make it even better. Emirates Economy Class is designed to give you more room, more comfort and better service, for an all-round better flight. Thoughtfully designed cabins mean more space for each passenger.
An advanced hand-held controller lets you personalise your experience, from adjusting your seat to selecting a movie. And seven course meals on long-haul flights, a selection of fine wines, and award winning inflight entertainment add up to a stylish, refreshing flight.
With laptop charging, SMS, phone and email from your seat on all aircraft, you won’t have to miss out on a second of work.
And when it's time to relax, sleeper seats and lie-flat seats on selected routes provide plenty of room to spread out and get comfortable, and recline to a lie-flat position on many of our aircraft.
Complimentary beverages and superb multi-course meals are provided, as well as personal seatback monitors to enjoy our outstanding inflight entertainment, whether it’s over 600 channels of on-demand programming on ice or the superb selection of film, TV and audio on tv&radio.
Economy passengers can stay in touch with SMS, phone and email at their seats, and of course, every passenger will enjoy the same high standard of service from our multi-lingual crew that is offered in all cabins.
Enjoy free Wi-Fi in the sky on Emirates A380s
DUBAI, UAE, 11 December 2014: Over 200,000 passengers have used Emirates’ free onboard Wi-Fi since October this year, taking advantage of the airline’s service to connect with family, friends or colleagues when they fly.
On most Emirates A380s passengers can access 10MBs of free data, enough to send emails, blog, tweet, post on Facebook, or browse the Internet.
Emirates currently offers Wi-Fi connectivity on 86 aircraft – on board all of its 56 Airbus A380s, as well as on 30 of its Boeing 777s. A comprehensive retrofit programme is also underway to install Wi-Fi capability across the rest of its fleet. On 51 of Emirates’ A380s, the first 10MB of data is free, and a token $1 charge is levied for the next 500MB. On all other aircraft, getting online costs US$1 due to the current hardware and software installed.
Until 01 January 2015, proceeds from these connection charges will be donated to the Emirates Airline Foundation to help improve quality of life for disadvantaged children around the world.
“Emirates sees inflight Wi-Fi as an essential value-add service that should be freely available for our customers to connect with friends, family and business. At the moment, software and technical limitations mean that on some of our aircraft we still have to levy a token charge for Wi-Fi. We are working hard to overcome this but until then, it is only $1 to get online. We’ve been providing free Wi-Fi and $1 Wi-Fi on the fleet since early October and up to 35% of passengers are using the service, especially on long flights,” said Patrick Brannelly, Emirates’ VP for Corporate Communications - Product, Publishing, Digital and Events.
“Most of our flights are long-haul international routes, and we know that many of our customers want to stay in touch when they travel. That is why Emirates has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in our inflight connectivity systems. We especially see a spike in mobile and Wi-Fi usage during major festive seasons, and we believe that our customers will welcome the fact that if they have to pay a $1 connection fee, proceeds will go towards supporting a good cause. We expect to collect and donate about US$40,000 to the Emirates Airline Foundation, but that amount could increase if more users log-on to Wi-Fi between now and the new year,” added Brannelly.
Since Emirates introduced onboard Wi-Fi three years ago, more than 600,000 passengers have connected to the service, and usage is rising in tandem with the growing penetration of mobile devices and changing lifestyles.
The industry leader in onboard connectivity, Emirates was the first airline to install in-seat telephones and onboard faxes back in 1995. Today, customers onboard Emirates can connect to Wi-Fi, send emails and text messages via their personal ice entertainment system screens, as well as use their personal mobile devices to make calls and send messages.
About the Emirates Airline Foundation
The Emirates Airline Foundation is a non-profit charity organisation which aims to improve the quality of life for children, regardless of geographical, political, or religious boundaries, and to help them maintain or improve their human dignity. The foundation’s aim is to help disadvantaged children realise their full potential by providing them with the basics, which most of us take for granted such as food, medicine, housing and education.
Visit emiratesairlinefoundation.org for more details on the Foundation projects.