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When it comes to booking a holiday, you really don’t need a reason. But if you’re looking for an excuse, Emirates flies to 161 destinations, and we’re pretty sure you haven’t visited them all. Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East, with more than 3,600 flights per week from its hub in Dubai. Whether you want to eat your way through Europe or get your cultural fix in Africa, Emirates has your back.
Emirates Economy, Business and First Class.
Stuck flying in economy? Think again. With free Wi-Fi access, inflight entertainment and complimentary beverages, you’ll feel like you just scored an upgrade. For added perks, book an Emirates Business Class ticket. The lie-flat seats are reason alone to pick this cabin, but you’ll even have access to an on-board bar on some flights. We say cheers to that.
For next-level luxury, there’s always Emirates First Class. You’ll reach superstar status with additional amenities like floor-to-ceiling doors, gourmet cuisine and your own personal skincare collection. Oh, and we should probably mention the bar lounge and spa showers for first class flyers on certain flights.
Taking care of your flight details
Emirates baggage allowance depends on what type of ticket you’ve purchased. Luggage weight limitations begin at 15kg and go up to a generous 50kg (bring everything but the kitchen sink!). As for the Emirates check-in process, it’s easy, especially online. For flights from all major airports, you can check in starting 48 hours before take-off, but no later than 90 minutes before. Get your mobile boarding pass and you’re one step ahead when you get to the airport.
As long as you’re working your way through that travel wish list, join Emirates Skywards and reap the rewards. Get points with each flight you take, and you’ll work your way up the tiers—platinum status sure looks good on you.