Emirates cheapest flights

Founded: 1985
IATA code: EK
Destinations: 120+ in over 70 countries
Alliances: None
Fleet: 191 aircraft
A380, Airbus A340, A330, Boeing 777
Loyalty programs: Skywards

Emirates History

Founded in 1985, Emirates has become the largest airline in the Middle East, in terms of revenue, fleet size, and passengers carried as of 2007.
Emirates’ network has been further expanded with its codeshare agreements, but the airline is no member of any of the 3 global alliances, Star Alliance, Oneworld and Skyteam. Nevertheless, the award-winning airline flies to more than 120 destinations from its hub in Dubai International Airport, while it operates four of the world's ten longest non-stop commercial flights, from Dubai to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas and Houston.
In 2011, Emirates was the fourth-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried and the largest in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown!

Emirates Hub Airports

Dubai International Airport

Stats and numbers

Emirates has earned more than 400 awards for excellence worldwide.
Emirates operates over 2,300 flights every week.
Emirates was the first airline to introduce an in-flight mobile phone service, in 2008.

Important Milestones

From April 2013, Emirates and Qantas are forming a global partnership and will fly 14 times a day from Australia to Dubai and beyond.
In 2008, Emirates received its first A380 aircraft, and operated its first flight to New York.

Emirates Airports

1. Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
2. Accra, Ghana
3. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
4. Adelaide, Australia
5. Ahmedabad, India
6. Algiers, Algeria
7. Amman, Jordan
8. Amsterdam, Netherlands
9. Athens, Greece
10. Auckland, New Zealand
11. Baghdad, Iraq
12. Bahrain, Bahrain
13. Bangkok, Thailand
14. Barcelona, Spain
15. Basra, Iraq
16. Beijing, China
17. Beirut, Lebanon
18. Bengaluru (Bangalore), India
19. Birmingham, United Kingdom
20. Brisbane, Australia
21. Buenos Aires, Argentina
22. Cairo, Egypt
23. Cape Town, South Africa
24. Casablanca, Morocco
25. Chennai (Madras), India
26. Christchurch, New Zealand
27. Cochin (Kochi), India
28. Colombo, Sri Lanka
29. Copenhagen, Denmark
30. Dakar, Senegal
31. Dallas, United States
32. Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
33. Dammam, Saudi Arabia
34. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
35. Delhi, India
36. Dhaka, Bangladesh
37. Doha, Qatar
38. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
39. Dublin, Ireland
40. Durban, South Africa
41. Düsseldorf, Germany
42. Entebbe, Uganda
43. Erbil, Iraq
44. Frankfurt, Germany
45. Geneva, Switzerland
46. Glasgow, United Kingdom
47. Guangzhou, China
48. Hamburg, Germany
49. Harare, Zimbabwe
50. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
51. Hong Kong, Hong Kong
52. Houston, United States
53. Hyderabad, India
54. Islamabad, Pakistan
55. Istanbul, Turkey
56. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
57. Johannesburg, South Africa
58. Karachi, Pakistan
59. Khartoum, Sudan
60. Kolkata, India
61. Kozhikode, India
62. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
63. Kuwait City, Kuwait
64. Lagos, Nigeria
65. Lahore, Pakistan
66. Larnaca, Cyprus
67. Lisbon, Portugal
68. London, United Kingdom
69. Los Angeles, United States
70. Luanda, Angola

71. Lusaka, Zambia
72. Lyon, France
73. Madrid, Spain
74. Male, Maldives
75. Malta, Malta
76. Manchester, United Kingdom
77. Manila, Philippines
78. Mauritius, Mauritius
79. Medina (Madinah), Saudi Arabia
80. Melbourne, Australia
81. Milan, Italy
82. Moscow, Russia
83. Mumbai (Bombay), India
84. Munich, Germany
85. Muscat, Oman
86. Nairobi, Kenya
87. New York, United States
88. Newcastle, United Kingdom
89. Nice, France
90. Osaka, Japan
91. Paris, France
92. Perth, Australia
93. Peshawar, Pakistan
94. Phuket, Thailand
95. Prague, Czech Republic
96. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
97. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
98. Rome, Italy
99. San Francisco, United States
100. Sana'a, Yemen
101. São Paulo, Brazil
102. Seattle, United States
103. Seoul, Korea
104. Seychelles, Seychelles
105. Shanghai, China
106. Singapore, Singapore
107. St. Petersburg, Russia
108. Sydney, Australia
109. Tehran, Iran
110. Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India
111. Tokyo, Japan
112. Toronto, Canada
113. Tripoli, Libya
114. Tunis, Tunisia
115. Venice, Italy
116. Vienna, Austria
117. Warsaw, Poland
118. Washington, United States
119. Zürich, Switzerland


Emirates Classes of Service

Emirates offers 3 classes of service to its passengers:
Economy Class with comfortable seats, in-flight entertainment system, laptop recharging facilities and carefully chosen meals.
Business Class with spacious seats, angled lie-flat beds and award winning entertainment, as well as on-board bar and top-quality dining.
First class – with 3 types of seating, top class personal service, privacy and luxury amenities.

Emirates Lounges

Emirates’ First Class and Business Class passengers, as well as Skywards Gold members have access to its dedicated world-class lounge facilities at selected airports around the world.
You can visit Emirates Lounges if you fly from:
1. Auckland
2. Bangkok
3. Beijing
4. Birmingham
5. Brisbane
6. Colombo
7. Delhi
8. Dubai
9. Düsseldorf
10. Frankfurt
11. Hamburg
12. Hong Kong
13. Istanbul
14. Johannesburg
15. Kuala Lumpur
16. London Gatwick
17. London Heathrow
18. Manchester
19. Melbourne
20. Milan
21. Mumbai
22. Munich
23. New York John F. Kennedy
24. Paris Charles de Gaulle
25. Perth
26. San Francisco
27. Shanghai
28. Singapore
29. Sydney
30. Zürich

Apart from the above, passengers may also relax in Emirates partner lounges at more than 50 international airports.

In-Flight Entertainment

Emirates was the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft, with the world’s first seat-back screens in 1992.
Its award-winning in-flight entertainment system includes on-demand movies, music, TV shows and more.
Find below some of the facilities you may enjoy onboard with Emirates:
• Over 1,400 channels allow you to choose among the latest movies, television programs, audio channels and games from around the world.
• ICE Digital Widescreen (available in some aircraft)
• On-air mobile service and Wi-Fi connection that enables sending and receiving SMS/data during flight.
• USB ports and power supply
• Extensive in-flight shopping selection from the onboard duty free shop
• “Open Skies” is the Emirates’ in-flight magazine
In addition to the above, Emirates’ quality dining and award-winning meals are offered in-flight.
*Facilities and services vary by class of service and/or route.

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