Emirates Urges Passengers to Book

Emirates Encourages Passengers to Book
Emirates Urges Passengers to Book

As we emerge from the effects of the pandemic, Emirates is busy preparing for its busiest period ever, with more than 2.400 passengers expected to travel on more than 550.000 weekly flights from the UAE between June and July. Continuing to increase the number and frequency of flights wherever possible by expanding its summer schedule, the airline will reach approximately 80% of its pre-pandemic capacity this summer to meet demand, and will operate with more than 1 million seats per week.

Daily booking volumes are accelerating as the summer holidays approach, and Emirates is urging travelers who have not planned their vacation or travel to book in advance to ensure they can travel on their preferred dates and flights.

Passengers traveling from the UAE this year will visit family and friends via Emirates' six destinations in the United Kingdom and nine destinations in India, including Cairo, Amman, Manila and Beirut. As more and more countries open their doors to tourism and lift entry restrictions, travel traffic from the UAE is also heading to Bangkok, Istanbul, Vienna, Zurich, Nice, Phuket, Singapore, Oslo, Kuala Lumpur, Brisbane and the west coast of the USA for long summer holidays. It will be at an all-time high with a large number of travelers outgoing, mostly families and couples.

With so many passengers waiting almost two years to travel, Emirates has been working hard to deliver exceptional onboard comfort and a seamless journey on the ground.

On the ground, passengers will be able to expedite transactions using the airline's biometric pathway in Terminal 3 for a contactless journey from select check-in desks, Emirates Lounges and boarding gates. The airline has also implemented other technology-focused services such as self check-in and baggage claim kiosks at DXB to facilitate contactless transactions at the airport. Emirates passengers now also have the option to reduce waiting times with 25 mobile check-in points where they can issue boarding passes, weigh and tag their luggage and answer any questions from the check-in staff.

Passengers in Ajman and the Northern Emirates can take advantage of the airline's round-the-clock Ajman check-in facility without having to queue at DXB. From Abu Dhabi, Emirates passengers can also use the airline's bus, which currently operates five times a day.

First Class passengers can take advantage of Emirates' new Home Check-in Service, which gives them the option to check-in from home for free. Emirates' First Class passengers in Dubai and Sharjah are visited at their home or hotel at pre-booked times by check-in staff to complete all check-in formalities including document verification, baggage claim and boarding pass issuance. There is a special counter at the airport for last minute extra luggage.

On board, passengers can enjoy regional delicacies, special menus and an unrivaled beverage offering in all classes, as well as a range of other premium treats. Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice, now offers passengers more than 4.000 channels with close to 40 hours of music and podcasts to choose from, and content in 3.500 languages ​​to suit all tastes and preferences, including 5.000 hours of the latest movies and TV shows. . The airline will fly the A380 to 35 destinations this summer, and passengers will enjoy exclusive and exclusive aboard Emirates' flagship double-decker aircraft, including the hugely popular Onboard Lounge and Shower & Spa, among other award-winning experiences in each cabin class. able to experience their service.

Passengers traveling from Dubai to London, Paris and Sydney from 1 August, private check-in areas at DXB, luxury seats offering unrivaled comfort with up to 102 cm spacing, sustainable soft blankets and travel kits, premium class They will enjoy the airline's Premium Economy comfort and other thoughtful touches, with a selection of food & beverages.

Passengers returning from their overseas holidays can continue their summer privileges in Dubai on the ground with the My Emirates Pass. Passengers traveling between 1 May and 30 September 2022 will be able to enjoy exclusive benefits by simply presenting their Emirates boarding pass at more than 500 destinations, including restaurants, brand retail outlets, spas and city-wide attractions.

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