Emirates and Flydubai Celebrate Fifth Anniversary of Partnership

Emirates and Flydubai Celebrate Fifth Anniversary of Partnership
Emirates and Flydubai Celebrate Fifth Anniversary of Partnership

This month marks five years since the launch of the comprehensive airline partnership between Emirates and flydubai, joining forces to offer customers unrivaled travel options to all corners of the world. The air networks of both carriers have expanded significantly since the start of the collaboration in 2017, enabling more than 11 million customers to use more than 250.000 flights, including all the benefits of hassle-free travel.

This innovative partnership goes beyond the standard model of codeshare agreements and also includes integrated cooperation within the airline network, optimization of flight schedules, seamless connections between Terminals 2 and 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB), single route baggage handling as well as the joint venture of the Emirates Skywards program. the benefits of loyalty.

Emirates and flydubai offer the following benefits to their customers through their partnership:

Unbeatable flight options: Emirates and flydubai customers currently have access to 98 destinations in 215 countries and can choose from an average of more than 250 codeshare flights each day. Emirates customers can book tickets to over 80 flydubai destinations and flydubai customers can choose from over 90 destinations served by Emirates. Popular travel destinations include, for example, Kathmandu, Kuwait, Maldives, Tel Aviv and Zanzibar.

Partner loyalty program: More than 8,5 million Emirates and flydubai frequent flyer members can take advantage of this partnership and have accumulated 150 billion Skywards miles together over the past five years.

Seamless connections at Dubai International Airport: Customers of both airlines can enjoy seamless check-in at Dubai Airport, efficient baggage transfers, access to Emirates Lounges in Terminal 3 and flydubai Lounges in Terminal 2, reduced transfer times and convenient connections to 33 destinations. On flydubai departing from Emirates Terminal 3.

Expansion of the air network:The expansion of both companies' flight schedules creates new travel options for the 270.000 passengers using the transfers offered by the airlines. The companies also offer customers greater flexibility with more daily routes to specific destinations such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Karachi, the Maldives or key cities in Saudi Arabia and Tel Aviv. Both airlines continue to expand their flight networks. Emirates has recently resumed flights to Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Likewise, the flydubai network grew in 2020, for example the company AI launched flights to Ula, Namangan, Osh, Pisa and Samarkand. flydubai also announced that from 2023 it will fly to Ghana in the Maldives, Cagliari and Milan in Italy, Corfu in Greece and Krabi and Pattaya in Thailand, and re-flight to Abha, Hajl, Hofuf and Tabuk in Saudi Arabia. .

Improving the customer experience: Starting this month, Emirates will renew 2 Premium Economy seats as part of a $120 billion investment that includes, among other things, better dining options and a more sustainable dining choice. flydubai, on the other hand, has installed new reclining Business Class seats that offer its customers more comfort on short and medium-haul flights, while also increasing its fleet to 70 Boeing 737 aircraft. plans to equip new Business Class seats and future aircraft in the same way.

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