Emirates initially began in 1985 when Gulf Air ceased flights to Dubai and the Royal Family (of Dubai) decided to establish an airline which is independent of government subsidies. They started with two leased aircraft from Dubai Royal Air Wing, which cater initial flights from Dubai to Karachi. Pakistan International Airlines also provided technical and administrative assistance to the new carrier by then.
Now, Emirates has a total fleet size of 234 which service 164 destinations worldwide. The parent company of the largest airline in the Middle East is “The Emirates Group.” Aside from being the 7th-largest airline in terms of revenue, Emirates is also the world’s 3rd-largest international carrier.
Their current slogan is “Fly Emirates. Hello Tomorrow,” and the logo is a calligraphy of the word “Emirates” in Arabic.
Flying with Emirates
Emirates lets travellers experience three kinds of cabin with a class of its own: Economy, Business, and First Class. Flight attendants don’t practice favoritism among the passengers; they ensure that each class passenger is treated fairly and properly. All three classes are accommodated with designated carefully selected meals and beverages. To keep them entertained, the ICE system (Inflight entertainment) offers a range of 600 movies, 200 videos, TV shows, 1000 hours of music, and 100 video games. They also offer docking capability for Apple’s iPod, which integrates with the IFE system that can play music, television shows, or movies stored on the iPod, and functions as a control system.
The frequent flyer of Emirates is called “Emirates Skywards,” which actually has similar frequent-flyer partnerships with Alaska Airlines, easyJet, Japan Airlines, Jet Airways, JetBlue, Jetstar, Korean Air, Qantas, S7 Airlines, South African Airways, TAP Portugal, and Virgin America.
Official Website and Mobile App
I have no negative comments with regards to their site: it was carefully designed. The features and functionality are well-organized. The official page also contains interesting facts and videos that travelers will surely love to read and watch. News updates with changes are shown there, too. Like other pages, Emirates provides information of the airline’s services, policies, and applications. These include information about Emirates Skywards and their travel app.
The mobile app has similar features with its PC version. Both in the Google Play Store and App Store, Emirates reviews of mobile users are giving positive feedback of the application’s features. Customers can book, manage, and check their flight booking. They can even access their boarding pass and guides to over 140 destinations. As an Emirates Skywards member, they can also redeem their miles through their smart phones.
Emirates Reviews of Passengers
According to 1,079 Emirates reviews, the airlines had garnered an overall star-rating of 6/10, wherein passengers are really appreciative over Emirates’ services not only on board but also during check-in and departure. To see more of these Emirates reviews, click here.
- Website URL: http://www.emirates.com
- Contact Number: +63 2 792 6045
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax Number: (+9714) 286 4066
- Head Office Address: Emirates Group Headquarters, PO Box 686, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Judging through Emirates reviews, the airline is without a doubt one of the best airlines in the world. Throughout the years, the airline was successful in gaining loyal customers who would fly with them any day. From initial booking to inflight service, everything is brilliant. This 4-star airline truly deserves its position among the top 5 of the World’s Top 100 Airlines recognized and honored by Skytrax’s World Airline Awards.