|Top route||Dubai Intl to Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl|
|Top airport||Dubai Intl|
Emirates is nice
Fly Dubai flights (partnered with Emirates) are usually late/delayed on short hauls (eg RUH to DXB) and because it’s a 737 Max 8 or 9 it’s cramped. Pretty rubbish actually.
Better food and better customer service by staff
The plane was really old. There was no monitor Infront of seats. The speaker that played the voice of crew and captain was broken and noisy. We could hardly understand what they were saying and that was something definitely obvious for them. It was kind of disrespectful when they saw such an obvious annoying problem and not trying to solve it. I really felt angry.
Boarding crew was not the friendliest
Everything is fine
Flight was so comfortable, service was excellent and staff very friendly and helpful.
It was nice
Liked food. Service could have been better. More water trips would have been good.
The boarding process took FOREVER. I arrived three hours before my flight and barely made it to the gate in time for boarding and there was no waiting as all to pass through the security checkpoint. Emirates simply was understaffed on Jan 7th 2022. More importantly, the flight crew made very little effort to enforce the mask requirement and the result was everywhere you look you could see passengers with their mask not covering their nose, and then after seating many didn't have the mask covering their mouth either. It was a total health hazard. Unacceptable.
16 hr flights with just 2 meals is ridiculous.
Emirates canceled the booking on me without any explanation. There was no reason given and no option to rebook. Ended up rebooking on a different airline for double the original price that was locked with Emirates. Even though the refund was processed reasonably expeditiously, this experience is unacceptable.
Lost my luggage.
Nice an comfort travel
The wifi wasn’t working, waste of money. There was no space for carry in baggage, had to hold all the valuables and the carry in baggage was went to cargo
Great cabin crews, great service, great response from the officials!
Seating has more space.Connecting flight good. Food is good. They have to stop serving the cold dish which more than 90% of the passengers didn't eat.
Too much bad service
Everything was perfect
Emirates staff should be more professional and friendly
Not the most comfortable business class out there
It is as good as can be. food could be a little better.
The flights were good. service was good. food could be little better.
Airplane A380-800 is too big, fully booked. Too many people everywhere, which made me nervous due to Covid-19 infection risks. But food was good, and toilets were fine.
Very effective and friendly staff (both onboard and on land), good food and very clean environment.
On board Emirates flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x38x20cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Emirates assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Emirates offers direct flights to 138 cities in 77 different countries. Karachi, Dubai, and Kuwait City are the most popular cities covered by Emirates.
Emirates concentrates most of its flight operations in Dubai.
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Emirates has three travel classes for passengers to choose from: Economy, Business, and First. Economy will provide you with entertainment, a hot meal, and free beverages, while Business has additional perks such as a seat that turns into a bed, complimentary alcoholic drinks, and a larger entertainment screen.
Although this airline is based in the United Arab Emirates, it provides flights to over 140 destinations that can be found in 70 different countries throughout the world, with many of them being in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. For those that are interested in traveling to Europe, you can choose from locations such as Belgium, Denmark, France, and Germany. If you intend on going to Asia, you can also choose from countries such as China and Japan.
While Emirates is not a member of a specific air alliance or group, the company is considered to be the fourth largest airline in the world and has connections with other companies, such as Pakistan International Airlines. Additionally, it has codeshare agreements with many other companies, including Qantas, Air Malta, Malaysia Airlines, and TAP Air Portugal.
This airline has become known for having a large fleet that is composed of over 250 planes, with many of them being either Airbus or Boeing. The Boeing 777-300ER is the most commonly used plane by the company, as it can fit anywhere from 350 to 428 passengers, contains a selection of small passenger lounges, and is best suited for medium-range flights. When traveling longer distances, the company often employs the Airbus A380-800, a plane that is known for being the world’s largest passenger airline and fitting anywhere from 480 to 615 passengers.