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        Emirates stands as a premier airline in the global aviation landscape, continually raising the bar for travel standards. With an extensive fleet spanning over three decades, it boasts cutting-edge aircraft across various cabin classes, including Economy, Business, and First Class, each tailored to cater to the diverse needs and preferences of passengers. The airline has redefined service excellence, elevating passenger experience to unprecedented levels. Through its esteemed loyalty program, Emirates Skywards, travellers enjoy exclusive perks and rewards, ranging from complimentary upgrades to access to luxurious airport lounges worldwide. Not only does Emirates facilitate seamless booking of flights, but it also guarantees competitive prices through its price guarantee policy, ensuring affordability without compromising quality. In its journey, Emirates has played a pivotal role in the transformation of Dubai, propelling it onto the world stage as a dynamic metropolis, boasting architectural marvels, cultural richness, and unparalleled hospitality, all of which reflect the airline's commitment to excellence and innovation.

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        The Essentials

        Name: Emirates
        Founded: 1985
        Hub: Dubai International Airport
        Rewards Program: Emirates Skywards
        NZ Routes: Auckland to Dubai directly, as well as via Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane; and Christchurch to Sydney and on to Bangkok or Dubai.
        Partners: Strong cooperation with Qantas.
        Classes of Travel: First, Business and Economy.
        Meals: All meals and drinks (including alcohol) are included. Special meals are available.
        Entertainment: Movies, TV shows, music and games are included with personal seatback screens.
        Luggage Allowance: One piece of checked luggage up to 30 kilograms and one piece of carry-on up to 7 kilograms included on all Economy fares. Increased allowances apply for higher classes (see below).
        Connectivity: When flying Emirates you’ll receive 10MB’s free WiFi, and then be able to purchase a further 500MB’s for USD$1.00. Mobile phone roaming is available.
        Extra Security: Ensure you read about the super important extra security measures in force at Dubai International Airport below.
        *Please note all the above info is for flights to and from New Zealand. WiFi available on nearly all A380 aircraft, and most B777’s.

        The Difference

        Want to experience the world's biggest passenger plane? Emirates has nearly 70 of the aircraft, and another 70 on order! They are flown on all flights from Auckland via Australia (but not the direct flight), and many connecting flights from Dubai to Europe.
        Emirates have arguably the most luxurious aircraft in the world. First Class passengers have their own suites and even access to onboard showers!
        Emirates have one of the most extensive entertainment systems in the industry with over 2000 movies, TV shows, games, and albums.
        All of Emirates’ A380’s feature a walk-up bar from which you can order complimentary drinks and nibbles (reserved for Business and First Class flyers only).
        In 2014 Emirates passengers went through 13 million bottles of wine costing around USD 140 million dollars! About USD 2 million dollars of it was New Zealand wine
        Join the Emirates Skywards programme and when you book flights online at you will earn Emirates Skywards miles and Mix & Match loyalty points which can be used to enter competitions.

        The Destinations

        New Zealand:
        Auckland to Dubai direct, as well as via Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
        Christchurch to Dubai via Sydney and/or Bangkok.

        To most major cities in Asia, Europe and Africa, as well as 15 destinations in North and South America.

        The Classes

        Emirates Business Class:
        In addition to the benefits of Economy, in Business Class you’ll receive complimentary private airport transfers, in-seat power points, personal minibar, large leather seats that convert to fully flat beds, a-la-carte dining with fine wine, and access to the onboard bar with complimentary drinks and nibbles (bar on A380 aircraft only). Checked baggage allowance is one piece at 40 kilograms and one piece of carry-on at 7 kilograms.

        Emirates First Class:
        In First Class, you’ll receive all the Business Class benefits above and also have a much larger seating area with sliding doors for privacy, a vanity unit and mirror, amenity kits with Bvlgari products, and access to onboard showers. Checked luggage allowance is one piece at 50 kilograms and the carry-on is two pieces at 7 kilograms each.

        The Hub

        Dubai International Airport:
        Dubai is the third busiest airport in the world with over 70 million people going through there each year. However, it also has the largest airport terminal in the world and one of the most modern, so it is a pleasure to travel through. Over 100 airlines fly to Dubai, from 260 destinations around the world. Inside the airport is a plethora of shops offering everything you could possibly want. Terminal hotels mean that you can get a room between flights without having to clear security/customs, and there are even complimentary shower facilities. Other facilities include prayer rooms, smoking rooms and medical centres.

        If travelling to the UK, USA or Canada from Dubai International Airport, you will be required to show that any electronic or battery-powered devices on your person do in fact work. Security staff will ask you to demonstrate that the devices work by switching them on, so you must ensure you have sufficient battery power to do this. If you cannot prove it works, it will be confiscated (or you will be denied boarding). This applies to all electronic or battery-powered devices such as cellphones, iPods, laptops, e-books and tablets. It does not apply to items in your checked luggage.


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