Luxury at 35,000 Feet with Emirates!

Two thousand channels of programming, 140 destinations, four daily flights from Dubai to New York JFK, and luxury like you’ve only imagined in the air. That’s what you get when you book Emirates.

And you don’t need to be Jennifer Aniston to receive these luxuries! On the Airbus 380, which flies to and from New York to Dubai, economy class guests each receive in-seat plugs, Wi-Fi, mobile phone, and data roaming service, plus the ice inflight entertainment with must-see videos, TV Live, onboard cameras, and special meals and toys for younger fliers.

“Emirates exudes luxury,” says Marie Reese, a product manager for Flight Centre Travel Group who flew Emirates from New York to Dubai and then onto Bangkok. “The legroom is outstanding, even in economy, and the flight attendants served us New York-style food, which was such a nice surprise since other airlines usually serve exotic food to American fliers.”


In Business Class, travelers receive flat-bed seats, a side table for space to work or relax, and the Onboard Board lounge with premium spirits, exclusive wines, champagne, cocktails, and beers. You’ll also get exclusive service on the ground like a chauffeur to take you to and from the airport in 70 cities, exclusive lounges, and Bvlgari amenity kits. But travelers will find the epitome of luxury in First Class with your own private suite. This suite comes with personal mini-bar, private cinema, ambient lighting, a fully flat bed with mattress, gourmet meals with complimentary cocktails, and even the onboard Shower Spa! Plus, First Class passengers receive all the same luxurious benefits as Business Class travelers.  

Stars onboard the Emirates A380 First Class cabin after sunset. // by Imad @caludgero

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Emirates currently operates 35 A380 aircraft, serving more than 35 destinations, including New York, London Heathrow, Beijing, Manchester, Shanghai, Toronto, Los Angeles, and more. Plus, Emirates built a hub at Dubai International Airport exclusively for A380s with 11 floors, lounges for First Class and Business Class passengers, a full-service Timeless Spa, 14 restaurants, three food courts with bars, and more than 700 Emirates staff members to meet your needs.

“The hub was a relaxing reprieve between flights,” says Marie. “Beautiful and spacious, great to wander while stretching your legs. From take-off at your home airport to landing at your destination, you can’t get an overall better experience than flying Emirates.”


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