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Emirates Airlines is preparing for a summer season that will witness the highest increase in travel demand after recovering from the effects of the pandemic. According to booking numbers, the number of passengers from the UAE is expected to exceed 550,000 between June and July. The carrier, which operates more than 2,400 flights a week, continues to add flights where possible to improve its summer schedule, as it is currently operating at about 80% of its capacity before the pandemic and offers more this summer. than a million places. per week to complete the application.
Booking volumes are increasing every day with the summer holidays approaching and Emirates is urging customers who have not yet planned their holidays and trips to continue and book now to make sure they can travel on dates and flights. their favorite.
Top Emirates destinations for travelers from the UAE this summer, six airline ports in the UK, Cairo and Amman, and nine Indian cities, Manila and Beirut to visit family and friends. Tourist travel from the country will also reach a historic high, with the opening of more places and the lifting of restrictions on tourist entry. Large numbers of travelers, especially families and couples, will flock to Bangkok, Istanbul, Vienna, Zurich, Nice, Phuket, Singapore, Oslo, Kuala Lumpur, Brisbane and the West Coast of the United States for long summer vacations.
Emirates is working to provide a superior onboard experience and a smooth ground flight given that many clients have not traveled for nearly two years.
Emirates passengers can use the biometric route to move through Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport without contact, starting from selected check-in counters, going through passport procedures, Emirates private lounges and even boarding gates. The carrier also offers other technological services at the airport, including self-service counters and baggage delivery for a more relaxed and non-contact airport experience. Emirates passengers can also reduce their waiting time through 25 mobile counters to complete procedures, where they can pick up boarding passes, weigh and label their bags and get answers to any questions from staff. Customers residing in Ajman and the Northern Emirates can also queue at Dubai Airport and benefit from the 24-hour check-in service in Ajman. Emirates Airlines offers its customers in Abu Dhabi private buses, which operate five times a day, to transfer to Dubai International Airport.
Emirates offers first-class clients in Dubai and Sharjah a free in-house or hotel check-in service, where they can request the service at pre-booked appointments to complete all procedures, including document verification, baggage check and issuance of boarding pass. There is a dedicated airport counter for any luggage that can be added later.
Passengers on board, in all classes, can enjoy region-inspired dishes, a variety of drinks and other amenities. Emirates’s in-flight entertainment pricing system offers more than 5,000 channels, with content in 40 languages to suit different tastes and preferences, including 4,000 hours of the latest movies and TV shows, and nearly 3,500 hours of music and podcasts. Over the summer, Emirates operates in 35 destinations with A380 aircraft and customers can look forward to the outstanding experience on these giant two-story aircraft, including the first passenger and business lounge, the first passenger shower and other awards. -winning experience in all classes.
From 1 August, Emirates passengers from Dubai to London, Paris and Sydney will be able to enjoy the full premium economy class experience, including private airport check-in counters and luxury in-flight seats that offer unmatched comfort with a distance of up to 40 inches, durable soft blankets and travel comfort kits, premium food and beverage services and more.
Upon returning from their vacation abroad, customers can continue their unique summer experiences in Dubai using My Emirates Pass. From May 1 to September 30, 2022, travelers can enjoy exclusive offers in more than 500 countries, including restaurants, major retailers, spas and exclusive attractions throughout the city, showing off their Emirates boarding pass .
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