Flying long-haul can sometimes be a chore, but travelling with Emirates never is. First-class service is delivered from the check-in desk right through to when you pick your bags up off the carousel, no matter what cabin class you’re flying in. There’s great food on-board, fantastic entertainment and generous legroom, and that’s before you even consider the business and first class cabin options, which deliver mile-high luxury. Here’s three reasons why you should fly with Emirates in 2020…
1. The food is delicious
You probably didn’t think you could have flavoursome food several thousand feet in the air but with Emirates, you can. From economy through to first class, you’ll enjoy a tasty multi-course menu. Each dish is inspired by where you’re heading, so your palate will be whisked away to your destination a little earlier. Flying to New York around Thanksgiving? You might get a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Or, if you’re visiting Singapore, you might may be greeted with a delicious dish of noodles. Emirates’ food offering means you can start your adventure earlier.
2. You can travel to the airport in style
If you’re flying in a business or first class cabin, Emirates is one of the few airlines that offers a complimentary chauffeur service from your door to the airport (within 50 miles, if you’re flying from a London airport). It means you can kick back and relax in style as you head off to catch your flight. Depending on the city you’re visiting, you can have a chauffeur waiting for you when you land and when you return, your own Emirates driver will ensure you head home in comfort – you can even catch up on some sleep!
3. There’s an in-flight bar
Need we say more? The Emirates cocktail bar, available for all business and first class passengers, is fully tended throughout the flight and has an impressive menu of spirits. There’s no less than 18 cocktails to choose from and the bar is a great place to relax in away from your seat, whether you want to stretch your legs or enjoy a tipple or two in front of the large TV.