UAE’s flag carrier, Emirates Airlines has been awarded Best First Class in the world at the 2020 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice awards for Airlines.
The airline also clinched several other awards including Best Regional Business Class Middle East, Best First Class Middle East and nabbed the overall c honour for the Middle East.
TripAdvisor has awarded the world’s top carriers based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings for airlines by TripAdvisor flyers, gathered over a 12-month period.
Emirates’ First Class experience has defined premium travel introducing product innovations like private suites, the in-flight Shower Spa, the Onboard Lounge and many other industry firsts. While service has been temporarily modified with the gradual re-opening of borders over summer, travelling First Class on Emirates remains a luxurious affair.
Since July 1, Emirates’ premium customers have once again been enjoying the airline’s signature Chauffeur Drive service (CDS) and airport lounge at its Dubai hub. On board, customers continue to enjoy privacy in Emirates’ First Class Suites with the assurance of the highest levels of hygiene. Customers in First Class can dine on demand and order a la carte multi-course meals created by a team of international chefs.
Across all cabin classes, customers enjoy award winning levels of comfort and care when travelling with Emirates, from the warm hospitality of its multinational cabin crew, to having access to an expansive entertainment catalogue of over 4,500 of on demand channels.
Emirates has also resumed Wi-Fi services on board with complimentary unlimited messaging in First and Business Class for Skywards members and for Skywards Gold members in Economy. Platinum members can enjoy free Wi-Fi in every travel class throughout the flight.
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