Get­ting there

Emirates Woman - - #mayfair -

Emi­rates op­er­ates 43 weekly non-stop flights be­tween Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port and Lon­don Heathrow and four daily flights from Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port to Lon­don Gatwick. Busi­ness and First class pas­sen­gers can also en­joy Emi­rates’ com­pli­men­tary chauf­fer ser­vice to and from the air­port and ac­cess to Emi­rates pri­vate lounges where you can en­joy an ar­ray of culi­nary de­lights and drinks be­fore take-off.

Whether you’re trav­el­ling Econ­omy, Busi­ness or First class, sit back and re­lax dur­ing your flight with Emi­rates’ award­win­ning ICE en­ter­tain­ment. Pick be­tween thou­sands of films, doc­u­men­taries, pod­casts, ra­dio chan­nels and games. I, To­nia, #MeToo, Now What? from PBS and pod­cast, Note to Self are just a few of our favourites.

Not ev­ery air­line is as gen­er­ous as Emi­rates with its bag­gage al­lowance, with Econ­omy start­ing from 30 kg, it’ s an ex­cuse to pack those ex­tra pair of shoes (that you def­i­nitely won’ t end up wear­ing ).

Each flight of­fers a re­gion­ally in­spired menu with fresh in­gre­di­ents, kick­ing off your hol­i­day as soon as you’re in the sky with a taster of the culi­nary de­lights to come from Lon­don.

Busi­ness and First class pas­sen­gers can also en­joy the bar on­board the A380 planes. Head to the back of the cabin and grab a glass of bubbly while min­gling with fel­low pas­sen­gers.

Feel­ing tired? Stretch out and get com­fort­able in your First class bed, or lay your seat flat in Busi­ness class and take a wel­learned nap.

Need a fresh en up? First class pas­sen­ger son board the A 380 can take a mid­flights how er be­fore land­ing( now we know why all the su­per­mod­els look so fresh straight off a plane ).

In ad­di­tion to all of Emi­rates of­fer­ings, free Wifi is also avail­able for all pas­sen­gers. Hello To­mor­row, in­deed!

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