Category Archives for Emirates.

Emirates Does the Mannequin Challenge with the A380

The mannequin challenge, a viral video that started some time in October, is becoming an internet sensation. The videos usually consist of a group of people frozen in action, like mannequins, with the camera panning around everybody. Many airlines are participating in the Mannequin Challenge, and Emirates is the latest one to do so. But instead of involving…

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Emirates is Codesharing a Bus Service Between Seattle and Vancouver?!

Vancouver is one of the major North American gateways that Emirates Airlines does not offer direct flights to/from Dubai. As a result, passengers originating from or completing their journeys in Vancouver rely mostly on connecting services. According to RoutesOnline, Emirates appears to now be codesharing with Quick Shuttle for bus services between Vancouver and Seattle.…

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Lounge Review: Emirates First Class Lounge Dubai Concourse A

Emirates First Class Lounge Dubai Concourse A - Seating

Before my Emirates First Class flight form Dubai to Singapore, I checked out the Emirates First Class Lounge in Dubai (DXB), Concourse A. This is the concourse in Terminal 3 where many A380 flights leave from, though it’s not exclusively used for A380s. Emirates also operates lounges in Concourses B and C. This trip report/review…

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Using Chase Ultimate Rewards Points for Emirates First and Business Class…Is It Worth It?

Emirates A380 Onboard Bar

With Alaska’s devaluation, we lost a good way to redeem miles for Emirates First Class with miles and points—at least, miles and points that you can buy outright. However, Chase Ultimate Rewards still offers two key options for those who want to use points to fly Emirates. Emirates offers an amazing First Class product on their A380s,…

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How to Book Emirates First Class with Japan Airlines (JAL) Miles

Emirates First Class A380 Cabin

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