Retreats & Hideaways
EMIRATES wins the World's Best Airline Inflight Entertainment Award at the World Airline Awards
Emirates was named winner of the World's Best Airline Inflight Entertainment award at the 2011 World Airline Awards, in a ceremony held in the French Air and Space Museum at the Paris Air Show.
Emirates' network currently encompasses 122 cities globally, with 22 destinations in Africa, 17 in the Middle East and 18 in the Far East and Australasia. The airline also operates over 200 flights each week to the Indian Subcontinent and Pakistan. Emirates' flights to Dubai offer quick and convenient connections to an extensive range of destinations, with Bangkok, Delhi, Manila, Johannesburg, Dar Es Salaam, Nairobi, Mumbai and Bangalore all connecting in less than four hours
Non-stop daily flights starting September 12th
Emirates will operate the American manufactured Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft on its Washington, DC route, providing eight private suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat beds in Business Class and 304 seats in Coach.
"As Emirates' seventh U.S. gateway and our third new American route to launch in 2012, Washington, DC is a significant next step as we continue to expand our services across the country," said His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline & Group. "From opening new gateways and creating thousands of American jobs through our aircraft orders; boosting trade and creating U.S. export-related jobs by bridging America with key markets across the world; to enhancing the services our customers enjoy in the air and on the ground through continuously upgrading our product, services and fleet, Emirates is a committed supporter of US industry."
Emirates enters a new partnership with WestJet that offers travelers seamless connections to cities across the globe via Toronto (YYZ).
Fly WestJet to Toronto
In Toronto, WestJet operates from Terminal 3 and Emirates departs from Terminal 1. Passengers can connect quickly and easily via a two minute airport train transfer system that runs regularly between the two terminals.
The new partnership allows travelers to receive boarding passes at their first point of check in, and two free checked bags through to their final Emirates destination.
Connect on Emirates to the world
Emirates currently serves 101 cities around the globe with a young and technologically advanced fleet of wide-body aircraft that are equipped with industry-leading comforts in the air. Additionally, Emirates has purchased 60 new wide-bodied aircraft to support the expansion of its international route network. Operations on Emirates from New York, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco connect America to the world through the airline's route network with extensive connections to the Far East, Australia and Africa. For more information, visit www.emirates.com/usa.
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Founded in 1985, Emirates Airline is the national carrier of the emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is based at Dubai International Airport. The world's largest airline as measured by international passengers carried, Emirates is among the fastest-growing airlines in the world, pursuing an aggressive expansion strategy across all continents. The airline operates a large fleet of all-widebody Boeing and Airbus aircraft and is the largest customer for the Airbus A380. Emirates provides an extensive network of services within the Middle East as well as to Africa, East Asia, South Asia, Australasia, North America, Europe and South America. Emirates SkyCargo is the air freight division of Emirates serving 20 destinations in 15 countries. By Capa Aviation.