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I tested out Emirates’ first class suites, and it was clear why they were voted the best in the world — especially if you hate other peopl...
The suites were voted the best first class in the world in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for airlines this year.
I’ve taken more than 30 flights over the past year as I’ve traveled the world, and one airline has the best entertainment system, the frie...
I've taken more than 30 flights after a year of traveling for work. Emirates stands out as, by far, the best airline for service and timeliness.
The best part of my 14-hour, $5,400 Emirates business-class flight was a perk I originally thought was a gimmick
While there were a lot of perks that blew me away, Emirates' in-flight cocktail bar on the Airbus A380 was a game-changer.
Airbus is scrapping production of its iconic A380 superjumbo as airlines ditch the biggest commercial jet in history
It comes after Emirates reduced its order of A380s. Airbus said it had "no substantial A380 backlog and hence no basis to sustain production."
Passengers onboard an Emirates flight helped a man propose to his flight-attendant girlfriend, and the result was incredibly romantic
A man proposed to his flight-attendant girlfriend while she was working onboard an Emirates flight, and all the passengers were involved.
Australia's Qantas was named the safest airline in the world by the editors of AirlineRatings.com. Twenty other airlines also made the list.
An off-duty pilot who attacked an Emirates flight attendant and drunkenly threatened to blow up the plane is headed to jail for a year
The off-duty pilot will spend one year in jail after attacking an Emirates flight attendant and threatening to blow up the plane.
Dubai is getting the world’s largest vertical farm — and it will grow produce for the world’s largest international airport
Crop One, a Silicon Valley food startup, and Emirates Flight Catering, one of the world's largest airline catering operators, are building an indoor farm that will produce three tons of greens daily. The crops will be used for in-flight meals for 105 airlines at Dubai International Airport.
Emirates has shyed away from buying equity stakes in other airlines. Emirates Airline president Sir Tim Clark doesn't believe the investment of time and money is worth the returns.