United and Emirates announced a commercial agreement that will enhance each airline’s network and give their customers easier access to hundreds of destinations.
Emirates will launch a four-times weekly service between Florida’s second-largest city, Miami, and Dubai, beginning July 22, 2021. That expands its U.S. network to 12 destinations.
If you book an Emirates flight starting today, you will not earn Alaska Airlines miles for flights on August 1st or beyond. Passengers will continue to earn miles on flights booked for travel through July 31st.
Emirates want to give customers peace of mind when it comes to flying during the COVID-19 pandemic. The airline is offering to cover medical expenses, quarantine costs and will even cover up to $1,750 for your funeral.
Emirates has sent out emails today announcing massive reductions in fuel surcharges. Effective May 21, 2020, the surcharge amounts will now be caluclated using a value by sector representing short medium and long haul sectors aligned to ARPCO zones
Starting May 21st, Emirates will fly again to London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney and Melbourne.
A Barclays Emirates Card is coming to the United States in 2020. We still don’t have any details though on what benefits or earning rates this new card will offer.