Would you like your say on Emirates Airlines? If you would like to contribute, please write your own review & trip report. Reviews are contributors opinions alone, but as the editor I may cut comments violating the terms & conditions ).
Emirates Airlines: a four star airline
► International Business Class Seat not the best, some old style recliners. Food good, and with a walk up bar Lounges great at many locations.
► International Economy Class Seat is OK, and very narrow on the 777. Entertainment Ok, lots of choice, very US based Food & Drinks so-so food: not really the best. Free bar. Aircraft Boeing 777 to be avoided.
Great easy check in, and I managed to get my preferred seat, and the staff courteous and helpful. Lounge great in Sydney, good food, with access using my Qantas card. On boarding the cabin crew were amiable add the Seat pitch, padding and leg room are excellent. The recline, though, should have been better. You are served a menu, although you do not get to choose in Economy Class. Alcoholic beverages included. My request for an extra dessert was met with a smile. On way back from Vienna, I flew in the Boeing 777, where there was a narrow seat, but cleanliness, food quality and service qualities are similar to A380. The best part is the Emirates onboard entertainment services. The movie collection is massive and uptodate, the music collection is diverse, however some new onboard video games would be good. The display quality is decent. Navigability and discoverability of content is easy and smooth. In overall terms, Emirates provides one of the best flying experiences for Economy. The only thing that did not work at all is the onboard WiFi, which the staff claimed was not available only for the day.