Web check-in and verification
With Emirates, people can enjoy a smarter check-in experience. Passengers can check in online and save time at the airport. They can also choose their seat at no extra cost and then print the boarding pass or choose to receive a mobile boarding pass. Passengers can check in online between 48 hours and 90 minutes before their flight departs. They should ensure to reach the airport no later than 90 minutes before departure, go through security no later than 60 minutes before departure and 45 minutes before their flight.
For passengers boarding at airports in India, the size of the cabin bag is not to exceed total dimensions of 115 cm (length x breadth x height). Exemptions may be granted for oversized hand baggage containing valuable or fragile items that are too large to fit in the permitted bag size. Weight must not exceed 7 kg. Duty-free purchases of liquor, cigarettes, and perfume in reasonable quantities are also permitted in addition to the above. Rolling bags with built-in wheels and retractable handles are permitted as cabin baggage only if the total dimensions (length x breadth x height) add up to less than 114 cm. The larger, overnight models of this type of bag will not be permitted in the cabin. Regarding checked baggage, passengers can check as many pieces of baggage as they like, as long as the total weight is less than the maximum baggage allowance for their class of travel. However, each individual item must weigh less than 32 kg.
Passengers boarding Emirates flights from India can call on +91 916 700 3333 or +91 916 708 3333. This customer care service is available 24 hours from Monday to Sunday.
The flight schedule for Emirates flights can be checked at https://www.emirates.com/in/english/help/travel-updates.aspx, where passengers simply have to fill in the particulars for the places of departure and arrival.
Passport and Visa Information
Emirates asks passengers to check the required documents before flying. The visa, transit and entry requirements vary from country to country and can change with little or no notice. The resources listed on their website are intended as a guide, but passengers are requested to refer to the relevant embassies or consulates for all countries on their itinerary as well as their destination country for the most current information.
If you are flying with Emirates, you can choose from more than 3,500 channels of movies, TV shows, music, and games, on demand and in multiple languages. On ice Digital Widescreen, you can enjoy movies with audio description and closed captions for hearing or visually impaired guests. Passengers can also choose a seat based on their preferences, whether they enjoy being seated at the front or back of the plane or they would like extra legroom, a great view from the window seat, or easy access to get up and move around from an aisle seat.
All of Emirates’ A380s and most of the Boeing 777s have Wi-Fi and in-seat power, so passengers can stay connected when they fly. They can even make calls to people on the ground, thanks to the mobile phone and data roaming service.
Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircrafts and is one of the few airlines to operate an all-wide-body aircraft fleet (while excluding Emirates Executive.
As of November 2017, Emirates is the largest Airbus A380 operator with 103 aircraft in service and a further 42 on order. Since its introduction, the Airbus A380 has become an integral part of the Emirates fleet, especially on long-haul high-traffic routes. Emirates is also the world's largest Boeing 777 operator with 151 aircrafts in service.
Emirates has an extensive network across the major parts of the world. Emirates flies to Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, America and the Middle East countries. The flights to Asia and the Pacific mean passengers can immerse themselves in vibrant cultures and set their taste buds alight with cuisine from countries and territories across the region. The airline flies to destinations across the Indian subcontinent and the rest of Asia, all the way to Australia and New Zealand.