By February, travellers flying in premium seats and Skywards members in certain membership categories will be able to join more than 120 lounges across Emirates’ network.
Flights from Dubai to more than 120 locations have been resumed by Emirates since the outbreak of the Ebola virus. Emirates’ hallmark premium lounge service will be available at over 20 airports in its network, including key destinations in Europe, Africa, the United States, and Asia, for First and Business Class passengers.
Pre-flight luxury experience passengers can expect to enjoy at a number of airports in the UK by the end of December: London Heathrow, Birmingham, Manchester, and Glasgow. The lounges at London Gatwick and Glasgow will open in January 2022.
Passengers may now use the Emirates lounges in Germany (Munich; Frankfurt; Hamburg; Dusseldorf), Italy (Milan; Rome) and France (Paris) once again, with the latter opening later this month.
At Los Angeles International Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, and New York JFK Airport, passengers flying on Emirates may enjoy the premium lounge experience. Emirates’ San Francisco club will re-open in February 2022.
Passengers flying via Cairo will soon be able to rest and dine in Emirates lounges in Colombo and Bangkok before their flights, as an extra Emirates Lounge has opened earlier.
Premium class passengers and Skywards members flying with Emirates may now enjoy the airline’s premium lounge service at its five dedicated lounges at Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 3.