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Emirates Flight FAQs

Is there Wi-Fi on Emirates flights?
Yes, Emirates has Wi-Fi. We know you can’t stand to be disconnected for long, and on Emirates, you don’t have to be. Log in on your browser for 20MB or two hours of free Wi-Fi, so you can check your email—or play the latest games. Not done with your work? You can purchase more data on board. Bonus: Skywards members get extra Wi-Fi rewards. 

Which alliance is Emirates part of?
Emirates is one of several airlines that isn’t part of any alliance. They do partner with many airlines so you can earn and redeem Skywards Miles. Take a flight on Jetstar, Qantas, easyJet, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and more, and you can earn miles and take advantage of special offers.

Do they serve alcohol on Emirates?
Emirates does serve alcohol onboard. You can kick back with a glass of fine wine, or try one of the cocktails. They’ll be perfectly paired with the on-board dining options, created by expert chefs. You can check what’s being served on your flight up to one month before you depart, by going to the Emirates website.

Where does Emirates fly in Australia?
Emirates covers nearly every major Australian city, with flights to and from Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. You can get from Australia to tons of destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and even all the way to North American destinations like New York, Chicago, or Toronto. You can also fly closer to home and visit places like Singapore and Bangkok. 

Does Emirates business class have showers?
No, only first-class passengers on A380 planes have access to the showers. Business class on the A380 does include a fully reclining seat, a lounge for working and mingling, and luxurious Bvlgari amenity kits. Boeing 777 business class includes super comfy seats, widescreen TVs, and personal minibars. You’ll have to upgrade to first class on the A380 to take advantage of the legendary in-flight shower spa