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ECONOMY CLASS

Does Emirates provide complimentary food?

Emirates offers free meals in Economy class, they are some of the most generous inflight meals amongst airlines served with fresh fruits or a salad, cheese and crackers, and dessert.

Your flight time will determine what’s served:

SHORT: Short flights typically include light bites such as sandwiches or wraps, along with a range of complimentary beverages.

MEDIUM: Medium-length flights offer a more substantial inflight meal service with a choice of two hot main dishes, along with complimentary drinks.

LONG: Long-haul flights feature two hot meal services, each offering a choice of two main meal options. There is also a light bites service provided between the main meals.

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Does Emirates serve free drinks in Economy class?

Yes, Emirates provides a range of complimentary beverages in Economy class, including soft drinks, tea, coffee, beer, wine, and spirits. You can opt to pay for a premium option like Moët & Chandon Brut 200ml, which is available for USD 20.00.

Spirits may include:

Amarula Fruit Cream | Bacardi Carta Blanca | Dewar’s ‘White Label’ | Cointreau | Hennessy VS | Hakkaisan Seishu (Japan routes) | Russian Standard Original Vodka | Beefeater Gin | Jack Daniel’s.

PREMIUM ECONOMY

Emirates’ Premium Economy Class offers passengers an upgraded inflight experience featuring high-quality multicourse meals presented on elegant Royal Doulton china tableware.

As you step onboard, you’ll receive a warm welcome with a selection of pre-departure beverages, including juices and water. What sets Premium Economy apart is its extended wine list, which includes options from the Business Class selection, and a sparkling Chandon.

One noteworthy aspect of Premium Economy dining on Emirates is that it closely resembles the quality and presentation you’d typically associate with Business Class rather than traditional Premium Economy.

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SPECIAL MEALS

Does Emirates provide special meals?

Yes, Emirates provides 13 different special meals to cater to diverse dietary needs and cultural preferences.

Please note that special meal orders are not available on flights lasting less than two hours, and it is advisable to make your selection at least 24 hours before departure. If you’re traveling with a child or infant, there’s no need to request a special meal, as the airline’s system will automatically provide one for them.

Does Emirates provide baby meals?

Yes, Emirates provides Ella’s Kitchen baby meals which are all organic. The crew onboard your flight will also assist in warming bottles, and they can even provide formulas and baby bottles on some flights.

Are Emirates meals Halal?

Yes, all food served on Emirates is Halal certified.

Please note that special meal orders are not available on flights lasting less than two hours, and it is advisable to make your selection at least 24 hours before departure. If you’re traveling with a child or infant, there’s no need to request a special meal, as the airline’s system will automatically provide one for them.

Indian Vegetarian Meal (AVML): Aromatic and spicy, suitable for vegetarians, without meat, fish, or eggs.

Non-Vegetarian Hindu Meal (HNML): Prepared in Indian culinary style, includes lamb, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, and cereals, excluding veal, beef, or raw/smoked fish.

Vegetarian Jain Meal (VJML): For Jain community members, featuring fruits, vegetables, tofu, pulses, cereals, and rice, without animal products, seafood, eggs, or certain root vegetables.

Kosher Meal (KSML): Compliant with Jewish dietary requirements, excluding pork, pork by-products, and alcohol.

Bland Meal (BLML): Suitable for passengers with gastric discomfort, includes low-fat, non-spicy, easily digestible foods.

Diabetic Meal (DBML): Low-sugar option for passengers with diabetes or requiring a low-sugar diet.

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Gluten-Friendly Meal (GFML): Gluten-free meal for those with gluten sensitivity, prepared without gluten-containing ingredients.

Low Fat Meal (LFML): Designed for a low-fat diet, includes lean meats, skinless poultry, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy.

Low Salt Meal (LSML): Suitable for low-sodium diets, excludes salty, smoked, or cured foods and salted condiments.

Low-Lactose Meal (NLML): For lactose-restricted passengers, includes meat, poultry, fish, soy products, milk alternatives, and lactose-free coffee creamers.

Vegan Meal (VGML): Western-style vegan-vegetarian meal with no animal products or by-products.

Child Meal (CHML): Designed for children aged 2 to 12, offering child-friendly items.

Baby Meal (BBML): Provided for infants under 2, includes strained food but not solid food, highly seasoned food, wheat, eggs, fish, or seafood.

BUSINESS CLASS

Business Class meals on Emirates are presented on Royal Doulton fine bone china with Robert Welch cutlery. Passengers on medium-haul flights should expect two meal services, a light bites menu offering an appetiser as well as three hot snack options and dessert, and a main meal service offering continental, full breakfast and express option. 

It’s possible to pre-order your business class meal from 14 days up to 24 hours before departure. This service is available from:

Bologna, Brussels, Dublin, Hamburg, Istanbul, London, Madrid, Mauritius, Moscow, Prague, Rome, Seychelles, St. Petersburg, Venice, Vienna and Warsaw.

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Beverages

Infight beverages on Emirates include:

Orange, Pineapple, Apple, Mango & Tomato Juice.

Coke, Diet Coke, Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Soda Water, Tonic and Sparkling Water.

Cocktails – Bloody Mary, Classic Champagne Cocktail, Aperol Spritz, Kir Royale, Cosmopolitan, Manhattan, Martini, Espresso Martini, Mojito, Old Fashioned, Negroni.

Spirits: Amarula Fruit Cream, Bacardi Ocho, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Belvedere, Campari, Chivas Regal 18 Years, Cointreau, Creme de cassis de Kuyper, Drambuie, Hennessy XO, Jameson, Martini Extra Dry, Martini Rosso, Nanbu Bikin Tokubetsu Junmai (Japan routes only) Sipsmith, Jura Superstition, Tia Maria and Woodford Reserve.

Beer – Heineken, Stella, Tiger or Leffe Blond.

 

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