|Top route||Karachi Quaid-E-Azam Intl to Dubai Intl|
|Top airport||Dubai Intl|
It was good trip👍
seats in business class not confortable although staff are very cooprative and friendly with passengers .
All well everything was good trained staff
Staff well trained everything was done in a professional manner food quality needs little bit better
Seat is not as wide as it was before corona . Some of screen to are not functioning . Request variety food rather than many type of alcohols .
Didn't get my breakfast
Didn't get my breakfast
Malfunctioning plane made us late…annoying
Food was bed it was Hindu meat and I am vegetarian called earlier to changed to vegetarian food but only changed whole going back to india and coming back give me Hindi food and it was meat so can’t eat, asked crew to give me some fruit or vegetarian food but no one came to help me out brought sand food again Hindu meal and I told her I am vegetarian stayed hungry since I don’t like only bread either with out subji. Also charged me extra at the airport I can’t take a Bavk pack with out lap top and charged ne for that almost $100, that’s not right. Please give me refund my $100. Thanks
One thing I noticed was that food options wise most people opted for vegetarian option and that caused some shortage of veg meal. In my opinion if there is bitter paneer as the veg option then there should be butter chkn as the non veg option. Not a completely different cuisine. AlsoThe staff was more courteous on the way to dubai from chicago than from Chicago to Dubai.
The crew was doing the job, was helpful. But felt it was a bit more curt and rough on edges. May be it’s the communication.
Liked the flight both ways. The return flight Crew (DUBai to NY) could be bit more friendlier/courteous, May be it’s just the way they communicate.
All is good 👍
The crews are not friendly and not attentive. I was waiting for toilet for a sometime and the crews were distributing food. They passed me as I waited for the toilet and asked me if I want a pizza and a drink of my choice. I said yes, pizza and a water please and I am seated at Seat 17G. The crew noted and said will give me a pizza later at the seat but at the same time she passed me a glass of water as I still waited outside for toilet. My seats are not near to toilet and the air stewardess expected me to hold the glass of water while waiting for my turn outside of toilet clearly demonstrates a lack of common sense. I also indicated that I wanted the drink to be at the seat but she hurried away with the tray. My flight at Emirates was booked by KLM due to flight delay from Zurich to Amsterdam. In my original flight with KLM, I had clearly indicated and chosen vegetarian diet but such option was absent in the Emirates flight. There was a crying baby throughout the entire flight seated at the row of 17 at flight from Dubai to KL. The cabin crews did not do anything or try to control the situation with the crying baby which was already bad with parents who did not control the baby. We heard so many good reviews about Emirates and was excited to experience Emirates for the first time but it turned out to be a bad experience.
The fly dubai associated flight was a bit tricky the plane was uncomfortable and I was assigned a seat next to loo.
Better quality control of food - one of the baby tomatoes served in salad had a hole made by an insect. Showed it to staff and they offered a replacement. But they need to make sure it doesn't happen again with other passengers.
They ran out of non veg dinner..which wasn't really bad considering all that could go wrong.
It’s not what I expect core two out of five
A bigger plane would’ve been perfect 787 or A380 but 777 is tight
I got delayed, wasn't told about the Iftar time and the entertainment hub wasn't working even I tri3d scanning the QR code multiple times
Food was very delicious
It was great
The entertainment selection was great, boarding process was smooth. However, the staff were so rude, my tray table was broken so had drinks split on me. I had a child coughing on me and kicking me in her sleep. The person in front of me put his seat down so far that my knees were against the seat (I’m only 5’9). The person behind me used her tray table to sleep so I couldn’t put my seat back. She woke up for breakfast, by which point I wanted sleep so I put my seat back and she complained about it so I had to put the seat upright again!
Food was cater to one nationality staff did what they could but could not help family with controlling there kids dreaming on flight was the worst time on Emirates flight in 15 years dont know if will fly again with this airlines
Everything was good
Rude crew member.
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