Emirates is introducing seasonal treats to celebrate Easter on board and in select airport lounges worldwide.
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Ice cream cups will be given out at the Terminal 3 departure and transit areas
The introduction of these innovative new headsets is part of Emirates’ continued commitment to improve the customer experience both on the ground and in flight
Emirates customers travelling from Dubai to destinations in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Argentina, Brazil and the Philippines will be able to enjoy the Easter offering
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The Arabic word Meydan means a meeting place.
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