Emirates is an airline from the United Arab Emirates, which is one of the largest and most popular companies in the world. Emirates was founded in 1985 as part of the country’s tourism development program. The airline’s aircrafts operate flights to more than 150 cities around the world. A distinctive feature of the company is that it uses only Airbus and Boeing for passenger transportation.
The company is part of several large alliances, thanks to which it has codeshare agreements with many airlines. For example, this list includes Korean Air, Copa Airlines, Japan Airlines, WestJet, JetBlue.
The Emirates fleet consists of 300 planes. The most popular model is the Boeing 777-300ER (131 planes). Emirates is the largest operator of this aircraft in the world.
Some airline destinations: Baku, Melbourne, Toronto, Brussels, Vienna, Sydney, Athens, Budapest, Tel Aviv, Bologna, Osaka, Milan.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
Flights operated independently by this airline arrive at terminal 4. Codeshare flights arrive at terminal 5. Codeshare flights are a flights operated jointly by two airlines. Some Emirates partners have been mentioned above.
In this case, the terminals are the same as in the section above. Please note that the terminal may change depending on the flight. Therefore, we recommend that you seek up-to-date information before your trip.
Check-in is carried out in the terminal from where the flight departs. Requirements may change. In this case, detailed instructions will be indicated on your ticket.