There are 20 FAQs for Online Booking: Details
Yes. Select the “Multiple destinations” radio button on the Make a Booking page if your trip will take you through two or more cities before you return to your city of departure. You can add more destinations by clicking on “Add a destination” at the bottom of the “Where and when” section.
You can also use this function to book a stopover: simply enter each leg of the journey separately. For example, to book a stopover in Dubai on your way from London to Sydney, enter “London” and “Dubai” in the first set of search fields, then “Dubai” and “Sydney” in the second set. Then click “Add a destination”, and enter “Sydney” and “London” in the final set of search fields.
You can also use this function to book a journey that begins in one city and ends in another after passing through one or more other cities in between.
All search results can be sorted by price, but if you find that the rates you are quoted on a particular search are too high, check flights on different days—sometimes there may be special weekend fares or minimum-stay conditions that can yield a lower fare.
You may also be able to find better fares or more desirable schedules for your journey if you are open to the possibility of departing from one airport and returning to another airport in the same area. This option is only available in cities such as London that have more than one international airport.
When you select ‘Search by Price’, you will see a list of flights for the dates you selected, arranged by fare. When booking return fares, you also have the option to ‘Search by Price (dates flexible)’, in which case you will see the best available fares for the dates you selected, as well as nearby dates.
When you select ‘Search by Schedule’, you may select each flight in your itinerary individually, to best suit your travel plans.
A promotional code is a seven-letter code which relates to a special offer. Entering this code at the beginning of the booking process allows you to view search results specifically related to the offer.
The code will be provided as part of the special offer communications. Codes can only be received from offer communications and can not be provided by Emirates independently.
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If your route will take you through another city before your destination and you’d like to spend some time there, you may book a stopover itinerary. Simply select the “Multiple destinations” radio button on the Make a Booking page.
To include a stopover in your itinerary, enter each leg of the journey separately. For example, to book a stopover in Dubai on your way from London to Sydney, enter “London” and “Dubai” in the first set of search fields, then “Dubai” and “Sydney” in the second set. Then click “Add a destination”, and enter “Sydney” and “London” in the final set of search fields.
When you are required to enter your billing information and credit card details during the payment process, you will see the link to the right of the screen called ‘See online payment rules’.
These rules apply for all bookings made on emirates.com:
In some countries, for security reasons, the holder of the credit card used to book a ticket or group of tickets must be one of the travellers on that itinerary, and will be required to show the credit card at the airport check-in counter prior to receiving boarding passes. In other countries, the card holder does not have to be one of the travellers. See our Online Booking Basics FAQs.
When booking travel originating from some specific countries, the credit card used to make the online payment for this booking will be verified at the time of check-in. If you are not able to produce the card used for payment of booking at the time of check-in, you will not be allowed to fly.
Please note that since Emirates is based in Dubai, UAE, it is possible that for your online transaction, your credit card issuing bank will charge a fee for usage of the card in a foreign country. For further information, please contact your credit card issuing bank.
Emirates will charge your credit card in the currency that is given on the booking confirmation. If you are are not using a credit card based in the country of departure of the ticket, your card issuer may apply charge a fee for transactions in a foreign currency, and also apply different exchange rates compared to those given by the Currency Converter on our site. Please check with your credit card issuer for any fees and their applicable exchange rates.
In most cases, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club and American Express can be used for payment. When departing from a few countries however, Diners and American Express may not be available. The "Card type" drop down menu will show the card types that you can use for that departure country. Other cards, such as Maestro, Discover, JCB and more, are not accepted at this time.
For payments by Visa card, depending on your card issuer, you may have to complete an extra level of security checks through the Verified by Visa scheme - a popup window will appear after you confirm purchase of your itinerary containing your banks logo, in which you must provide your Verified by Visa password. This is not the PIN used for ATM/Cash machines. If you are requested to enter this password, however you have not registered for the scheme, please contact your bank to register. If you are requested to enter this password and you choose to continue without entering it, or enter the incorrect password, your booking would not be successful.
For payments by MasterCard, depending on your card issuer, you may have to complete an extra level of security checks through the MasterCard SecureCode scheme - a popup window will appear after you confirm purchase of your itinerary containing your banks logo, in which you must provide your MasterCard SecureCode password. This is not the PIN used for ATM/Cash machines. If you are requested to enter this password, however you have not registered for the scheme, please contact your bank to register. If you are requested to enter this password and you choose to continue without entering it, or enter the incorrect password, your booking would not be successful.
If your credit card is issued in India, we only accept international Credit Cards.
Yes, you can select your class for each sector of your trip – so you can fly Business Class on your departing flight and Economy on your return, for example.
On the Make A Booking page, select your class for each leg in the “Where and when” section.
When searching by schedule, you can also select different travel classes in the flight search results.
You must ensure that the first name and surname of the passenger for whom you are making a reservation exactly match the passenger’s passport that will be used to travel. If the passenger’s name is about to change (due to marriage or other reason) please verify and enter the name as per the passport that will be used to travel. For a passenger with two family names, enter both names and omit the space or hyphen between them.
You are responsible for the accuracy of the personal data given to Emirates when booking online. If you are unsure how to enter the passenger name when booking online, please contact your local Emirates office before completing your booking. Tickets cannot be transferred to other passengers, and any error in name or spelling of the name will mean that the ticket will have to be cancelled (with the applicable cancellation charges) and a new one purchased in the correct name, subject to current fares and availability of flights.