Have a taste of Emirati hospitality on the first day of Eid with a date and coconut treat to greet you on board flights from Dubai. And until 12 July, you can expect traditional favourites such as our succulent chicken biryani or lamb gabuli in all cabin classes. In Business Class, you can also enjoy a delicious hamour machbous for your hot meal. And for dessert, try our baklava cheese cake and cardamom cake in First Class and Business Class. While a rich aseeda and date cake cap off meals in Economy Class.
Share the joy at our A380 Onboard lounge with our selection of Emirati pastries and sweets best paired with our onboard collection of beverages.
Visit famous attractions, from the world's tallest building and the biggest mall, to heritage sites that showcase the culture and traditions of our home city. There's also a wide selection of cuisines from around the world for you to enjoy.
And during the Eid holiday, go ahead and explore every corner of the emirate - you’re sure to find exciting sights and activities wherever you go.
Catch up on your favourite Shahid and MBC shows when you fly with us. You can look forward to favourites from the MBC Group’s steaming service - only available by subscription online, and now for the first time, exclusively on Emirates.
Eid al-Adha, or ‘feast of the sacrifice’, is a celebration of faith. Families worldwide gather together to exchange gifts and sweets. It is also a time of community, where people share their blessings with the less fortunate in the spirit of generosity.
Join the festivities by wearing your finest outfits throughout the three-day holiday and wish everyone ‘Eid Mubarak’ (have a blessed Eid) or ‘Eid Saeed’ (may you have a happy Eid).
Products and services may vary on actual flights depending on routes, aircraft configuration and seasonality. Operational requirements may also cause last-minute changes to the aircraft used on scheduled flights.