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Enjoy a festive feast

Have a taste of Emirati hospitality in Economy Class with spicy lamb or chicken machbous, and cap off your meal with date cake. Savour succulent lamb or chicken stewed in spices and served on a bed of fragrant rice on your First Class or Business Class flight from Dubai this Eid. And for dessert, try our traditional Arabic sweet cake, a date and almond nammoura topped with a special chocolate button. In First Class, you can also tuck into a rich chocolate fondant paired with a creamy labneh ice cream.

On your way back to Dubai, you can feast on a traditional Arabic meal with a green salad to start and fresh king fish as your entrée. Khabees completes your meal, with Arabic coffee sauce and pistachio cream offering a delicate balance to the honey and spices of this classic dessert.

  • Mark the occasion with sweet treats

    The celebration in First Class and Business Class won’t be complete without a sweet gift from us. Find the delicious caramel and hazelnut Billionaires short bread along with a luscious chocolate and hazelnut gianduja in a special box decorated with a festive greeting.

  • Share the joy at our Onboard Lounge

    Gather around a special date cake and traditional Arabic pastries at our A380 Onboard Lounge. Choose from our wide selection of fine beverages or enjoy your treats with Arabic coffee.

Learn more about Eid al-Adha

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).

Celebrate Eid al-Adha around the world

Take a cruise down the Nile River in Egypt. Exchange delightful treats in Turkey. Shop for colourful bangles in India or enjoy a delicious home-cooked feast in Malaysia. Celebrate Eid at our popular destinations in Asia and the Middle East.

Join the festivities in Dubai

You’re in for a treat if you’re visiting Dubai during the four-day break for Eid. The emirate is bursting with excitement, and you can expect festive feasts, fireworks, family activities and live entertainment throughout your stay.

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