We’re serving seasonal dishes, snacks and desserts in our First Class and Business Class lounges in Dubai.
Relax between iftar and suhoor while you savour a rich lamb ouzi, chicken kabsa or Arabic mixed grill with tahina sauce. Or indulge in a delicious um ali served with pistachio ice cream. You can also try our Arabic coffee and dates ice cream and baklawa ice cream all day long.
If you’re fasting for Ramadan, and iftar falls during departure or on your flight, we’re offering special services to help you break your fast.
At the boarding gate, we’ll give you one of our Ramadan boxes packed with water, dates, juice and a banana. On board, the dietary meal box contains a sandwich, salad, pastry and sweets with water and Laban for you to enjoy inflight or take with you when you land.
This year’s Ramadan meal boxes feature intricate geometrical patterns and forms inspired by Sadu, the traditional Bedouin art of weaving.
Creating blankets, tents, camel saddles and other practical items for their community, Sadu weavers would gather in small groups and help each other in the weaving process. And as they weave, they share news about their families, sing and even recite poetry together.
The design of our meal boxes reflect this spirit of togetherness and generosity, in keeping with the spirit of the holy month.
While you relax on your journey, you can choose our special Ramadan selection on ice inflight entertainment with specific religious programmes throughout the holy month.
Watch episodes of Rehlet Hayat, Qawafel Al Samaa, Hom Al Omr, Fatawa and Al Ayyam Al Khaliya. Or check out content in Urdu and Hindi, including Ramadan Mah e Rehmat, Mahe Ramadan, Ramzan Mehfil-E-Zikr and Niyamat E Ramadan.
Impress the family with your culinary skills this Ramadan and recreate a tasty Emirates dish. You can find our recipes here on emirates.com or watch our chefs in action on the Emirates Food Channel on your inflight entertainment. If you’re breaking the fast, taking suhoor, or cooking for iftar, why not try our chefs’ recipes for nourishing Arabic soup, spicy prawn machbous, or creamy lamb biryani?
Immerse yourself in the traditions and history of Ramadan around the world.
Learn about the purifying bathing rituals of Indonesia, the parades of drummers in Morocco and Türkiye, or the colourful lanterns in Egypt. Now is the perfect time to realise how much our different cultures really have in common.