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Have a taste of the festivities before you fly

Visit the Coffee Planet trolley at our lounges in Dubai and try two special blends for Eid: Cinnamon Flat White and Dates Latte. You can also enjoy Arabic coffee served with Mejdool dates.

If you’re flying with us from Singapore, Malaysia, Egypt or India during Eid, step into our lounges and indulge in traditional dishes and local delicacies.

Try new flavours

Indulge your sweet tooth with one of our new ice cream flavours this Eid. Taste either cinnamon baklava or Arabic coffee with dates on selected flights and in our lounges. You can also enjoy our popular vanilla ice cream in Business Class or First Class.

Find a special treat in your goodie basket

The seasonal favourite Dubai Crispy Rose by Lakrids is back on board. Bite into premium Belgian chocolate infused with rose and wrapped around a chewy liquorice centre. If you’re flying with us in First Class this Eid, you can find this Danish handcrafted treat in your goodie basket.
  • Buy last-minute gifts
    Gift-giving is an Eid tradition you don’t want to miss out on. Good thing you get a 20% discount for purchases of USD 200 or more from our onboard duty free collection from 27 May to 5 June 2019. Have your pick of fragrances, jewellery, beauty kits and more from top fashion houses, and make your loved ones smile.
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  • Bring home Emirates hospitality

    Get ready to welcome family and friends this Eid with these Arabic coffee cups designed exclusively for Emirates by Silsal. This set of six porcelain cups are decorated with ‘Al Emarat’ or ‘Emirates’ in Arabic calligraphy and come in gift boxes of six. Buy the limited edition sets at selected Emirates Official Stores in the UAE.

Experience Eid Al-Fitr around the world

Decorate your hands with henna in India. Join the homecoming in Indonesia. Feel welcomed in the open houses of Malaysia or see the explosion of colour in Singapore. Celebrate Eid at our popular destinations in Asia.

Celebrate Eid Al-Fitr in Dubai

Dubai comes alive during Eid with cultural shows and performances by popular artists. It’s also a good time for shopping, with malls offering discounts and even prizes to be won. If you’re visiting Dubai during the five-day Eid weekend, go ahead and explore every corner of the emirate - you’re sure to find exciting events and activities wherever you go.
Learn more about Eid al-Fitr

Meaning ‘festival of breaking the fast’, Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Wish everyone ‘Eid mubarak’ or a ‘blessed celebration’ and join in on the fun.

Although each region has a unique Eid tradition, three things are common everywhere it is celebrated: spending the holiday with family, enjoying delicious meals together and exchanging gifts and sweets.

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