Emirates, the world’s largest Airbus A380 operator, has widened its impeccable service with more daily flights and connections and enhanced onboard experience. With Dubai as its network center, the largest airline in the Middle East ran 35,000 flights to 130 destinations this summer. 


Flying is always better when you have more travel choices. The company is continually increasing the number of flights and connections; in July alone it ran 7,038 departures from Dubai. Recently, the airline introduced its new Premium Economy class on selected flights to New York, San Francisco, Melbourne, Auckland, and Singapore. 

With two daily flights from Amsterdam to Dubai, Emirates offers a seamless connection to destinations such as Mauritius, Seychelles, Cape Town, Bali, Bangkok, Colombo, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. Passengers flying in the premium classes can also enjoy the experience a little longer in the Emirates’ lounges at various airports around the world. Don’t miss the one at Dubai Airport! 

Before you take your suitcase and take a flight to your next bucket-list destination, take a look at a recommended hotspots list curated by our very own Timotej Letonja: 

“As 2022 comes to an end, the prospect of traveling in the new year is getting closer and more exciting, giving us a reason to already start putting together a holiday wish list. Next year I encourage you to think outside of the box and ditch the traditional destinations for exciting new places that will introduce you to novel cultural experiences and expand your mind. My favorite underrated hotspots within Europe include the Czech Republic and Portugal, both being versatile destinations, and beautifully fun during any time of the year. In case you are craving flying higher and further, Sri Lanka is a perfect beach holiday hotspot, known for its majestic beaches and rich culture. Instead of the usual North American route, if that is what you are into, take a peek at Canada’s sights, a country of a wide variety of natural resources that will leave you speechless. Emirates is sure to get you to any of my favorite destinations comfortably and in style!” 

-Timotej Letonja, Editor-In-Chief Numéro Netherlands 


Emirates has always offered impeccable service and plenty of alternatives. With the launch of its new ‘hospitality strategy’ last year, it is taking its ‘fly better’ promise to the next level by adding an extra level of quality to cabin crews, airport services employees, contact centre teams, and catering, training, recruitment, in-flight experience, and more. 

The company recently invested over US$2 billion in taking its onboard customer experience to new heights with a massive program to upgrade over 120 aircraft with the latest interiors and an array of other service improvements across all cabins. The developments range from a special Champagne and Caviar Experience in First Class and new vegan menus, to a unique Cinema in the Sky initiative and the introduction of a Farm to Fork sustainable supply chain menu. Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne has been contracted to provide Specialised Hospitality Training to cabin crews.