Emirates customers now have simpler access to a wider range of U.S. destinations thanks to the activation of their codeshare agreement between United and Emirates.
Customers of Emirates will now be able to travel to three of the largest business hubs in the country, Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco, and connect quickly to a vast network of domestic U.S. points on flights run by United.
Starting today, tickets can be bought on Emirates.com and through other trade platforms, such as travel agents.
Due to the establishment of the partnership, Emirates passengers travelling to the United States can now anticipate entry to more than 150 American cities through the three gateways.
Similar to this, United’s services are available to Emirates customers in the U.S. who are planning trips to Dubai and beyond, allowing them to quickly connect to flights run by Emiratesthat are headed for Dubai via Chicago, Houston, or San Francisco.
For Americans who travel to Emirates' extensive network of destinations outside of Dubai, which includes numerous uncommon locations throughout the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, the world has just gotten a whole lot larger.
The award-winning services of Emirates and a variety of practical travel advantages are available to travellers on the flights. Itineraries on codeshare flights operated by Emirates enable passengers to book their complete trip on a single ticket, take advantage of the airline’s baggage policy, and use convenient bag check-through to their destination.
“We are incredibly excited to activate this historic partnership with United and greatly expand our footprint in the U.S.,” said Adnan Kazim, chief commercial officer at Emirates.
We will be able to satisfy demand from all market segments, including leisure, VFR, corporate, and student travellers who can now link without difficulty to and from a wider network of more than 150 domestic points, thanks to United’s extensive network across the Americas.
Through an interline agreement between Emiratesand United, travellers can conveniently travel to a greater variety of locations in the Americas outside of the United States.
As of right now, Emirates provides service between its base in Dubai and 12 U.S. cities, as well as five points in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina.
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