Emirates began flying in 1985 with just two aircraft. The airline grew rapidly. At the Dubai air show in 2007 it placed orders for 143 aircraft. Four years later it gave Boeing its largest-ever order in terms of value.
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Facilities at Heathrow
This airline operates from Terminal 3
Airline lounges are invitation-only – please check entry rules with your airline. The following information is provided as a service to passengers and may be subject to change.
Departures, after security
Lounge E, near Gate 7Find Emirates Lounge on map
Flight numbers begin with IATA code EK.
This airline is not currently a member of the main airline alliances.
It may operate some routes under codeshare agreements (where partner airlines sell seats on the same aircraft, each using its own flight number). Your airline can advise whether this applies to any part of your journey.
Destinations served from Heathrow
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