Perhaps one of the most celebrated airlines for its in-flight premium products, Emirates is a force to be reckoned with in the airline industry. It has the world’s largest fleet of Airbus A380s, and it flies all around the world, connecting destinations with one of the most luxurious in-flight products.
Emirates makes headlines with its in-flight showers (reserved for first class) and stand-up lounge bars (available to both first and business class), but it still has some hiccups that keep it from being absolutely perfect. The biggest issue: middle seats in business class on certain aircraft.
Emirates has four classes of service: first, business, premium economy and economy. But, the reality is that even within business class, there are superior and inferior products. While you experience the same benefits on the ground (luxe lounges and all), the seats can vary quite a bit.
Here’s what you need to know about Emirates business class, plus how to maximize your miles when you…
This article was written by Ramsey Qubein and originally published on www.nerdwallet.com