Contact Emirates Airlines: Find below the details of customer service of Emirates airlines Dhaka office including phone and email (as of October 2016). For inquiries, complaints, or feedback regarding reservations, lost or delayed luggage, cancellations, or others, you can reach the contact below.
Contact for Buying Air Tickets
1/1, Shukrabad, Mirpur Road, Dhaka
(Beside New Model Degree College)
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Emirates Airlines Dhaka Office
S.A. Tower (Ground Floor) Plot 1, Road 134, Block SE (A)
Gulshan South Avenue, Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212
+8802 989 2801
+880 2 988 4900
+880 2 986 2618
Sales/Admin Sun to Thu 10:00 to 18:30
Customer Sales & Service
Sat 10:00 to 18:30
Emirates Airlines Chittagong Office
ABC Air Limited (Agent office)
91, Agrabad Commercial Area, Chittagong
+88 03 1725647/8
+88 03 1723257
Sun to Thu 9:00-17:00, Sat 9:00-13:00
Emirates Airlines Sylhet Office
502, Taltola, Sylhet 3100, Bangladesh
+880 821 711 200/300
+880 821 712 159
Sun to Thu 9:00-17:00
Based in Dubai, Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East, with 3,600 flights per week to 154 cities in 61 countries on six continents. It is headquartered at Dubai International Airport and is the fourth-largest airline in the world in terms of both international passenger carriers and scheduled revenue-passenger-kilometer carriers. It is also the second-largest tonnage-carrying port. In 2015, the emirate boasted about 60 million passenger transports.
The UAE fleet includes both airports and Boeing aircraft, including more than 80 aircraft, including the Airbus A380. If you are a frequent flyer, sign up for the SkyWords Frequent Flyer Program to earn reward points and surpass them for new flights and other products. And at most airports, you should be able to find a dedicated Emirates lounge available for members. If you need to register for Skywards, you can do so at the link here.
Flyers can easily search and book flights on the Emirates website. In addition to flights, you can book hotels, reserve cars, check-in for your flight online, find out a flight status, schedule, and much more. Whether you are looking for information on top destinations, offers/discounts or food, and beverage options, the Emirates website is a positive book. If you already have a reservation, you can change your booking by signing in to your account online. This is an easy way to manage your trip without reaching customer service by phone or email. You can cancel, re-book, print an itinerary, select a seat or book a meal on the account page.
If you are always on the move, download the Emirates Smartphone app to book or manage your reservations. You can even get details of flight and luggage restrictions. Luggage allowance depends on the class of travel. For destinations outside the US, economy class passengers can carry 30kg, business class passengers 40kg, and first-class 50kg. For flights to and from America, flyers can carry 2 bags in three classes, each weighing no more than 23 kg for economy class. You can read the luggage guide for accurate information about limitations, bag dimensions, etc.
You know you can even book tours and activities in Dubai. Also, Dubai has a Dubai connection for first class and business class passengers who have made a long stopover in Dubai. Your food, transport, and accommodation are covered by the service.