Festive meals are available on select Emirates flights throughout December. Festive meals are available on select Emirates flights throughout December.

Emirates customers travelling for the holidays will enjoy Christmas specials both on the ground and on board.

In addition to the regionally inspired cuisine served on board, Emirates is bringing back its Christmas menu with a more extensive offering of holiday-inspired dishes.

Emirates’ seasonal menus are a key component of its dining offering and the Christmas menu is one of the main highlights. The festive meals are available throughout December for customers travelling from Dubai to Australia, Europe, the United States or the United Kingdom and those travelling from the UK to Dubai.

Customers travelling in economy class can enjoy rolled turkey buffé served with cranberry jus lié, mashed potatoes, Vienna chicken sausages and seasonal vegetables. For desserts, customers will be served festive sweets such as a lemon cranberry cake with cream cheese frosting or a cocoa cake with white chocolate chips and raspberry coulis.

Those travelling in first and business class will start with king prawns marinated with lemon and herb and served with cocktail sauce and a fennel salad, and enjoy a main course of rolled turkey buffé served with chestnut and apricot stuffing, cranberry jus lié, pumpkin mash and creamy Brussels sprouts with turkey bacon.  A variety of desserts is available on the different routes including ginger bread roulade, chocolate mint dome and yule log.

In addition, first class customers, can look out for Santa-inspired macaroons and hot chocolate served with marshmallows and gingerbread. Young fliers in first class will receive snowman-inspired marshmallow biscuits.

Premium customers can also get into the holiday spirit before the flight departs at the seven Emirates lounges found in Dubai International Airport and more than 30 Emirates lounges worldwide. From mid-December, roasted turkey and traditional sweets such as Basler Leckerli gingerbread cookies, Christmas cake and stollen will be served in first class lounges.

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