Emirates Airlines app launches in Arabic

This addition brings the total number of languages on the app to 19

Emirates airlines, Arabic, Mobile app

Emirates Airlines has now added Arabic to its list of 18 languages that are available on its app.

Users will now be able to avail all the features of the app in Arabic. The company, according to officials, is the “only airline globally to have its mobile app available in 19 languages, including Arabic, English, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Czech, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil & Portugal), Polish, Russian, Spanish, Thai and Turkish”.

Speaking about the new addition, Emirates’ Alex Knigge, senior vicep, Corporate Communications, Marketing and Brand (Digital) said, “Our app has become a useful travel companion for more than 1.5 million travellers a month and it ensures a seamless customer journey on the go. We will continue to invest in mobile to provide an enjoyable customer experience and to make our customers’ travel journey as seamless as possible.”

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