Codeshare agreement Emirates and flydubai

In addition to the Emirates network, Emirates travellers can also fly to the destinations of the airline flydubai.

Passengers flying with Emirates, check in the baggage for their final destination and receive a boarding pass for the part of the flight operated by flydubai. This also applies to travellers departing with flydubai, who are transferring to an Emirates flight. The boarding pass will be issued at check-in, or at the flydubai transfer desk at Terminal 2 at Dubai Airport, before the passenger will go to Emirates at Terminal 3.

During the complete codeshare flight schedule, the baggage allowance and luggage costs of Emirates apply, even if the first part of the journey will be carried out by flydubai. If you are flying with both Emirates and flydubai, on arrival at Dubai International Airport, Emirates will take you from Terminal 3 to the flydubai gate in Terminal 2. Are you a member of Skywards, the Emirates savings program? Then you will earn Skywards and level miles for all flights with an Emirates flight number and for all return flights operated by flydubai between Dubai and Prague, Muscat and Kuwait. Emirates Skywards Silver, Gold and Platinum members are entitled to extra baggage allowance, to check in at the Business Class desks and they have priority when labeling their luggage. For more information about the possibilities or assistance in booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are available 24×7.

Source: Emirates

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