The United Arab Emirates has a reputation for being lavish but also pretty strict when it comes to certain things such as alcohol and sexual orientation. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are both stopover points on many flight routes to Asia, though you don’t usually need to leave the airport. For those who do, we can arrange a hotel in the heart of either city.
At a glance
“Stellar service. Stellar products. Stellar people and it gets so much better when you pick up the phone and call.”
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Emirates and Etihad are the main carriers of the UAE. They are renowned for their stellar service and very well kitted out planes. They’ve taken the airline industry by storm because of the number of routes they fly to and almost any major destination on earth can be reached via Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
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