Emirates Rolls Out Luxury Perks As Official Airline of The US Open
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Emirates Rolls Out Luxury Perks As Official Airline of The US Open

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Jasmine Osby
Jasmine Osby Aug 31, 2022

Emirates is once again setting the standard when it comes to sports travel and tourism. For the 11th year in a row, the airline reigns as the Official Airline of the US Open Tennis Championships from August 29 to September 11, 2022. The airline is the world’s largest international airline and has served guests traveling to the US Open since 2012. 

Using its influence to spread a love for tennis and athleticism globally, Emirates is turning things up a notch this season. The airline is taking its tennis aficionado beyond the skies and joining eventgoers courtside. From luxury suites and event live streams to deluxe lounges in the sky, Emirates is showing out in more ways than one. 

If the US Open is on your bucket list this travel season, here are a few perks you’ll get only if you fly with Emirates.

A Guide Throughout the US Open

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Emirates is guiding travelers through an epic US Open experience from beginning to end. The airline will be hosting its luxury suite again this year. A favorite choice amongst famous influencers and celebrities, the Emirates US Open suite is the epitome of luxury and white glove service the airline is known for. In addition to champagne and whiskey tastings, guests can also dine on an array of delicious international dishes as they enjoy the matches. 

If guests grow tired of the suite, the Emirates Sports Cafes has the perfect ambiance to kick back and enjoy live tennis. The airline also has a special vendor booth set up at the event to showcase the comfort of its Premium Economy seats. They’ll also have a chance to win an Emirates seat cushion.

Following the match-ups, guests can attend the Emirates Ball Flight to collect an autographed ball from some of their favorite tennis players. Airline staff, along with the winning player, will hit three signed tennis balls into the stand after each match through the end of the quarter-finals. 

If that isn’t enough, Emirates has also partnered with broadcaster PIX 11 and the show NY Living to give away 60 US Open tickets to tennis lovers looking to sit courtside this season.

Live Coverage Straight From Queens

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If you don’t plan on attending the US Open, Emirates has you covered so you’ll never miss a beat. The airlines will be broadcasting updates and coverage of the matches throughout the competition from its social media accounts. 

Fans can also tune into The Mixer. Broadcasted live from the Emirates suite and produced by the United States Tennis Association, this virtual talk show takes the US Open from Queens to your living room. Viewers will get direct access to everything happening in the Emirate suite, celebrity sightings, and more. 

The championship will also be posting daily “Play of the Day” videos presented by Emirates that online users can find by searching the hashtag #EmiratesFlyBetterMoments.

Something Special For Emirate Jet Setters

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Are you flying Emirates during one of your must-watch matches? Well, the airline has you covered there as well this US Open season. Tennis-loving passengers will be able to watch the matches live on Emirates in-flight sports channels Sport24 and Sport24 Extra. Live TV coverage will also be available on Emirates’ Boeing 777 fleet and most flagship A380 aircraft. 

Travelers flying in Emirates premium cabins can watch the matches on a grand 55-inch television aboard select A380 aircraft. At 40,000 feet in the air, Emirates passengers will be able to enjoy the US Open in comfort and style. 

Although the US Open is only once a year, Emirates stays on the tennis court year-round as the official sponsor of 60 other tennis tournaments including the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, Miami Open and BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells in the US.

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