An aerial adventure of a lifetime

The adventure begins at the state-of-the-art “Spirit of the Emirates” terminal where guests will be given a warm VIP welcome and can enjoy luxury hospitality in our lounges and international restaurants, before being briefed on flying procedures prior to take-off. The terminal itself is a creation of Dubai based architects, Whitespace, whose mantra is in designing ‘pragmatic utopian architecture’, to which the terminal lives up to by exuding innovation and vitality with bright, contemporary spaces, and thoughtful architectural details throughout.

Prior to boarding, our guests are briefed on flying procedures, and receive an Augmented Reality handset to highlight the city’s iconic landmarks and places of interest during their journey.

Take-off and flight on the “Spirit of the Emirates” is unlike any other flying experience. As the airship makes its silent ascent to 1,500 feet, the feeling of calmness and serenity of floating in clear skies comes to the fore. Flying at this low altitude, the landscape below becomes a living museum, with every detail appreciated from a whole new perspective.

One more thrill is in store on the “Spirit of the Emirates” adventure, during the flight passengers are able to reach out through an open window to take snapshots of their experience – and physically touch the clouds!

Beyond aerial tourism

“Spirit of the Emirates” goes beyond offering discerning guests a once in a lifetime aerial adventure in the UAE alone, becoming an iconic attraction and mode of transport in skies above any of the world’s cities and areas of natural beauty is conceivable. Quiet, and with minimal environmental impact, airships have the potential to fly anywhere, awakening the enthusiasm for this unique mode of air travel, and promoting both innovation and community engagement on a global scale.

There is also compelling commercial potential for organisations -“Spirit of the Emirates” can help companies and enterprises realise new and innovative market engagement routes through leasing and commissioning of airships. Already an icon, the Zeppelin airship commands attention and can represent the ideal opportunity for forward-thinking brands and organisations raise their visibility and engage with audiences on a whole new level.

 

Testimonials

Best of luck..’ can’t wait to be first passenger!!

Asma Ansari

Hi

I am arabic speaker
Flew 7 years for emirates, total of14 years flying experience as cabin crew. I am a passionate and i am still in dubai and still flying! I d love to be part of the project as i have many more to share …

Sonia manoune

Hi ,iam enquiring about a cabin crew position , i resigned from emirates airline 7 years ago after flying for 7 years . Kindly send me more information regarding any Requirments needed .

Kind regards
Parnian gohari

Parnian gohari

Good Afternoon,
I’m enquiring about a Cabin Crew position within your new venture. I resigned from Emirates 6 years ago after completing 10years, the last 3 years spent in First Class on the new A380 when it arrived.
Kindly send me more information regarding any employment positions available and any requirements needed.
Yours Faithfully
Lindsey Mc Nally

Lindsey McNally

Good afternoon,
I’m fascinated by the project as I am in love with Aviation. I have worked for 4 years as Cabin Crew for Emirates (I left the company in April 2017). I live in Dubai and I would be interested to join the project if there are any vacancies.

Joanna Tyszkiewicz

Hello Tomorrow !
So I want to be good to myself,keep discovering and in the spirit of and Love for Emirates cannot wait to hear from you ! ❤️

Afsheen Saeed

Dear Spirit of the Emirates team,

I have just discovered your amazing adventure and would like to be part of it!
If you need an experienced flight attendant working ten years in Dubai as Emirates crew and as the private senior flight attendant of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rachid on board of the prestigious Dubai Air Wing .
I would honored to be part of your exciting project in the skies of the Emirates!
Best regards, and best of luck!
Mrs Meriem Ouzani

Meriem Ouzani

I suggest that you might like to correct your airship history page to show that the first successful airship flight was in 1784, not 1884 – 120 years, not 20 years, before the Wright brothers . . . Our industry has been around for longer than you may have thought.

Gregory Gottlieb

So jealous.!!!! Not fair what about British Airship Airlander lol.

CHRIS EMMETT

ما شاء الله عالإبداع إلى الأمام دوما وبانتظار الطائره

عايشه القايدي

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