Contact Emirates New York: Find below customer care contact details of Emirates airline in  New York , United States . You can contact the below address is for new Emirates ticket booking, flight status or other queries on Emirates’ services.

New York(Town Office)

55 East 59th Street
New York City 10022

+1 800 777 3999 (24hrs)

+1 888 320 1576

Emirates Head Office
Customer Affairs Department,Emirates
P.O. Box 686,Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Telephone: +971 4 7083611
Facsimile: +971 4 2864120

About Emirates
Emirates was born as the official international airline of the United Arab Emirates. Fully owned by the Government of Dubai, Emirates is the largest airline in the Middle East and has over 50,000 employees worldwide. Emirates was founded in the year 1985. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum is the Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline & Group. Emirates currently has a fleet of 137 aircraft. The airline flies to over 100 destinations in 60 countries around the world.

This article has 7 comments

  1. Rosaqlinda N. Gonzales Reply

    I would like to request the email address of your New York Office as well as your Head Office so I can ask how we can handle our request for group rate for our pilgrims from New York going to Jordan, Amman and return from Istanbul-New York.

    Thank you so much.

  2. Ted Lawler Reply

    I will be flying my first time with Emirates on 6/27. Do you wave the fee for extra baggage for those doing humanitarian work in Zambia?

  3. Donna Williams Reply

    I finally got cooperation from Emirates Airlines and found out who stole my identity and it is now being handled by Homeland and Terrorist JTC.

  4. Donna and Gary Serwatka Reply

    Recently we were the victims of Credit Card Fraud through Emirates. This caused more than just an immediate financial crisis, but some mid and long term damage. Of which Emirates stated they would be of assistance in remedying. This never happened. We cannot convey not only the financial unrest, but also the emotional turmoil it has caused us. Emirates made promises that they did not keep. this issue of Credit Card Fraud within Emirates is a known issue and is growing day by day. The Locel police and sheriff’s department took reports, and even the FBI and Homeland Security. Emirates has done nothing and cost us so much.
    When Emirates said they would cooperate and help, we were elated. Only to find that their promises were empty.
    We are still suffering some of the consequences of their actions and complete lack of action in this matter.

    A word of advise: If you have been the victims of fraud or identity theft from Emirates, IMMEDIATELY file fraud claims and theft starting with your local government and immediately everywhere else. Emirates will not “officially” do anything except give you empty promises.

    • Williams Reply

      To Donna and Gary Serwatka on July 6, 2011 at 2:14 pm. You are so right about Emirates someone stole my credit card and they know who did it and will not cooperate stating due to their security policy I cannot have the name or flight number to protect their customers. There response is it is our policy not to disclose any information sorry you are a victim of identity theft but we will not help you. I am now going to go FBI and Homeland Security it seems to be a general practice with this airline to keep secrets. Hope I do not wind up on a terrorist watch list. That airline is a disgrace they knowingly take stolen cards and do not co-operate.

      • Rebecca Montrone Reply

        This just happened to me this morning. My business debit card was charged by Emirates, NY, New York, $1500-something. Thankfully BOA’s tracking system (“irregular activity”) caught the charge. There had been another a few hours earlier for $700-something they also didn’t pay. They put my card on temporary hold, and I contacted them. Yesterday, for the first time, I placed a small order with Skymall and clicked “yes” to save my payment info. It is the only thing I can associate with this event. The last time a credit card of mine was compromised was directly following a United flight during which I used that card to purchase food and beverage on the planes. My hunch is that this is a popular resource for crooked people in the flight industry.

  5. Celeste DiMaio Reply

    I have extensive experience working as a flight attendant/purser for major airlines, one of which is Qatar Airways. I now reside in New York and would be interested to work for Emirates Airlines in Customer Service at JFK International Airport. Can you please direct me to the proper office that I can apply to? Thanks very much.

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