Emirates has just launched a wedding service when you’ve always dreamt of getting married at 40,000 ft.

It looks like Emirates loves new heights through the launch of wedding services. Well, if you and your partner are the adventurers, there’s an exciting chance here!

This year, the COVID-19 pandemic robbed many little joys, including the delay or total cancellation of numerous weddings. While some people are all right to push their marriages back, others look for more intimate ways to tie the nude. And now, Emirates hopes to help people who want small ceremonies in the unique way possible: 40,000 feet (40,000 feet).

Whereas 2020 was a year of uncertainty, an international airline offers the couple a fantastic new wedding experience. The United Arab Emirates flag carrier used its official Twitter handle and made the big and thrilling announcement.

“We take love to new heights! Emirates is pleased to launch a special wedding service for those who want a 40,000-meter knot. Plan your perfect day on our Airbus A380. Select routes are available now,” reads it.

So, would you ever consider marrying in the air at 40,000 feet? That’d be a wedding; you don’t think?

Take love to the next level in the air!


We suppose that this could soon become the latest trend in the romantic world of everything and is nowhere ideal than in the sky! It appears that the airline has made it easier for couples to avoid stress. Instead, book a flight to your possible destination for the honeymoon and prepare your head for memorable days of married bliss.

"emirates airlines", Emirates has just launched a wedding service.

It seems to be quite puzzling, however, how the guests are expected to attend the wedding. As of now, the airline has provided no more details than the announcement.

A man recently took his proposal in the air and asked his girlfriend during skydiving the big question. Surprisingly, the proposal was all the more exciting as the man holding the ring in his mouth.

It can be recalled that the UAE flag carrier was last burned because a Pakistani passenger was stranded in Brazil with his family. Furthermore, Emirates did not even bother to assist them.

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