The future of all air travel in in the Gulf/Middle east region, and at some point a combination of Emirates, Etihad, Qatar and Turkish airlines will dominate the world. Only a matter of time.
Airlines from the Gulf Region tend to make an extra effort to accommodate passengers travelling with young children. Gulf Air’s Sky Nannies offer help with boarding and disembarkation and keep a watchful eye on children during the flight should parents doze off. Emirates for several years has been offering a complimentary baby stroller service for passengers arriving and transiting at Dubai International Airport.
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