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Emirates is offering an Iftar meal service for Muslim passengers who fly during the month of Ramadan, starting on May 27. The service will be available to any passenger who requests it on selected flights, including flights to and from the Gulf region as well as on flights catering for Umrah groups travelling to Jeddah and Medina.

As some flights will operate at the start and end of fasting, the airline will also announce the correct time to start fasting (known as Imsak). 

The service will be available across all cabin classes but not on all flights. Agents and passengers need to confirm beforehand whether or not their flight will offer the service. 


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