Qatar v. Emirates v. Etihad

So as many of you know, I had flown to India from Boston on Qatar Airways recently. I was able to fly on the a350 which was wonderful. I’ve also flown on Emirates the same route but via Dubai. I want to fly Etihad next time, which is your favorite of these airlines? Be sure to say why![poll public=true]

  • Emirates
  • Qatar
  • Etihad
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I never experienced 3 of those options


However from my mom’s experience, I would vote for Etihad ;)

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Qatar Airways

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Emirates Sucks, esp the 777s

Etihad is my fav airline

Qatar is THE BEST!

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But dem a380s 😏

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For me, Emirates is too glamorous. I hate those gold on Business Class seats. It just hurted my eyes (I prefer Etihad/Qatar’s Business which are more simple yet cool)
Besides that, Emirates choose a really economic configurations which of course, really cramped seats and uncomfortable seats (2-3-2 On Old Business and 3-4-3 on Economy)


Emirates should learn Less is better

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I have yet to experience all three. From what I’ve heard, Etihad is pretty good.

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I been on Qatar only once and it was good.

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In terms of luxury, Etihad tops them all.

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Very close between Qatar and Emirates. Etihad though has fallen back a bit

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Qatar because of their sponsorship with FC Barcelona =)

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I like Etihad’s livery but I think Emirates is a nicer experience.

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I’ve experienced all of them, Emirates and Etihad are the bests

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Emirates is the best. I have flown on Economy and Business with them.

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You might have just changed my vote Mr. @Ninetales

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I have experience emirates and qatar. Both having a layover of 6+ hours and emirates wins. If you have a layover longer than 6 they provide a hotel and visa

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It all depends what class …

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Yes STPC is great !

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STPC?? Flight to FLL is at 3:30am, I honestly love long layovers now

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STPC. (travel, aviation) Stopover Paid by Carrier. (Pre-arranged hotel transit accommodion, paid by an airline to encourage use of a bad connection on their services).

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