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How long does a flight from London Gatwick to Kochi take?
An average non-stop flight takes 11h 55m, covering a distance of 5099 miles.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from London Gatwick to Kochi?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest return tickets were found on Emirates (£388) and Multiple Airlines (£417)
Do I need a passport to fly between London Gatwick and Kochi?
Yes.
What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from London Gatwick to Kochi?
For London Gatwick to Kochi, Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Monday is the most expensive. Flying from Kochi back to London Gatwick, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Saturday being the most expensive.

Book cheap flights from London Gatwick to Kochi (return)

Airports
Origin
London
£388
only
£388
Destination
Kochi
£388
only
£388
Wed, 8 Nov
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Wed, 20 Dec
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 43 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

MXP
JFK
Excellent 10.0

Beautiful aircraft flight attendants speak 19 languages additional leg room fabulous entertainment

only had jetblue as partner and when my flight had to be changed it presented a huge problem- they need more US partnerships to provide better options

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

Mon, 27 Nov
LGW
COK
23h 30m
Wed, 13 Dec
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£417
Trip: 17 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Thu, 16 Nov
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Wed, 20 Dec
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 35 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

Tue, 21 Nov
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Tue, 19 Dec
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 29 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

Wed, 22 Nov
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Wed, 20 Dec
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 29 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

Mon, 2 Apr
LGW
COK
14h 00m
Sat, 21 Apr
COK
LGW
33h 00m
£491
Trip: 20 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Mon, 15 Jan
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Mon, 29 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 15 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

MXP
JFK
Excellent 10.0

Beautiful aircraft flight attendants speak 19 languages additional leg room fabulous entertainment

only had jetblue as partner and when my flight had to be changed it presented a huge problem- they need more US partnerships to provide better options

Wed, 7 Mar
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Thu, 15 Mar
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 8 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

Tue, 31 Oct
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Sat, 11 Nov
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£388
Trip: 12 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

Thu, 11 Jan
LGW
COK
30h 10m
Tue, 30 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£389
Trip: 20 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

Tue, 30 Jan
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Mon, 5 Feb
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£389
Trip: 7 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

Wed, 10 Jan
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Mon, 22 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£394
Trip: 13 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

Thu, 22 Feb
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Tue, 13 Mar
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£394
Trip: 19 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

Mon, 30 Oct
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Fri, 10 Nov
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£395
Trip: 12 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

Thu, 15 Feb
LGW
COK
13h 00m
Wed, 14 Mar
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£395
Trip: 27 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

Mon, 8 Jan
LGW
COK
25h 10m
Mon, 29 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£401
Trip: 22 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

MXP
JFK
Excellent 10.0

Beautiful aircraft flight attendants speak 19 languages additional leg room fabulous entertainment

only had jetblue as partner and when my flight had to be changed it presented a huge problem- they need more US partnerships to provide better options

Mon, 15 Jan
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Mon, 29 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£401
Trip: 15 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Everything except food

Nothing as such.

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

Tue, 23 Jan
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Wed, 31 Jan
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£401
Trip: 9 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

Thu, 15 Feb
LGW
COK
11h 55m
Tue, 20 Feb
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£407
Trip: 6 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
DXB
RUH
Excellent 10.0

everything

option to provide some vegetable sandwich must be there for vegetarian people

EWR
ATH
Excellent 10.0

Staff was excellent. Food good. Great choice of movies.

Bigger and more comfortable seats.

LIS
DXB
Excellent 8.0

I understand that the cabin crew’s job focus is not to serve drinks and food to passengers. However, I would’ve expected well-mannered employees from Emirates. I was on an aisle seat, a steward bumped on my arm quite roughly and he merely continued walking. Not even a word was said.

VIE
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Best food on a plane I have had yet

DXB
CPT
Excellent 8.0

It was much better than first leg from Ft Lauderdale to Dubai, better plane, better service, better food, better entertainment

Thu, 22 Feb
LGW
COK
25h 10m
Mon, 12 Mar
COK
LGW
14h 15m
£407
Trip: 18 days
8.3ExcellentShow reviews
Overall 8.3 Excellent
Based on 9062 reviews
Overall
8.3
Boarding
8.3
Comfort
8.2
Crew
8.5
Entertainment
8.6
Food
8.1
ZRH
DXB
Good 7.0

Entertainment offer was great. Live channels, talks, movies, etc...

The service... it was almost a 7 hours flight, the crew brings you your food and that's it. I needed to ask more than three times to get water, again and again, I can't understand this behaviour at all. They treat you extremely bad unless you fly business with them. I felt uncomfortable and didn't like this behaviour at all.

BOS
DXB
Excellent 10.0

I recently booked a flight on Qatar first, to Ko Samui, Thailand. When I got on the plane, I asked the flight attendant to please be careful when he pushed the cart down the aisle because the last time I flew, the flight attendant smashed the cart into my elbow and drew blood. The flight attendant laughed at me, so I told him, calmly, that if it happened again, I would sue the airline. He didn't like that, and so for the next ten minutes he sent three different flight attendants over to ask me crazy questions like, "Do you have anything you would like to tell us?" I have no idea what this was about. Eventually, I was told to get off the plane, which ended up costing me over $1,500 in transportation, hotel, and new flight (on Emirates) fees. It was and still is a nightmare because my vacation has been ruined due to having no money. I'm a master's-degree-holding English teacher of 11 years with no history of ever having been asked to get off of a plane for any reason, and no, I was not drunk because while waiting for my luggage to be returned, had a conversation with three Boston airport police officers who did not arrest me or even understand why I had been kicked off of my flight. Nor did I speak a single profane word to the Qatar flight attendants or security, and of course, I did not use violence or resist when I was told to get off the plane. Unlike Qatar's staff, the Boston police officers were very polite and understanding. Emirates, on the other hand, was a completely different story. They were great. The staff was friendly, and when I was sleeping, they didn't send their staff over to harass me. I have flown on Emirates, Qatar, and Ethihad many times, and I truly don't understand why Qatar's staff have been instructed by their managers that it is okay to lose long-time customers and kick professional teachers off of their planes just because they think I wasn't perfectly sweet and nice to them all the time. I am an American, and in my country we have freedom of expression and speech, as long as that speech does not indicate violent intentions or use profanity or insults. Basically, I felt as though I was in a country with no rights to free speech at all. Presently I am having my lawyer work up legal documents for Qatar to get my money back and to reimburse me for travel and hotel expenses, as well as having to take two extra days off of work to reschedule my flight. I truly believe in the transparency of the travel industry through using comments like those I am making you readers aware of right now, and I assume you will benefit from this rhetorical question/advice: Emirates and Ethihad are sometimes a little more expensive than Qatar on certain flights, but is it really worth it to risk having Qatar take your money and make you miss your flight for no reason? Is it acceptable for an airline operating in the USA to deprive Americans of their right to express concern to the flight attendants on their plane?

DEL
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Had to wait 5 hrs to get my boarding pass

DXB
KUL
Excellent 10.0

The food, drinks and entertainment we’re excellent. I also watched the staff caring for another passenger who was frequently summoning them for small requests but the staff was always patient and cheerful with him.

ORD
DXB
Excellent 10.0

Very helpful, attentive staff who made the flight as pleasurable as possible for us. One of the staff helped me switch from the full row I was in to an empty row which made the long flight so much more comfortable.

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