Treats for some-bunny special

In First Class you’ll find an extra special goodie in your basket. Savour the famous Danish-made Lakrids Dulce de Leche Liquorice Eggs. Take a bite out of soft liquorice, coated with silky smooth French dulce de leche chocolate and sprinkled with raw liquorice powder and a touch of sea salt.

Let the egg hunt begin on board

From 30 March to 2 April, you can spot little Easter extras on board selected flights from Dubai. Indulge in our classic desserts and enjoy a little something sweet on top to celebrate – you’ll find festive decorations on selected cakes and sweets. And you can taste a traditional surprise treat across all our cabin classes.

Enjoy Easter eats across our lounges

On 1 April, you can enjoy a traditional Easter treat in our Dubai lounges, along with chocolate eggs and a special Easter egg cake. Or dine on classic savoury dishes and Easter goodies in selected worldwide lounges. Tuck into roasted lamb with rosemary sauce or South African pickled fish. And satisfy your sweet tooth with carrot cake, Easter bread and lemon meringue tartlets.

Little bunnies stay entertained

Sit back and relax while your little chicks choose from our latest selection of family-friendly blockbusters, including Paddington 2, Wonder and Coco. Kids and teens can stay entertained throughout their flight, with up to 90 channels just for them, plus 50 Disney classics and a collection of Marvel favourites.
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Celebrate Easter around the world

Throw clay pots out of your window in Greece to welcome spring. Take part in an Easter egg tapping in Poland. Enjoy the thousands of vibrant eggs that decorate Germany’s trees and streets. Or dress the kids up in colourful spring outfits – complete with headscarves and rosy red cheeks – to collect sweets in Sweden. Celebrate the festivities around the world and book your spring break now.

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