Emirates Airlines Name Correction Policy
Worrying about the misspelled name on the Emirates ticket? The guide is to mention various scenarios under which Emirates passengers can change/correct the name. the Emirates Airlines name correction policy allows travelers to make modifications in the name on the ticket.
Can I change the passenger name on an Emirates ticket?
You can correct the name on your ticket (subject to fees) if your name is misspelled on the ticket. This must be done before the first flight of your itinerary.
If you have legally changed your name you may do this at any time throughout your journey.
Emirates does not allow the transfer of tickets to someone else, by changing the name on your ticket to another person.
We may request further evidence from you in respect of any request to change the name on your ticket.
Is there a fee to correct my name on an Emirates ticket?
If your name is misspelled on the ticket, you may be able to get it changed. Here is an overview of fees: All markets (excluding UK, India, and Brazil):
- USD30 per ticket for direct bookings (i.e. Emirates website, ticket offices or contact centers) and bookings made through a travel agent (or non‑Emirates website).
- GBP10.00 per ticket for direct bookings (i.e. Emirates website, ticket offices, or contact centers)
- GBP20.00 per ticket for bookings made through a travel agent (or non‑Emirates website).
No charges apply where the point of sale and the point of origin for your journey in Brazil.
No charges apply where the point of sale in India.
How do I request a name change for my ticket?
For direct bookings, this must be done at least two hours before the departure of your flight. Passengers are required to contact Emirates either via our contact center or one of our ticket offices. For bookings made through a travel agent, you will need to make the request with the travel agent.
My name appears without spaces on the ticket, will this be a problem?
If you entered multiple first names or multiple family names for a passenger, it is entirely normal for the names on the ticket to be joined together, even if you had entered them separately when booking online. For example: if you entered Mr. John Adam Smith when booking online, your ticket will show the name SMITH/JOHNADAMMR. This is standard airline industry practice.