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FAQs of Dinner in the Sky Dubai

What is so special about Dinner in the Sky Dubai?

The Dinner in the Sky Dubai experience was ranked in Forbes’ list of the 10 most unusual restaurants in the entire world. It gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy a fine dining experience in a revolving platform located almost 50 metres above the ground, in a one-of-a-kind intimate setting with your near and dear ones. With the Dinner in the Sky experience, you can also soak in some of the most spectacular 360-degree views of the attractions of Dubai, including the Dubai Marina, the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Khalifa and more.

How many people can sit around the table?

At Dinner in the Sky, a maximum of 22 people can sit around the table for a meal. The rest of the crew, which includes the waitstaff and the standing presenter or chef, usually remain standing in the middle of the table. Additionally, for larger crowds, sometimes there may be multiple sessions, with up to two tables in flight at the same time.

How long does each experience last provided in Dinner in the Sky?

Each one of the Dining in the Sky experiences lasts for a period of up to 90 minutes. This includes the first 15 minutes, which are reserved for the boarding and belting of guests, 60 minutes for the flight and dining experience and the last 15 minutes for offboarding and unbolting of the guests.

What if I have to use the restroom?

The Dinner in the Sky experience does not have any restrooms, so breaks for the same are not allowed during the 90 minutes of this activity. However, in case of an emergency, the platform will be lowered down for the guest who wishes to go to the restroom, although they will not be allowed to get back on board for the rest of the flight.

Is the experience of Dinner in the Sky Safe?

Yes, the Dinner in the Sky experience is a very safe activity to take part in. This Belgium-based concept is designed according to the German norm DIN 4112, with all the simulations and calculations being tested by TÜV Rheinland. Additionally, it is due to its strict safety procedures and regular maintenance of the platforms, seatbelts, and harnesses that the experience has been officially authorized by some of the toughest countries in the world. Furthermore, the experience of Dinner in the Sky Dubai is operated under the guidelines of the Department of Occupational Safety & Health and the Civil Defence in UAE, making it quite safe.

How high does the table go at Dinner in the Sky?

The table at Dinner in the Sky can go up to a maximum height of 45 to 50 metres above the ground. However, it is important to note that the actual height of the table during the flight is based on several supporting factors, such as the conditions of the wind, the weather as well as the discretion of the organiser.

Why shall I reach 15 minutes prior to the session?

It is advisable for guests to reach at least 15 minutes prior to the session so that they can undertake the safety briefing before the flight. Additionally, while taking the safety briefing, the guests are also given welcome drinks at the waiting lounge.

Can I bring my children to Dinner in the Sky Dubai?

Yes, you can bring your children with you to Dinner in the Sky Dubai. However, you must ensure that your child has a minimum height of 110 centimetres, or 1.1 metres. Additionally, children accompanying you must not disturb any other guests and must follow all the other general guidelines of the activity.

Is smoking allowed in Dinner in the Sky Dubai?

No, smoking is strictly prohibited in Dinner in the Sky Dubai.

Is there any dress code preferable while visiting Dinner in the Sky Dubai?

No, there is no dress code while visiting Dinner in the Sky Dubai. However, it is advisable to wear light and comfortable clothes for the activity, in addition to wearing warmer clothes if you are planning to have dinner, since temperatures can get lower at a height of 50 metres, especially during the night. Furthermore, open-toe sandals, open shoes, and flip flops, along with skirts, dresses, shorts and Abaya can be avoided for the activity.

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