Emirates Airline is bracing to participate in Dubai Air Show being held in November this year. The airline is all set to debut its new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, which will be featuring exquisite business class cabins with many amenities. The unveiling new first class suite would also be a remarkable feature during the air show.
A spokesperson of Emirates Airline said that there will be altogether six suites in the first class cabin with 1-1-1 configuration. The airline’s existing Boeing 7777 aircraft offers a total of eight suites in first class in a 1-2-1 configuration. Apart from new first class suite and business class, there will be revamped economy class cabin in the aircraft as well. The airline is yet to announce the new routes on which Boeing 777-300ER aircraft is to be deployed.
Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, said, “The company is continuously upgrading and improving the services and products through all the cabin classes. The revamp of new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft would however be something bigger and out-of-the-world experience for our customers taking them to the next level. A new onboard experience awaits them starting from November onwards.”
Clark further stated that a completely new look has been given to all the cabins in Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. “The times has now come for Emirates Airline to showcase its state-of-the-art first class suites and overall onboard experience, which have come years of extensive planning and investment.”
Meanwhile, Emirates Airline has however declines to say whether its existing Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 fleet is going to see the installation of new products, or the new first class suites, business class and economy class cabins would be featuring on the new Boeing 777-300ER aircrafts to be acquired by the airline in coming years.