Airline Emirates fully updated the interiors for its Boeing 777 aircraft, including the new long-awaited personal First Class cabins. The floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and sophisticated design elements, inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, make the upgraded Emirates cabins even more luxurious and secluded. With an area of more than 3.7 sq m, these spacious and fully enclosed personal cabins are located in a 1-1-1 configuration.
With multimillion-dollar upgrades on board of the newest Boeing 777 Emirates covered all classes of service from the First Class and the Business Class to the Economy Class, the aisles, service rooms and latrines, and include armchairs with an updated design and an improved on-board entertainment system.
“Only the best impressions of the flight – that’s the essence of our brand and service. The new interior of the 777, which we presented today, is part of Emirates’ ongoing investment in improving the level of service and the desire to exceed the expectations of our customers”, said the President of Emirates, Tim Clark. “In addition to the new fully enclosed private cabins of the First class, the latest models of fully folding leather armchairs with a personal mini-bar are now available in the Business Class, adjustable leather headrests appeared on the Economy class seats, and the on-board entertainment system was updated in all service salons. On board the aircraft our customers will see new spacious lounges with carefully selected details, such as textured walls and ceiling panels, various lighting functions and much more”, added he.
Emirates aircraft Boeing 777 with these updates will go into operation on December 1, debuting on flights to Geneva and Brussels.