Emirates released images of its new first class suite at the Dubai Airshow, complete with large beds, dining spaces, and virtual windows.
The first pictures of the overhauled suites show large rooms, plush designs and bright, airy cabins that are completely sealed off from the rest of the plane.
Dubai’s flagship airline also revealed images of its new economy and business class cabins, highlighting a new colour code and larger, leather seats.
First Class private suites
Emirates unveiled completely refreshed interiors for its Boeing 777 aircraft, including its highly-anticipated new First Class private suites.
With floor to ceiling sliding doors and design features inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Emirates’ new suites offer up to 40 square feet of personal space.
The spacious, fully-enclosed private suites are laid out in a 1-1-1 configuration.
From First Class through to the Business and Economy Class cabins, all along the walkways, in the washrooms and galleys, the latest Emirates 777 aircraft boasts a multi-million dollar upgrade that includes newly-designed seats and upgraded inflight entertainment systems in all cabins.
Business Class is no less fancy
“Aside from our fully enclosed private suites, Business Class features our latest fully-flat leather seats with personal minibars," said Tim Clark, President of Emirates airline.
"Economy Class seats have adjustable full leather headrests, and the inflight entertainment system has been upgraded for all cabin classes. Throughout the aircraft, our customers will see modern and airy cabins, with painstaking attention to detail evident in design touches such as the textured wall and ceiling panels, lighting features, and more,” Clark said.
Economy looks like no other
Emirates’ latest First Class product gives a nod to the design philosophy of the Mercedes-Benz S- Class, bringing together two global brands renowned for innovation, luxury, and comfort. The collaboration inspired several design details in the private suite including the soft leather seating, high-tech control panels, and mood lighting.
The latest Emirates 777 aircraft with these new features will enter commercial service on 1 December, making its debut on flights to Geneva and Brussels.
The new Emirates 777 First Class cabin interior uses a whole new colour palette of soft greys, cream and champagne, conveying a contemporary, open and airy feel, with quiet and timeless luxury.
Created in collaboration with Boeing, Rockwell Collins interior systems, Panasonic, Jacques Pierre Jean Design studio and Seattle-based design firm Teague, each fully enclosed private suite has a floor to ceiling sliding door, and combines smart technologies and intelligent design to deliver function, as well as luxury and comfort
By Ed Clowes
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