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Emirates currently serves the French capital with 21 weekly flights, including 3 daily A380 flights. Image Credit: Emirates

Dubai: Dubai’s flagship carrier unveiled a newly designed premium lounge on Monday at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport. The airline said in a statement that it has invested close to Dh3.5 million to design the lounge. Emirates said that the 925-square-meter lounge opened its doors earlier this week to welcome First—and Business-Class customers as well as Emirates Skywards members.

The lounge is located in Terminal 2C at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and can accommodate up to 165 guests. It is equipped with new furnishings, cosy chairs and sofas, enhanced shower facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi, and striking views of the airport runway.

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The lounge will also feature unique seating arrangements for dining, lounging and quiet spaces for relaxation.

Emirates said its new lounge demonstrates its commitment to serving French customers with high-quality travel experiences. The airline operates 39 airport lounges worldwide, including seven in Dubai and 32 at significant airports.

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Emirates’ partnership with Paris Charles de Gaulle dates back to 1992. Last year, the airline partnered with Extime in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to offer premium travellers a dedicated lounge space in Terminal 1. With renovations in Terminal 2 now complete, customers can expect even more “fly better” moments and world-class services the airline is renowned for.

Emirates serves the French capital with 21 weekly flights, including three daily A380 flights. The airline also serves Nice with a daily A380 service and Lyon with a daily Boeing 777 flight (which will become a daily A350 service from December 1). The airline’s extensive network of over 130 passenger destinations offers French customers access to an array of onward connections to Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Africa and Australasia.