Dubai: Emirates’ recently unveiled Boeing 777-300 aircraft, featuring luxury cabins, has already made its first flight and a new video has been released to celebrate the milestone.
The airline had showcased at the Dubai Airshow last month the new addition to its fleet, fitted with new private suites for premium flyers, as well as “refreshed” business and economy class seats.
Last December 1, it commenced flying the Dubai-Brussels route.
Our new @BoeingAirplanes 777-300ER with new fully enclosed First Class private suites and refreshed Business and Economy Class cabins has now entered service. #GameChanger https://t.co/dNgeLdrWEX pic.twitter.com/n7NRfDb1Wp— Emirates airline (@emirates) December 2, 2017
The brand-new new cabins in the First Class are fully enclosed from ceiling to floor and the larger seats can be reclined into fully flat beds.
The seat has a “zero gravity” setting to ensure the passenger sleeps better, while the central cabins are equipped with virtual windows, which will broadcast real-time images from the outside.
The seats in the Business Class have a new design and are inspired by the interior of a modern sports car. There is also a 23-inch LCD screen and a personal mini bar at every seat.
In the Economy Class section, passengers can enjoy a refreshed look and feel, with new colours, new designs and upgraded inflight entertainment system.
Watch a cabin tour of the new aircraft’s key features here: