Emirates’ First Class inspired by Mercedes-Benz

The airline has unveiled completely refreshed interiors for its Boeing 777 aircraft, including its highly anticipated First Class private suites
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Emirates has unveiled completely refreshed interiors for its Boeing 777 aircraft, including the highly anticipated and game-changing, fully enclosed private suites in First Class inspired by Mercedes-Benz.

The collaboration between two global brands renowned for innovation, luxury and comfort inspired several designed details including the soft leather seating, high-tech control panels, and mood lighting.

Extending that trademark inflight experience to exclusive on-ground services, Emirates and Mercedes-Benz have extended their partnership to provide a fleet of S-Class cars as part of its complimentary chauffeur-drive service. Emirates First Class passengers arriving or departing in the UAE will enjoy a seamless journey from aircraft to home, and vice versa, in the comfort of these beautiful cars.

The latest Emirates 777 aircraft with these new features will enter commercial service on 1 December, 2017,  making its debut on flights to Geneva and Brussels.

Changing the game in First Class – key product features

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With floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and sleek design features, Emirates’ new fully-enclosed private suites take luxury and privacy to the next level offering up to 40 square feet of personal space.

Created in collaboration with Boeing, Rockwell Collins interior systems, Panasonic, Jacques Pierre Jean Design studio and Seattle-based design firm Teague, each suite combines smart technologies and intelligent design to deliver function and comfort while a whole new colour palette of soft greys, cream and champagne, conveys a contemporary, open and airy feel, with quiet and timeless luxury.

The soft leather seat reclines into a fully flat bed and can be placed in a “zero-gravity” position inspired by NASA technology, giving a feeling of relaxation and weightlessness.

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To ensure all First Class customers have a view, Emirates is introducing the industry’s first virtual windows for suites located in the middle aisle. These virtual windows project the view from outside the aircraft using real-time camera technology. In the other suites, binoculars are available for customers who want to explore the sky outside their windows.

Passengers can easily communicate with the cabin crew, or request room service using the video call function. The suites also come with a service window where customers can be served drinks and canapes undisturbed.

Emirates has retained and updated the most popular features of its private suites such as: the personal mini bar for drinks and snacks and wireless controls to adjust seating positions, as well as to navigate Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice.

Customers can view over 2,500 channels of on-demand entertainment on a 32-inch Full HD LCD TV screen, or project content from their own devices. The viewing experience is now enhanced with brand new Noise Cancelling E1 headphones created exclusively for Emirates. These headphones were designed by award-winning audio brand Bowers & Wilkins to ensure the sound was optimised for the First Class cabin environment.

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Each suite is fitted with an inspiration kit which features a luxury Byredo skincare collection found only on Emirates, Hydra Active moisturising pyjamas, and Bulgari amenity kits.

As with any Emirates flight today, First Class customers can enjoy dining on demand service, with a selection of the finest cuisine prepared by gourmet chefs, accompanied by some of the most exclusive wines, champagnes and spirits in the world. They will be well looked after by Emirates’ international cabin crew representing over 135 nationalities.

The Business Class Cabin Upgrades

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The design and shape of Emirates’ Business Class seat onboard the new 777 was also inspired by the interior of a modern sports car with a seat that has a pitch of 72 inches and moves into a fully-flat sleeping position.

It also has touchscreen controls for the seat and inflight entertainment system, several personal lighting options, privacy panels between seats, a shoe stowage area, footrest, and a personal mini-bar.

The Economy Class Cabin Upgrades

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All cabin classes will be equipped with a new generation of Emirates’ award-winning ice inflight entertainment system offering improved and superior image quality. Each in-seat screen will feature ultra-wide viewing angles, a capacitive touch screen, LED backlight and full HD display.

Emirates is the largest operator of the Boeing 777 aircraft, one of the most popular and advanced wide-bodied aircraft in commercial operation today. The airline has 165 Boeing 777s in its fleet, and a further 164 on firm order, including 150 of the next generation Boeing 777x aircraft. Today, Emirates operates the Boeing 777 to over 140 cities on six continents from its hub in Dubai.

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