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#1 TheJoker

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Posted 06 de November de 2017 - 07:39

  • Flyers on airline’s Brussels and Geneva routes to be first to experience new cabins from 1st December

 

 DUBAI, U.A.E., 6th November 2017 - Emirates today confirmed that its first two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with its soon-to-launch First Class product will operate from Dubai to the airline’s Belgian and Swiss destinations starting from 1st December 2017.

 

Emirates’ new First Class cabin will feature six private suites laid out in a 1-1-1 layout, compared to the eight private suites in a 1-2-1 layout on its existing 777 fleet. In addition to the entirely redesigned First Class product, Emirates’ new Boeing 777-300ERs will also boast refreshed features in the Business and Economy Class cabins.

Prior to entering commercial service, the first Emirates aircraft to feature the new private suites will be on display at the Dubai Airshow between 12th and 16th November, following a product reveal on the first day of the show.

Operating one of the two daily flights from Dubai to Geneva, travellers can enjoy the new product on flight EK083 departing Dubai at 1450hrs, arriving in Geneva at 1855hrs. The return flight EK084 leaves Geneva at 2040hrs, arriving back at Dubai International Airport at 0605hrs the following day.

For travellers heading to or from Belgium, the new product will be available on flight EK183 which leaves Dubai at 0820hrs, arriving in Brussels at 1245hrs. The return flight EK184 leaves Brussels at 1435hrs, arriving at Emirates Terminal Three in Dubai at 0015hrs the following day.

Emirates is the world’s largest operator of Boeing 777 aircraft including freighters, flying 165 of these modern and efficient wide-body aircraft to six continents from its hub in Dubai. 

Emirates’ products and services across cabin classes are continually improved and enhanced following feedback from customers. The airline pioneered the private suite concept on commercial flights in 2003, establishing a new standard for First Class travel.

Emirates has a track record of successful innovations that have raised the bar for the industry in terms of inflight customer experience since its launch in 1985. Its fleet of Boeing 777 and Airbus A380s boasts unparalleled entertainment on demand in all classes with its award-winning ice system, and inflight connectivity through in-seat text, email and telephone services, as well as mobile and wi-fi services.

 

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Posted 09 de November de 2017 - 08:14

Algumas imagens dos acabamentos:   https://www.emirates.com/ae/english/



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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 05:23

 

Suite

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Business

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Economy

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Show de fotos/detalhes  no https://thedesignair...on-and-privacy/

 

Aqui a as fotos ficam enormes e pesadas pra abrir,  pra quem não tiver muita velocidade de internet.



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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 06:58

Esse TV/Bar ficou meio estranho.

 

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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 07:09

Speaking to media in Dubai at the launch of the airline’s new first class suite, Emirates President Sir Tim Clark shared that the upgraded Boeing 777X business class seat would “resemble what we have on the Airbus A380s upstairs.”

Clark predicts this will mean  direct and uninterrupted aisle access from every seat, most likely in a 1-2-1 layout, as opposed to the current and far less favourable 2-3-2 configuration in business class on Emirates’ current Boeing 777s.

 

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Esses novos interiores vão ser instalados em +15 77W que a EK ainda tem receber, antes de começar a receber os 779 a partir de 2020. Até lá, duvido que vão retrofitar os 77W +antigos


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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 09:31

 

 



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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 10:02

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#8 TheJoker

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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 15:42



#9 TheJoker

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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 16:02

 

Todas a cabines a partir dos 05:00


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Posted 12 de November de 2017 - 22:32

No final ficou o mesmo total de assentos.

 

6R/42J/306Y = 354



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Posted 13 de November de 2017 - 11:05

é só eu ou ainda continua meio brega esses dourados na EK?


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Posted 14 de November de 2017 - 12:02

DUBAI: Emirates goes two-class to hike 777-200LR seating

14 NOVEMBER, 2017

 

Emirates is to increase the seating capacity on its Boeing 777-200LR fleet, by converting the three-class interior to a two-class cabin.

The carrier's president, Tim Clark, disclosed the plan on the sidelines of the Dubai air show.

Emirates has 10 of the long-range -200LRs with a 266-seat arrangement. This layout comprises eight first-class, 42 business-class and 216 economy-class seats.

But Clark says the 10 aircraft will be converted to a two-class cabin with 302 seats. He has not detailed the specific split between business and economy.

He says, however, that the change will involve revamping the business-class section to eliminate the centre seat in the current 2-3-2 configuration and fitting a 2-2-2 arrangement instead.

Emirates had unveiled a new first-class product at the show which will initially be installed on a number of 777-300ERs.

Clark says the -300ER revamp will be the "template for the future", stating that – while individual capabilities, such as wireless connectivity power, will change – the layout is "essentially what's going to happen" to the Emirates fleet over the next few years.

 

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Posted 16 de November de 2017 - 13:37

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Instalaram camaras pra gerar imagens para as cabines que ficam no meio dos corredores.

 

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Se essa moda pega, vão acabar com todas as janelas de passageiros.


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