Emirates has confirmed that its first two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with its new first-class product will operate from Dubai to the airline’s Belgian and Swiss destinations starting from December.
Emirates’ new first-class cabin will feature six private suites laid out in a one-one-one layout, compared to the eight private suites in a one-two-one layout on its existing 777 fleet.
In addition to the entirely redesigned product, Emirates’ new Boeing 777-300ERs will also boast refreshed features in the business and economy class cabins.
Operating one of the two daily flights from Dubai to Geneva, travellers can enjoy the new product on flight EK083 departing Dubai at 14:50, arriving in Geneva at 18:55.
The return flight EK084 leaves Geneva at 20:40, arriving back at Dubai International Airport at 06:05 the following day.
For travellers heading to or from Belgium, the new product will be available on flight EK183 which leaves Dubai at 08:20, arriving in Brussels at 12:45.
The return flight EK184 leaves Brussels at 14:35, arriving at Emirates Terminal Three in Dubai at 00:15 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.