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Inside Emirates' new first-class suite - looks like a hotel

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November 12, 2018

Emirates' first-class suite

Austria will be one of the first countries to receive the Boeing 777-300ER, with private suites inspired by Mercedes-Benz.

From first-class to economy-class cabins, the new Emirates aircraft has several features, unique seats and enhanced entertainment systems to provide passengers with an unmatched experience. Emirates unveiled its new first-class suites at the Dubai Air Show in November 2017.

Emirates' first-class suite

More like a sleeping car that you will find on a train than a typical first-class airline seat, a 40-square-foot suite can be completely closed, isolating you from the noise and distractions of the rest of the cabin and allowing you to enjoy your flight in privacy. The design of the suite is inspired by the interiors of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class with leather and fabric upholstery and a spacious leather left seat that can be set to zero gravity mode to lift your body in a natural position without stress points.

Emirates' first-class suite

Emirates' business-class

Emirates' business-class

The company flies to Vienna twice a day and both flights are operated by the Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft. Regardless of the class that passengers choose, they will have the opportunity to enjoy various cab options on flights to the Austrian capital.

Emirates' economy-class

On EK125, passengers can take advantage of the new Boeing 777, which departs from Dubai at 16:50 and arrives in Vienna at 8:00 p.m. The return flight, EK126, departs from Vienna at 9.55 p.m. and arrives at Dubai International Airport at 06:35 p.m. on the following day. The other available connection has flights EK127 and 128, being operated by the Airbus A380.

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