On the eve of the Dubai Airshow 2019, Emirates has announced its participation in the show with a full range of commercial and training aircraft, including two of its latest Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft, one of which is the Expo 2020 Dubai logo. », In blue (mobility), the other in orange (opportunities).
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group, said: “Dubai Airshow is one of the most important platforms to showcase and highlight our innovative aircraft, products and services. As we continue to countdown to the launch of Expo 2020, the leading event in the UAE, we have seen it appropriate to showcase our planes that help promote the world's largest show to participants and visitors at the Dubai Airshow and to the world, which is closely watching the ongoing preparations. For the event. Our mission is clear: we create opportunities and increase mobility by bringing visitors and participants to Expo 2020 with our services to passengers and goods to witness this major global event. ”
The UAE's latest Boeing 777-300ER, featuring the orange Expo logo on the exterior, features innovative passenger cabin interiors, including Game Changer wings, launched in 2017. She gained wide fame. The suites are designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and privacy to Emirates customers. It features floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, state-of-the-art design features, innovative design and state-of-the-art equipment that provide unprecedented levels of privacy, comfort, luxury and complete independence.
The state-of-the-art technology has been introduced in the first-class wing seats, where the leather seat, fully convertible into a fully flat bed, can be adjusted in Zero Gravity, a state-of-the-art NASA technology, to ensure passengers enjoy unprecedented levels of Comforts.
Each seat has a wireless touch unit, which controls options for adjusting light and heat. Emirates, for the first time in the aviation industry, used virtual windows in the middle wings, so that passengers could see scenes outside the aircraft using real-time camera technology.
In each of the other suites, there is a telescope to allow the traveler to enjoy a top view of the areas in which the aircraft is flying in the air. Each suite is equipped with a video call feature, which allows passengers to easily communicate with service crew members for food and various services.
The Emirates A380, which is still popular among aviation enthusiasts and visitors, bears the Blue Expo 2020 logo (mobility).
The aircraft offers 14 luxurious First Class suites, 76 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 429 comfortable Economy Class seats.
Emirates also showcases the Cirrus SR 22 and Embraer Phenom 100, which are used in flight training for Emirates Pilot Training Academy students. Instructors will be there to explain the capabilities of these two aircraft. The Emirates Academy of Pilot Training, which opened at the Dubai Airshow 2017, is one of the latest facilities developed by Emirates to meet the requirements of the global aviation industry of skilled commercial pilots. Emirates Airline is scheduled to start the air show on the first day of the Dubai Airshow 2019, flying in a lineup that includes the Airbus A380 aircraft with the green Expo 2020 logo (sustainability) and the aircraft of the UAE Air Force cavalry team. .
The two-story Emirates Airline stand will be open to all visitors to the showroom, and will include a number of Emirates divisions, including: Emirates Engineering, Emirates Pilot Training Academy, Emirates Air Cargo, Emirates Aviation University, Sales UAE, Emirates Official Store.
The Emirates platform also showcases its first-class wing on the Boeing 777-300ER, which has changed the game rules in First Class travel.
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