Emirates to unveil First Class Private Suite at Arabian Travel Market

Visitors of region’s leading travel and tourism exhibition are about to witness a new standard of comfort from Emirates

Emirates are to unveil their new approach towards luxury air travel – the First Class Private Suite – at the Arabian Travel Market 2018.

To celebrate the anniversary of 25 years of cooperation with ATM, the Dubai based carrier will present their new fully enclosed First Class Private Suite designed for their Boeing 777-300ER.

Emirates are set to unveil their fully enclosed  First Class Private Suite — Emirates Arabian Travel Market, First Class Private Suite, Emirates
Emirates will unveil their fully enclosed First Class Private Suite — Emirates

“The suites on exhibit have floor to ceiling sliding doors, soft leather seating, high-tech control panels and mood lighting,” Emirates said in a statement.

“Incorporating cutting-edge technology, they also feature several world-firsts, including, ‘virtual windows’ using real-time fibre-optic camera technology, a NASA inspired ‘zero-gravity’ seating position, and a personal video-call service. Design details within the suite were inspired by luxury automotive brand Mercedes-Benz,” they said.

"Design details within the suite were inspired by luxury automotive brand Mercedes-Benz," Emirates said — Emirates Arabian Travel Market, First Class Private Suite, Emirates
“Design details within the suite were inspired by luxury automotive brand Mercedes-Benz” — Emirates

The carrier will also showcase its latest Boeing 777 Business Class seat and the 80 OnBoard lounge. Other iconic products such as the First Class Shower Spa and the latest version of its generously-pitched Economy Class seats will also be at the display. 

ATM 2018 is the leading travel and tourism exhibition that is taking place from 22 April to 25 April in Dubai.  

The suites also feature several world-firsts, including, ‘virtual windows’ using real-time fibre-optic camera technology — Emirates Arabian Travel Market, First Class Private Suite, Emirates
The suites also feature several world-firsts, including, virtual windows which use real-time fibre-optic cameras — Emirates

“When the exhibition first opened its doors in 1993, Emirates flew 15 aircraft to 32 destinations and carried 2 million passengers. Today, Emirates is one of the largest international airlines serving 159 destinations in 85 countries, carrying more than 59 million passengers to, and through, its hub in Dubai annually,” Emirates said.

“Visitors can experience the Emirates network through an interactive 60-second challenge played on a touchscreen route map. Last year, the airline launched new passenger routes to Newark via Athens, Zagreb and Phnom Penh, and later this year, Emirates will begin services to London Stansted and Santiago de Chile.”