Emirates has confirmed it would retrofit 105 of its wide-body plane with its premium financial system product, along with different cabin enhancements.
The 18-month retrofit programme, scheduled to start on the finish of 2022, shall be fully performed at Emirates’ engineering centre in Dubai.
It should see 52 Emirates A380s and 53 Boeing 777s fitted with the brand new cabin class.
The airline can also be contemplating putting in a brand-new enterprise class product on its Boeing 777 plane, with customised seats in a one-two-one format.
Tim Clark, president, Emirates Airline, mentioned: “Emirates is investing on this retrofit programme to make sure that we proceed to serve our clients’ wants, and supply the very best experiences within the sky.
“Since we launched our premium financial system seats a 12 months again, we’ve obtained a massively constructive response.
“Clients have been amazed by the standard and luxury.”
He added: “As Emirates has completed with our signature First, enterprise and full-service financial system journey experiences, we intend to additional develop our premium financial system into a particular Emirates expertise that’s unmatched within the trade.”
On the finish of the retrofit programme, Emirates could have a complete of 111 Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 plane providing premium financial system seats, together with the six A380s that might have been delivered to the airline with 4 cabin courses by December this 12 months.