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In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes

Saudi Arabia and Kuwait will be the first countries in the Middle East and GCC to be served by the latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft featuring fully enclosed private suites inspired by luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz.

In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Emirates is the world’s largest operator of the Boeing 777 family of aircraft, flying over 160 of these modern and efficient wide-bodies to six continents from its Dubai hub.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Emirates will be operating its latest Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with the ‘Game Changer' First Class suites from Dubai to Riyadh starting from 16 April 2019 and Kuwait starting from 1 June 2019.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
The new Boeing 777 First Class suite with virtual windows and an inspiration kit.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Emirates fully enclosed First Class private suite.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Zero-gravity position.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
The Business Class Cabin.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Refreshed Economy Class cabin.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
The Business Class seats are inspired by the interior of a modern sports car, and feature an ergonomically designed headrest with a sleek look and feel.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
The Economy Class cabin features a colour palette of soft greys and blues.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
Fully enclosed private suites.
In pictures: Latest Emirates Boeing 777-300ER to debut on Middle East routes
The Ghaf Tree motif.