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Guided by the three themes of Expo 2020 Dubai: mobility, opportunity and sustainability, the Emirates Pavilion was designed to reflect the dynamic lines of aircraft wings ready to take flight.
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The 26 slanted architectural fins that cover the entirety of the pavilion will hold over 800 metres of LED lights to create multi-sensory effects and movement across the structure, showcased by lightshows during every night of Expo.
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The interior of the Emirates Pavilion includes an enclosed floor plan which allows natural daylight to enter the space, reducing energy consumption.
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Before passengers even board, future technologies at airports are transforming our travel experience on the ground. Emirates Pavilion visitors will be able to explore different biometric end-to-end passenger processing systems.
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The fuselage of tomorrow will help visitors dive into the phenomenal transformation happening in the world of cabin interiors.
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Visitors will learn about the advances being made in engine propulsion and thrust for next generation aircraft.
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The future lab will explore innovative metallic and composite materials that are being developed, improved and adopted to offer better flying performance.