Emirates' new Boeing 777 enters service

Geneva will second route after its initial launch on Brussels-Dubai route
Emirates' new Boeing 777 enters service
By Staff writer
Sat 02 Dec 2017 03:13 PM

Emirates’ new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, fitted with its fully enclosed private suites in First Class, as well as refreshed Business and Economy Class cabins, has entered service.

The new interiors, which were unveiled for the first time at Dubai Airshow last month, have now been introduced to customers on the Dubai to Brussels route. The first flight EK183 landed in Brussels yesterday (Dec 1) with 288 passengers onboard, including a full First Class cabin, Emirates said.

While on the ground at Brussels airport yesterday, Emirates organised special guided tours to provide its trade and airport partners, VIP guests, and members of the media with a first-hand look at the innovative amenities that the airline provides in all three cabins for its customers.

Emirates said it plans to launch the new Boeing 777 on its Geneva flights next, another route that sees high demand for its premium class products.

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