Emirates First Class Suite

Emirates First Class Suite. Credit: YouTube

The Middle East’s largest air carrier, Emirates, has unveiled its brand new meticulously-designed, state-of-the-art first class suites. The new Boeing 777 aircraft is part of a multi-million dollar upgrade, which redefines luxury and comfort, giving fliers an experience-of-a-lifetime.

The fully-enclosed cabins admeasuring 40 square-feet are featured as game-changers, and fliers would love the privacy, mood lighting, gourmet dining, 32-inch TV screens, and more.

The new 777s feature a spacious 1 – 1 – 1 configuration and the interiors are refreshing with a light and modern colour scheme inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class luxury sedan. And, an artistic motif representing the Prosopis Cineraria (Ghaf), the national tree of the United Arab Emirates is used as a design highlight throughout the aircraft.

The fliers would love the middle-aisle-seats as they can enjoy solitude and the live-streaming of views from virtual windows, which display high-definition view using real-time camera technology that is mounted outside of the plane.

The seats are buttery-soft, and are equipped with zero-gravity position inspired by NASA technology, which imparts a feeling of weightlessness and relaxation. Another exciting addition is the mood lighting and temperature control. Apart from which, passengers can stream content from their own devices. And, the suites come with a 32-inch Full HD LCD TV screen and over 2,500 channels of entertainment. The viewing experience is enhanced with the award-winning audio brand Bowers & Wilkins Active Noise Cancelling E1 headphones that are created exclusively for Emirates.

Passengers can request for room-service through a video call function. And, they would be treated to with inspiration kits, which include Bulgari amenity kits, Hydra Active moisturising pyjamas, and Byredo skincare.

The flying experience is enhanced with the gourmet experience that has a wide range of wines, champagnes and spirits, and a personal mini-bar that is well-stocked with snacks and drinks. Meanwhile, the business class seats are designed with an interior of a modern sports car in mind. The new 777 interiors undoubtedly have raised the bar for the aviation industry.