Emirates' confirms cities to be serviced by refurbished Boeing 777

Emirates' confirms cities to be serviced by refurbished Boeing 777

Retrofitted four-class cabins will be available to book to new destinations from August and September 2024

Dubai carrier Emirates has revealed the cities that will be the first to be served with the fleet’s retrofitted four-class Boeing 777 aircraft.

Passengers on flights to and from Geneva, Brussels and Tokyo (pictured) will be the first to experience the refurbished planes including Premium Economy cabins and Emirates’ next generation Business Class seats.

Geneva flights will operate from 11 August, Tokyo Haneda flights from 1 September and Brussels flights from 11 September 2024.

Emirate's Boeing 777 aircraft

Deputy President and Chief Commercial Officer for Emirates Airline Adnan Kazim said: "Borrowing inspiration from our flagship A380 in every cabin, our Boeing 777 with revamped interiors boast the very best in customer comfort with a new Business Class cabin that provides more privacy for our customers."

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From 1 July, the first Emirates Boeing 777 will undergo its nose-to-tail cabin interior facelift with the whole process taking approximately two weeks before the aircraft goes back into service.

Plans include the refurbishment of the First-Class cabin, and the installation of 38 new Business Class seats in an updated 1-2-1 seating configuration, in addition to 24 of the latest Premium Economy seats, along with 256 Economy Class seats.

All Business Class seats on the newly refurbished Boeing 777 convert to a comfortable flat bed, with 20.7-inch-wide seats, pitched up to 44 inches apart. 

In total, 81 Boeing 777s will be refurbished as part of Emirates’ investment in its retrofit programme. 

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