An Emirates 777 aircraft crash landed at Dubai Airport but what could have been a terrible tragedy resulted in a swift evacuation of the aircraft in …
Emirates Puts on a Big Show at ITB While Keeping ‘Superseat’ Design Conservative
The executive Demi-suite is an evolution, as Tim Clark promised, but revolution..not so much.
Week of the Superseat: What Will the Reign of the New Throne Bring?
As mentioned last week, and first revealed by Aircraft Interiors International Magazine, Emirates Airline is finally ready to make its move on revolutionising the passenger experience and it’s obviously taken its time to come up with a whopper of a wallop. But what does it mean for the industry going forward? Is it really a game changer?
Falling into the new seat category which AII has appropriately dubbed ‘super business class’, Emirates says the design of the new Business Class seat is “inspired by the interior of a modern sports car, captured in the diamond stick pattern of a light grey full leather cover, ergonomically designed headrest, and its sleek overall look and feel.”
Long-Haul Luxury or Supersonic Thrill: Which Would You Choose?
Airlines launch new long-haul routes and set new records, on the same week that NASA announces new low-boom Supersonic aircraft project.
So which way are we headed around the world? The long and winding road, or fast as the meteor flies?
Emirates and Boeing Partner for Epic UAV Destination Filming Project
Emirates and Boeing have partnered to sponsor ‘View from Above’ UAV aerial filming project which will span 18 destinations around the world.
Emirates describes the ‘View from Above’ project as “one of the largest aerial filming projects ever conducted using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).”
Filming took place in 18 destinations on five continents, including Emirates’ hub in Dubai and Boeing’s home in Seattle.
Your 2016 Travel Calendar, Courtesy of Emirates
If you’re looking at your sparkling new 2016 calendar and wondering what special flights to pencil-in, Emirates suggests nine new cities which will take off on their inaugural A380 aircraft flights—or one-off flights—this year.
PaxEx Nightmare: Jennifer Aniston’s Emirates Ad is Out and It’s Funny
Emirates Airlines has signed Jennifer Aniston as its brand ambassador for a new $20m global TV and digital campaign and it’s sure getting its money’s worth in giggles.
In this first ad, Aniston dreams that she’s stuck on a plane with no showers or bars. Gasp!
It’s quirky and amusing, in contrast to more stylised high-concept commercials touting the luxury of competitors’ premium products.
“Jennifer Aniston’s appeal and effortless connection with a global audience makes her the perfect choice for our campaign,” said Boutros Boutros, Emirates’ divisional senior vice president for marketing & brand. “As one of the busiest women in Hollywood, Aniston, like many of our customers, enjoys downtime only when she is travelling. At Emirates, we ensure the experience is an exceptional one.”
Emirates Makes Flying Fun For Kids and Families
Emirates Airlines gives children and families the First Class treatment; no matter what class they fly. The charmingly named Tinkerbelle Economy Class Experience has everything a …