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Emirates New First Class Suite Costs Rs 6 Lakh Per Flight And Is Nothing Less Than A Hotel Room

Published on 17 December, 2017 at 11:00 am By

Flying in Emirates new first class suite is an absolute dream. The Dubai-based airliner has come out with its new Boeing 777 equipped with glorious first class suites designed in partnership with Mercedes-Benz, mimicking the upholstery and features of an S-Class sedan. Those who are willing to drop an estimated Rs 6 lakh for the plane ticket, will get up to 40-square-feet of space, floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that ensures complete privacy, gourmet dining, mood lighting, seats that convert into lie-flat beds and come with sliding privacy doors, and a super-wide 32-inch full HD LCD TV (which according to Emirates is the largest widescreen digital touch TV in the world on any aircraft). Moreover, you also get the option of custom-controlled climate change that allows passengers to adjust the cabin’s temperature to 18 to 26 degrees Celsius / 64 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The private rooms feature NASA-inspired “zero-gravity” seats, virtual windows, and active noise cancelling E1 headphones from Bowers and Wilkins developed exclusively for Emirates. Fliers will get rooms fitted with a pair of Safari binoculars, an entertainment system featuring 2,500 channels and wireless remote. Sounds nice!

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A star feature on the suite are virtual windows that otherwise are windowless cabin suites, and project a high-definition view of the outside using real-time cameras mounted on the plane. The palatial plane also offer NASA-inspired zero-gravity seat that has a “buttery-soft” leather and a lounging position, which the airliner says removes any pressure from the elbows, back, and neck in order to achieve maximum comfort. The “zero-gravity” position gives a weightless feeling.

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There are a total of six suites on the new Boeing 777, all equipped with service windows for on-demand fine dining and beverage options, and a video call function where passengers can, more politely, request room service.

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Care packages for first class flyers include Emirates’ Hydra Active moisturizing pajamas, Bulgari amenity kits, and Byredo skin care products.

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And finally, all first class passengers will be chauffeured to and from airports in Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars.



Well, by all standards the suites are a “hotel in the sky” and certainly one expensive, over-the-top luxurious way to travel.

YouTube star Casey Neistat has trialled Emirates’ new First Class suites and declared them, “The greatest ever aeroplane seat.”

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Watch the video here:


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