Emirates' Premium Economy Class Photo: TravelNews Asia

Emirates to showcase Premium Economy Class cabin at Arabian Travel Market 2022


Emirates will showcase its Premium Economy Class cabin at Arabian Travel Market 2022 (ATM) in Dubai from May 9-12.

Emirates’ Premium Economy Class seat which will be on display at ATM is a luxurious take on the traditional cabin, providing more comfort with legroom of up to 40 inches, wide seats that span 19.5 inches with a generous 8-inch recline, and other thoughtful touches for customers to comfortably sit back and relax.

The airline will also feature the First Class fully enclosed private suite found on board its Boeing 777-300ER, the newest generation A380 Onboard Lounge, the Boeing 777 Business Class seat, along with other iconic products such as the First Class Shower Spa and its generously pitched Economy Class seats.

Over ATM’s four days, Emirates’ executives and commercial teams will be at the airline's stand (ME3210) in Hall 3 with a busy agenda of face-to-face business meetings, taking the opportunity to network and reconnect with travel trade industry partners.

The trade show, organized annually by Reed Exhibitions and held at the Dubai World Trade Centre, is expected to welcome 20,000 visitors from over 112 countries this year.

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Emirates were a good deal before when someone needed reasonably priced flight from Japan say to Europe with one stop in Dubai.

Now its no time to fly with them yet since some kinds of tests are compulsory both on way to Europe and back to Japan/UAE policy/...so yes they will need wait more in my case...once they will drop these policies will be back and will enjoy their flights to Europe again /even at higher price in JPY thanks to bad rate of yen/

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@ Eastman: No PCR test required to transit through Dubai - if travelling to UK from Japan, then the only test required would be for your re-entry into Japan...as an example.

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..oh! but you are unvaccinated. Sorry, Quarantine for you too!

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I wouldn't give one cent of my hard earned to that despotic country or any of their businesses.

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Personal opinion only, but I've never been fond of sovereign wealth funds (the airline is a subsidiary) that are less than fully transparent about their timely financials. And what/who they invest in. No thanks.

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Financials are starting to come out.

According to AFP, losses at airline came in at 3.9 billion dirhams ($1.1 billion) in the 2021-2022 FY to March, with revenues up 91%, as the airline expanded its global capacity and reinstated flights. Still, the Emirates Group, including its ground-handling firm Dnata, posted an annual loss of 3.8 billion dirhams ($1.0 billion), but with revenues up by 86% and “strong customer demand.” In the previous year, Emirates posted a $5.5 billion annual loss. The Middle East’s largest carrier said it received a capital injection of $954 million from its owner, the government of Dubai, to help it survive the crisis. No word yet on how much debt they own.

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