Emirates will be showcasing its Airbus A319 aircraft at Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2022. The airline’s luxury private jet, aptly named ‘Emirates Executive’ will be on display on 1st November to visitors who want a glimpse into the spectacular world of private luxury flying.
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Emirates Airbus A319 Aircraft Configurations
The aircraft’s configuration is designed with a high level of comfort in mind. Below are some of the key features:
- Can carry up to 19 passengers with a spacious living and dining area,
- Ten private suites with fully flat-bed seats, ambient lighting, a mini-bar and 32 inch screen in each suite.
- Customers can also rejuvenate in one of the largest Shower Spas in the air, or separate powder room, all finished in classic walnut and marble fully kitted-out with fine linens, and a range of select luxury bath and spa products.
- Dining experiences are fully curated and customised, and customers can choose from intimate private dining on demand, or banquet-style buffets, all rounded off with a show-stopping wine and beverage list.
- Gourmet meals are prepared with the finest, freshest, locally sourced ingredients and served by a dedicated team of highly trained and experienced inflight crew.
- The aircraft’s expansive lounge area can also be adapted to customer preferences, like being set as a personal office for conferences and meetings or simply to relax. The lounge seats also convert to full-size beds.
- The Emirates Executive aircraft can fly for up to eight and a half hours non-stop to locations within and outside the airline’s network.
- Since it launched in 2013, the aircraft has flown to 131 airports around the world. Emirates Executive has also partnered with luxury holiday tour operators, for sold out sojourns crafted to explore the very best in natural wonders and wildlife across different regions.
Emirates Executive Cabin Crew also wear exclusive uniforms, to match the distinctiveness of the private jet’s service. Here’s a glimpse of the earlier private jet: