Emirates to introduce First Class services to Dhaka from March 1

The airline is set to debut its First Class suite for the first time to Bangladesh

- A Monitor Desk Report Date: 27 February, 2021 | 713 Views
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Dhaka: Emirates has announced it will introduce First Class services on the Dubai to Dhaka route, starting 1st March. The airline is currently the only international airline to serve the country with First Class services – offering customers superior products, services, and comfort in air and on-ground. 

Emirates will deploy its wide-body Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class cabin configuration – offering six seats in First Class, 41 in Business Class, and 213 spacious seats in Economy Class. 

Travellers to/from Dhaka can experience Emirates’ First Class product on flight EK 585 departing Dhaka at 1:00hrs and arriving in Dubai at 4:25hrs, local time. The return flight, EK 584 will depart Dubai at 15:45hrs and arrive in Dhaka at 23:00hrs, local time. 

Tickets can be purchased either at the Emirates Sales Office in Dhaka, Chattogram, and Sylhet, via travel agents, or by visiting www.emirates.com/bd

The Emirates Boeing 777-300ER offers First Class passengers a private suite with seats that recline to a fully-flat bed, personal electrically-controlled mini-bar, and a wide-screen 32” HD LCD screen. Features also include electrically-operated privacy dividers, offering passengers ultimate privacy and exclusivity. Customers can also enjoy regionally-inspired gourmet meals and more than 4,500 channels of visual and audio entertainment on the airline’s award-winning ice system. Emirates’ First Class travelers can also enjoy the luxury of First Class lounge at Dubai airport and complimentary chauffeur-driven airport transfers, amongst many other privileges.

In 2017, Emirates launched its First Class Game-Changer on its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, redefining the premium travel experience for passengers. Last year, the airline was recognised as “World’s Best First Class 2020” by customers on TripAdvisor. aviation news bd

Emirates launched its operations in Dhaka in 1986, serving the country for more than 35 years. The airline currently operates 15 weekly flights to/from Dhaka, set to increase to 16 weekly flights starting 4 March - connecting passengers to more than 90 destinations within its global network, via Dubai. Earlier this week, Emirates was recognised as “Friend in Need” at The Bangladesh Monitor Awards for its exceptional support and ongoing commitment to the country in the face of the global pandemic. 

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