Already the world’s largest passenger plane, the new two-class Airbus A380 built for Emirates will hold the most seats ever, with 557 in economy (centre) and 58 in business (top left). Despite more seats being crammed on board, economy passengers will not lose any legroom as first class has been scrapped and there are fewer flat-bed seats in business. The Dubai-based airline said economy will still be spacious and comfortable, and guests will enjoy one of the widest in-flight entertainment screens, at 13.3inches wide. See more photos after the cut…
In addition to more space, those in business class will be able to belly up to an on-board lounge for canapes and drinks. The airline has taken delivery of two of the redesigned A380s and will debut them on the airline’s new Dubai to Copenhagen route.
Emirates’ new Airbus A380 has two classes – business and economy – and will hold a staggering 615 passengers in both cabins
With no first class and fewer flat-bed seats in business class, there are about 130 additional economy seats on the new A380
Passengers who are in economy on Emirates’ two-class A380 will not lose any legroom as the seat pitch will remain unchanged
Emirates’ first two-class A380 was delivered to the Dubai Airshow this week and will be used on the carrier’s Dubai-Copenhagen route
Emirates unveils its first two-class A380
In the two-class configuration, Emirates’ Airbus A380 planes will carry 58 passengers in business class, which offers lie-flat seats
The 58 seats in business class fold into flat beds that measure up to 79 inches in length, allowing passengers to get a decent sleep
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (middle), the vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and Emir of Dubai, greets a flight attendant while touring Emirates’ new Airbus A380 during the Dubai Airshow
Emirates’ business class lounge is stocked with premium spirits, exclusive wines, Champagne, cocktails, beer and non-alcoholic drinks
Emirates’ first two-class A380 prepares to take off from an Airbus plant in Hamburg, Germany, for the Dubai Airshow earlier this month
Source: Mail Online
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