Emirates definitely knows how to make first class passengers feel like they’re on top of the world during their flight. The private suites promoted earlier this year were finally put to good use as the airline finished its first flight aboard the revamped Boeing 777 #automagic
As promised, some lucky, rich passengers were able to take advantage of the luxury accommodations. Six fully enclosed suites were opened to VIPs. In the 40 square feet spaces, passengers could relax on zero-gravity seats and get distracted by the virtual windows. As the cabin doesn’t have actual windows, the same sensation was mimicked by real-time cameras projecting a HD view of the outside world.
As for the seats, they are made from quality leather and apparently guarantee zero pressure for the elbows, back and neck. That’s not all; the suites close with ceiling-to-floor doors, offer a service window or a video call service when you want to ask for snacks and drinks. Passengers have Safari binoculars, active noise cancelling headphones from Bowers and Wilkins, a super-wide 32-inch full HD LCD TV with 2,500 channels to access at their disposal, as well.
The moment they feel like taking a nap, they just have to adjust the lighting and climate to fit that need.
How long do you think it will take until they bring AI assistants on board or VR entertainment?
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