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Dubai’s Emirates relaunches A380 onboard lounge, shower spa services

Dubai’s Emirates relaunches A380 onboard lounge, shower spa services

The A380 onboard lounge, serving First and Business Class customers, will convert into a take-away bar with limited seating capacity and social distancing protocols

Dubai carrier Emirates has resumed its A380 onboard lounge and shower spa services with additional health and safety measures in place.

The A380 onboard lounge, which serves First and Business Class customers, will convert into a take-away bar with limited seating capacity and social distancing protocols. The bar continues to offer wines, spirits, soft drinks and pre-packaged lounge bites for customers to enjoy in their own seats. Customers can also make their orders from their seats.

The social areas in Business Class on select Boeing 777 aircraft and in First Class also re-opened with pre-packed snacks for customers.

First Class customers can once again enjoy shower facilities. Meanwhile, spa products will be provided in individual amenity bags to each customer.

Spa products will be provided in individual amenity bags to each customer

From November 1, Emirates’ onboard dining experience will return to its signature service while observing strict hygiene protocols. Customers in all classes will enjoy multi-course meals and choose from a complimentary selection of beverages including wine and beer, as well as juices and soft drinks. Cocktails will also be served in premium classes.

In Economy Class, customers can choose from two wines; in Business Class, customers can opt from six wines including port and champagne, while in First Class, customers will have a selection of 11 wines including a dessert wine, port and Dom Perignon champagne.

The Emirates app has also been enhanced to allow customers onboard to browse menus on their personal devices both online and offline.

 

From November 1, Emirates’ onboard dining experience will return to its signature service

Emirates will soon launch a welcome drink – Vitality Boost – in First and Business Class. Simultaneously, the carrier’s inflight entertainment, ice, continues to add new content every month.

With recent resumption to several global destinations to fulfill growing travel demand, the carrier’s passenger network will grow to 99 destinations.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates to resume flights to 5 more cities

Emirates has implemented a set of measures to ensure the safety of its customers and employees on the ground and in the air, including the distribution of complimentary hygiene kits containing masks, gloves, hand sanitiser and antibacterial wipes to all customers.

Emirates allows customers to claim medical expenses on flights undertaken until December 31, 2020, and is valid for 31 days from the moment they fly the first sector of their journey.

The airline’s COO Adel al Redha, lended hope in August, when he asserted that Emirates aims to serve 100 per cent of its network destinations, tantamount to 143 cities, by summer 2021.

Read more: Dubai’s Emirates to serve 100% of network destinations by summer 2021 – COO

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