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Emirates already operates 13 A380, with 77 more
currently on order. All the Emirates superjumbos are
powered by Engine Alliances' GP7200 engines, each
generating 72,000 lbs thrust.
e aircra y daily from Dubai to Paris, Jeddah,
Seoul, Bangkok, Sydney, Auckland, Beijing and
Manchester, with twice-daily London Heathrow services
and three weekly ights to Toronto. Asian Aviation was
recently invited to review the carrier's in- ight product.
e airline currently operates the aircra in two
di erent con gurations. Ultra-long range ser vices feature
three-class seating with a total capacity of 489 passengers,
while long-haul cabins are laid out for 517 passengers. A
two -class (business and economy only) A380 is also on
the cards, seating as many as 600 passengers.
Emirates' luxurious A380 premium cabin products
include two on-board shower spas in the rst-class cabin,
featuring amenities produced by the airline's spa brand,
For rst- and business-class passengers, an on-board
lounge is situated at the rear of upper deck, featuring a
fully-stocked bar and a selection of hot and cold snacks.
First-class passengers enjoy at-bed, massage-equipped
private suites, while a new generation of all-aisle, full
at-bed seats is o ered to business-class travellers. e
40 AsianAviation | NOVEMBER 2010
Emirates first-class A380 passengers
are offered two on-board shower spas.
An on-board lounge with a fully-stocked bar is offered to premium passengers.
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