Emirates will debut its new A380 on-board lounge at the Infinite Possibilities stand in its home-base of Dubai at the 2017 edition of the Arabian Travel Market.
Dubai-based airline Emirates will cut the number of flights it offers to United States following attempts to ban travellers from Muslim-majority countries by president Trump. Since taking office in November last year, Trump has signed two executive orders banning refugees and citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the US.
Emirates has announced that it will introduce a second daily service to the island of Bali in Indonesia, on July 2nd. The new service will be added to meet the growing demand for travel to and from Bali, offering travellers more convenience and connectivity options.
Emirates will introduce a new service to enable customers to use their laptops and tablet devices until just before they board their flights to the US. Emirates customers travelling to the US via Dubai will be able to utilise their laptops and tablet devices on the first part of their journeys, and also during transit in Dubai.
Emirates has returned to ITB Berlin with its spectacular triple-deck Emirates Infinite Possibilities Stand. During the show hundreds of visitors explored the futuristic stand and its unique features, such as an enhanced version of the signature Emirates A380 on-board lounge that is making its first public appearance during ITB Berlin 2017.
Emirates will launch a series of new cabin products and enhancements in 2017 for both its A380 and Boeing 777 fleet. The multi-million dollar cabin interiors upgrade programme includes an enhanced on-board Lounge for its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft.