Falak Hyat (May 22, 2014)
Emirates Airline has announced its plan of offering customers with bedrooms on the plane, matching the recent plan of Etihad to provide private suites and apartments. The “bedroom concept” will be similar to rooms in hotels or yachts and will be on the Emirates A380 and new 777s planes.
“It’s all about privacy. That’s very much in our current first class private suites product, and our new bedroom concept will take it to the next level,” said Tim Clark, the President of Emirates.
Passengers will be offered a luxurious customer experience in these bedrooms, which will be enclosed and will consist of all sorts of amenities and comforts.
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