The largest air carrier of the United Arab Emirates launches a multibillion-dollar upgrade of its fleet of airliners. It consists of 165 operating and 164 ordered boards based on the Boeing 777 model, all of them will now receive an exclusive interior design. The first of these aircraft, re-equipped in cooperation with the designers of the German Mercedes-Benz, was recently shown to the general public.
In the first class cabin there are no seats – passengers here are supposed to have personal suites with an area of almost 4 square meters. m., with doors from floor to ceiling. The armchair is laid out to the level of a bed more than 2 m long, in the locker underneath there is Hydra Active pajamas, with sea laminaria lotion microcapsules. The passenger has a 32-inch LCD panel and a media computer with a wide range of functions, plus Bowers & Wilkins headphones with a special noise reduction system.
Passengers of business class are also partially isolated from each other, although they are in the common salon space. To their services personal armchairs with adjustable length of the support under the legs and lumbar support. Plus a computer, a personal mini-bar, charging ports for gadgets, etc. Only 42 places on the scheme 2-3-2.
The economy class will accommodate 306 people in ergonomic chairs, with a standard set of services. An interesting detail – the new design includes experimental elements created by the method of 3D printing . While these are only decorative grilles of ventilation panels and the casing of CCTV cameras, Emirates Airline designers have wide plans for using this technology in the future. Do not have to do a dozen planes.