At the Dubai Airshow this week, Emirates present its entire fleet of aircraftnotably the last superjumbo A380 reconfigured, as well as its Diamond DA42-VI and Cirrus SR 22 trainer aircraft. The Embraer Phenom 100 charter jet will also be on display. The Boeing 777-300ER and the Airbus A380 will display all new company livery.
The A380 on display at the Dubai Air Show is equipped with the new Premium Economy class, as well as new interiors and latest appointments in all cabins. It is one of the first ten aircraft to receive a complete transformation as part of a $2 billion modernization program.
The Emirates stand, open to all visitors to the Dubai Airshow, provides insight into a number of Emirates’ divisions. One of the strong points of this year will be the experience of its staff. Starting with cabin crew training, gamified elements inside Emirates aircraft will simulate future cabin crew experiences by showcasing the latest methods of learning and developing service skills . Visitors to the show also get a glimpse of the new onboarding experience for future employees of the Emirates Group.
The official Emirates store offers model airplanes and other travel and aviation items in the colors of the Dubai airline. For the first time, the airline’s Airbus A350 model is on sale exclusively at the Dubai show.
The Emirates Flight Training Academy is also presenting its newest and most advanced training aircraft, the Diamond DA42-VI, received at the start of the year, in addition to its single-engine Cirrus SR 22. Emirates instructors are on hand to provide information on the qualified airline pilot training program.