Emirates to showcase its full range of commercial aircraft at the Dubai Airshow

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Emirates announces that it will showcase its complete family of aircraft, consisting of the airline’s latest modernized A380, the Boeing 777-300ER, the Diamond DA42-VI and the Cirrus SR 22 trainer aircraft used by the Emirates Flight Training Academy At Dubai Airshow which starts Monday..

The Embraer Phenom 100 charter aircraft will also be on display. Emirates planes B777-300ER And A380 will display it all new livery emblematic of the airline. The A380 aircraft on display, one of the first 10 aircraft to undergo an complete renovation part of Emirates’ ongoing $2 billion modernization program will include the famous cabin Premium Economy of the airline, in addition to refreshed interiors and improvements in all cabins.

The Emirates exhibition stand, open to all Dubai Airshow visitors, will showcase a number of Emirates divisions. One of the highlights this year will be employee experience, according to the Emirates press release. Starting with the staff training cabin, fun environments installed on board the aircraft will offer visitors a glimpse of future simulated experiences, providing a cutting-edge approach to learning and developing service skills. Visitors to the Airshow will also get a glimpse of the redesigned onboarding experience for future Emirates Group employees.

The official Emirates store will also be present at the stand and will sell aircraft models and other popular aviation and travel items. For the first time, the aircraft model Airbus A350 of the airline will be in exclusive sale at the Dubai Airshow.

For the most informed, Emirates Flight Training Academy will showcase its newest and most advanced trainer aircraft, the Diamond DA42-VI which she received earlier this year, in addition to her single-engine Cirrus SR 22. Emirates Flight Training Academy instructors will be on hand to provide information. on the Academy’s world-class training program. The Emirates Flight Training Academy is the airline’s state-of-the-art facility that helps meet the global aviation industry’s future needs for qualified professional pilots.

THE customer journey future of Emirates will also be presented on a special stand. This is an enhanced, barrier-free airport experience for travelers, enabled by advanced biometrics in partnership with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) and Dubai Airport.

Emirates will open air show of the first afternoon of the air show with a special flypast including the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777 in the airline’s latest livery, joined by its UAE commercial airline partners, followed by the UAE Air Demonstration Team, Al Fursan.

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