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Emirates held A380 premium economy product demo in Tokyo – AeroTime

by Dubaiforum

Emirates has hosted a tour and demonstration of its A380 premium economy product to its guests and customers at Narita International Airport (NRT) in Tokyo.

The demonstration comes after Emirates deployed its signature A380 aircraft on its Dubai International Airport (DXB) – Narita route in November 2023. 

On December 20, 2023, the Dubai-based carrier began introducing its premium economy service to its A380 Narita flights.

The product demonstration allowed Emirates’ trade partners and media guests an up-close and personal experience with the airline’s latest product, as well as its enhanced First and Business Class cabins.

“Since Premium Economy’s debut on our Dubai/Narita flights, the response has been extremely positive and encouraging for us. This accomplishment exemplifies our dedication to providing our Japanese travelers with an expanded array of choices, as they plan their journeys, ensuring service excellence and a comfortable yet seamless travel experience,” Satish Sethi, Emirates’ Country Manager for Japan said in a press statement. 

Sethi added: “Emirates Premium Economy has elevated the standards of travel and has taken this cabin’s competitive edge to new heights with its meticulous design and industry-leading service quality.”

Emirates’ Premium Economy cabin is situated at the forefront of the main deck, with 56 seats arranged in a 2-4-2 configuration. Customers on Premium Economy can travel in a spacious setting complemented by tailored features such as in-seat charging points and a side cocktail table.

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