After more than a year of operation, Emirates Executive, the luxury private jet arm of Emirates airline, has flown more than 450 hours to destinations in Europe, Africa, Far East and Middle East. Emirates will be showcasing its Airbus 319 aircraft at Middle East Business Aviation Business Aviation 2014 (MEBA) in Dubai next week.
Since August 2013, Emirates Executive has offered charter services to most locations worldwide and beyond the existing Emirates network. The aircraft’s configuration was designed with a high level of comfort in mind and can carry up to 19 passengers. Emirates Executive introduced private suites and a large multi-functional lounge area on-board, making it a service versatile enough to provide bespoke experiences to both private customers and large groups.
The configuration of the Emirates Executive A319 aircraft is based on two main areas. A wide dining and executive lounge at the front of the aircraft is designed to seat up to 12 passengers, combining a work area and a rest zone with two large sofas surrounding four mechanically-activated tables and two 42” HD LCD screens. The second distinct area comprises of 10 Private Suites, each featuring a fully lie flat seat and a 32” HD LCD screen.
The suites are complemented by a generous sized Shower Spa. A signature element of the Emirates premium experience, it is equipped with a full-height shower, innovations like a floor heating system, decorative serigraphy on mirrors and marble accents, as well as luxury, all-natural skincare products.
Customers can also enjoy a variety of multi-course culinary and premium beverage options from Emirates’ award-winning menus, as well as tailored menus to suit any palette or dietary requirement. The aircraft is equipped with state-of-the-art technology including Emirates’ award winning in-flight entertainment (ice) with more than 2,000 channels of on-demand entertainment, as well as live TV, video conferencing facilities and high-speed Wi-Fi and mobile phone connectivity. The personalised service for customers includes booking an aircraft at short notice and a premium chauffeur drive service.
The A319 aircraft is supported by a dedicated team of highly trained and experienced inflight crew and ground staff. Emirates has introduced exclusive uniforms for Emirates Executive Cabin Crew, to match the distinctiveness of this exceptional service.
Emirates currently operates daily scheduled flights between Malta and Dubai via Larnaka, Cyprus.