DUBAI- Emirates (EK) is set to present its comprehensive fleet, showcasing the latest retrofitted A380, the transformative Boeing 777-300ER, as well as the Diamond DA42-VI and Cirrus SR 22 training aircraft utilized by the Emirates Flight Training Academy.
Additionally, the Embraer Phenom 100 charter jet will be featured. Both the Emirates 777-300ER and A380 aircraft will display the airline’s newest signature livery.
Exhibition at Dubai Air Show
The highlighted A380 aircraft will include the popular Premium Economy Class cabin, one of the initial ten units to undergo a complete makeover as part of Emirates’ ongoing $2 billion retrofit program. It will also showcase refreshed interiors and enhancements throughout all cabins.
The Emirates exhibition stand, accessible to all Dubai Airshow visitors, will encompass various divisions of the airline. A notable feature this year will be the employee experience, with a focus on Cabin Crew training.
The gamified environments set within Emirates aircraft will provide visitors with a preview of future simulated experiences, offering a cutting-edge approach to learning and service skills development.
Airshow attendees will also gain an early insight into the revamped onboarding experience for prospective Emirates Group employees.
Emirates A350 Die-Cast Model on Sale
The Emirates Official store will be present at the stand, offering a selection of aircraft models and other sought-after aviation and travel merchandise. Making its debut as a Dubai Airshow exclusive, the airline’s Airbus A350 die-cast aircraft model will be available for purchase.
The Emirates Flight Training Academy is set to showcase its latest and most advanced training aircraft, the Diamond DA42-VI, received earlier this year, alongside its single-engine Cirrus SR 22.
The Emirates Flight Training Academy instructors will be on-site to provide insights into the Academy’s world-class training program.
Serving as a cutting-edge facility, the Emirates Flight Training Academy plays a crucial role in meeting the future demands for skilled commercial pilots in the global aviation industry.
A dedicated stand featuring the Emirates Future Customer Journey will be highlighted. This initiative aims to enhance the airport experience for travelers through advanced biometrics in collaboration with Dubai’s General Directorate of Residency and Foreigner Affairs (GDRFA) and Dubai Airport.
Emirates is scheduled to kick off the flying display on the first afternoon of the airshow with a special fly-past featuring the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777, both adorned in the airline’s latest livery.
This display will be accompanied by participating UAE commercial airlines and followed by the aerial performance of the UAE’s air-display team, Al Fursan.
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