Emirates today announced that its highly sought-after Premium Economy offering will be introduced to two more points on its network, São Paulo from 19 November and Tokyo Narita from 20 December.
Sao Paolo will become the airline’s fifth point on its North and South American network where flights will operate with the new cabin class, while Tokyo Narita will become the second gateway on the Far East network from Emirates, which offers its latest cabin product, with additional legroom. premium features and amenities.
As the airline’s modernization program accelerates and the product is extended to more routes in its network, São Paulo will become the 13th city where Emirates will operate its newly modernized flagship A380 aircraft, while the number of points they offer Premium Economy will grow to 14 with the addition of Tokyo Narita. In addition to presenting the new Premium Economy seats, the upgraded aircraft that will operate on the routes also feature refreshed interiors that provide an elevated experience in all other cabins, with a new look.
Seats can be reserved immediately through emirates.com, Emirates sales offices and travel agencies.
Of November 19th, Travelers flying between Dubai and São Paulo can book Emirates Premium Economy seats on EK261/262, which will initially be available three times a week and will be expanded to daily flights in December. Premium Economy on flights EK318/319, to and from Tokyo Narita, will be launched as a daily offer from December 20.
The aircraft, which will be deployed on the routes in a four-class configuration, have 56 seats in Premium Economy, located at the front of the main deck and arranged in a 2-4-2 configuration, in addition to 338 seats in Economy Class . , 76 in Business Class and 14 First Class suites.
São Paulo is one of the latest destinations to be operated by the upgraded A380 aircraft in a four-class configuration and marks the entry of Premium Economy into Emirates’ Latin American network. Tokyo Narita is the airline’s first gateway to Japan, where Premium Economy will be available, and follows the product’s debut in Singapore in July.
He Premium Economy The offering has proven immensely popular on the ten routes where the product has already been launched and, with growing demand for travel across its extensive network, is expected to attract those looking for a premium travel experience at an attractive price. . Since Premium Economy was introduced to Emirates’ offering a year ago, more than 160,000 customers have upgraded from Economy Class and chosen to try out the superior experience it offers.
Emirates It currently flies its A380s with Premium Economy seats to global destinations including London Heathrow, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Christchurch, Singapore, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Houston and San Francisco. Premium Economy will also debut on Emirates flights to Mumbai and Bengaluru from October 29.
Premium Economy It is popular with leisure and business travelers, solo travelers, families and more who choose to enhance their travel experience. Premium Economy passengers can expect to enjoy a host of features including luxury seating, more legroom, premium food and beverages, among other benefits and thoughtful value-added features.
On the modernized aircraft, the renovated interiors look Emirates‘the signature ghaf tree motif, as well as other aesthetic enhancements, beautiful designs and new color palettes, evident throughout the aircraft.
Emirates It currently operates daily flights between São Paulo and Dubai, connecting passengers to more than 130 destinations in its global network. EmiratesBrazilian operations also include a Boeing 777 service between Dubai and Rio de Janeiro, connecting travelers to Buenos Aires. Emirates also serves customers in Japan through its three gateways, with daily flights to Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda and Osaka Kansai.
News source: Dubai Press Office