Flying first class airline on Emirates
• Flying First Class on Emirates'
On the way back from Dubai we flew business class. Rather, supposed to fly business class, but the Emirates to upgrade our tickets to the first. To be honest, before I did not even see what it looks like first class - it was the first flight of my life. Now I want to share my impressions and to show what it looks like the most comfortable flight on a plane ...
First of all, the first class has a separate waiting room. If the business lounge you get to the nest, which is always bustling and a lot of people in the hall of the first class there is a vast desert territory:
Long hall - or rather, a few rooms - spread half the airport:
One room into another, the entire space is filled with light:
If the business room there are food stalls, where you yourself have amassed his lunch, then in the first class, there is a full restaurant with excellent service and excellent food. Just sit down, choose and order quickly bring:
Our first class was the standard for the Emirates Boeing 777. In the first class in all eight places - two rows of four compartments. Of course, before takeoff supposed to keep the door open and maintain an upright position of the chair. I sat without taking the legs to the table:
Top no shelves, all the baggage you put under your feet:
What is coupe? To the right is a shelf with the drinks. Pressing a button opens the lid gently, and then just closes smoothly back:
On the table a vase with different sweets - chocolate, chips and cookies:
Conductor bring comfortable sneakers and a dark mask to sleep:
If you need to work in a writing desk set - paper, envelopes and a pen.
On the other side of the table - a compartment for girls. There are various creams and aromatic gizmos:
Before take-off flight attendants treat dates ...
... and bring an excellent freshly brewed Arabic coffee in a teapot:
After takeoff, you can close the door to the compartment and being alone:
equipment is controlled via the touch panel: it is possible to turn on / off all that surrounds you, call the stewardess or opposite - send a signal "Do Not Disturb" (the following photo from another post about the Airbus A380).
If you want to eat in flight, pushed a table:
Some time it is served, and served ...
... bring food. Food I did not shoot, but pointed out that a snack is served 100 grams of this black sturgeon caviar:
After dinner you can take a nap on a completely flat and comfortable bed on which lay a mattress with crisp white sheets and the same snow-white blanket with a pillow: