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Business Class  B777-300ER
Manchester / Dubai  October 2015

Emirates operates one of the world’s most extensive global networks, something they achieved in 25 years; a relatively short period in aviation terms. Currently operating the world’s largest fleet of Airbus A380 super jumbos and Boeing 777 aircraft, and whilst many older ‘legacy’ carriers are shrinking their networks, Emirates continues to grow in leaps and bounds. And from a First and Business class viewpoint, the airline consistently ‘delivers the goods’.

Sure, the Emirates Dubai terminal often resembles something akin to the great migration in the Serengeti, but the inflight experience and the seats in business and first class are very strong products. Competition, however, is tough with the ever-increasing presence and growth of the likes of Etihad, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines, to name a few. Travellers are spoilt for choice and this rivalry bodes well for those who chose to fly in the premium cabins.


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