Emirates unveils new lavish, first-class cabin suites
(FOX BUSINESS) - Emirates is giving passengers a way to experience the feeling of a private jet while onboard a major airliner.
The airline unveiled its new first-class cabin for its Boeing 777 jets at the Dubai Air Show. Boasting a color palette of greys, cream and champagne gold, it is designed to resemble the inside of a sports car, particularly the Mercedes-Benz. The airline and car company also have partnered to provide first-class passengers with a complimentary chauffer service using Mercedes' S-Class model.
Emirates' announcement comes about two weeks after Singapore Airlines also revealed its new first-class arrangement.
The 777s with the new features will enter service on Dec. 1 from Dubai to Geneva and Brussels, and tickets aren't cheap. A roundtrip flight in mid-December from Dubai to Brussels costs more than $9,000.
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