Friday, November 13, 2015

Emirates is known for a
lot of things—mainly their insanely luxe first class experience—but
packing in passengers shoulder-to-shouder is a new thing for the brand.
The
new Airbus A830 features enough room to fit 615 flyers, a move that is only
possible because they completely took out their first class service.
That
being said, you can still expect the same 5-star service that the brand has
become known for.
Honestly, the cabin design doesn't feel all that more claustrophic than any
other economy class seating arrangement.
I mean, Emirates was rated one of the
top economy cabins—much in part to their ranking as the airline with the
largest in-flight screens.
The best news: no one is going to lose any legroom,
considering the seat pitch will not change a bit.
Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her
on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.
Emirates got rid of first class to make room for 615 flyers in
their new Airbus A380.
Read more here.

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