Emirates set to showcase four-class A380 at the Dubai Airshow.

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Emirates will showcase its four-class configured A380 at next week’s Dubai Airshow from the 14th to 18th November. The aircraft on display will feature the airline’s recently introduced Premium Economy Class cabin, in addition to refreshed interiors and enhancements across all cabins onboard its newest A380 aircraft.

Emirates will deploy more than 50 Airbus A380s by the end year.

Always a popular draw for aviation enthusiasts and trade visitors, Emirates’ latest generation Airbus A380 will be decorated with the unique ‘United Arab Emirates 50’ livery, celebrating the Golden jubilee of the UAE.

“The Dubai Airshow has long been one of the most important events in the aviation and aerospace calendar. This year, all eyes will be on Dubai as the industry bounces back with global aviation and aerospace players reconvening in person to forge new partnerships and engage in strategic dialogue. The event will be seen as a bellwether for the industry’s pace of recovery, and a showcase for technologies that will drive its future progress. As a leading player in commercial aviation, Emirates will be setting the stage with its latest products and services on display, and engaging with its partners on various activities at the show”, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group, said.

Emirates and TAP extend their agreement to 23 more destinations.

Emirates will also be displaying its Cirrus SR 22 and Embraer Phenom 100 training aircraft, utilised by the Emirates Flight Training Academy. Emirates Flight Training Academy instructors will be on hand to provide tours of the training aircraft.

Emirates will open the flying display of the first afternoon of the airshow with a special fly past comprising of an Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777 adorned with the special 50th livery and Expo 2020 Dubai liveries, joined by partner UAE commercial airlines, and followed by the UAE’s air-display team, Al Fursan.

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