A lavish ride awaits for the people flying from Emirate’s super jumbo with a double decker jet with four classes of cabin: First, Business, Premium Economy and Economy. The Premium Economy cabin is docked at the front of the lower deck of the plane.
As for the seating, the cabin has 56 seats set up in a 2-4-2 layout. The seats are upholstered in cream leather with wood panelling, and wider than the ones in the economy class. In short, passengers can enjoy an Emirates’s Business class experience. Also, the seats offer 20cm of recline allowing people to rest in a cradle position. However, it will not allow you to lie flat. Each seat is fitted with a six-way adjustable headrest, calf rests, footrests, in-seat charging points, storage, in-arm dining tables and a side table ideal for storing drinks.
For in-flight entertainment passengers can enjoy in the largest screen in the sky in a Premium Economy cabin. The new cabin has an advantage when it comes to using a washroom. Not only this but it also has two bathrooms exclusively for the person travelling in that class. No details have been revealed about the food and beverage options, and whether it will be different from the economy class.