Enhancements range from retrofitting cabins to new culinary offerings
Dubai-based Emirates Airline is spending more than US$2 billion to make improvements to its current fleet and enhance the customer experience.
The investment will fund the airline’s retrofit programme that, which will cover more than 120 aircraft, as well as service improvements across all cabins.
An airline spokesperson confirmed that work on the improvements would start in 2022.
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Commenting on the news, Emirates Airline president Tim Clark said: "While others respond to pressures with cost cuts, Emirates is flying against the grain and investing to deliver an ever better experience to our customers."
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Clark also said the airline is rolling out a series of intensive programmes to further improve inflight experience of passengers.
The initiatives, which include a "cinema in the sky experience" and a new vegan menu, will be rolled out in August 2022.
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