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Flying high

Emirates Executive offers bespoke air travel experiences adapted to unique tastes

Emirates Executive, most recently spied on display at Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2022, has flown almost 500 missions to more than 130 airports. The jet has visited a number of destinations in this region, along with 25 different African airports, 40 points across Asia, 30 points in Europe, as well as multiple cities in the United States, a spokesperson of the airline tells TTN

“We presently have one A319 luxury private jet, which has become highly sought after and consistently booked out by customers who are looking for an even more elevated Emirates experience filled with personalised comforts and with everything offered on this aircraft its often akin to a flying hotel.

“Of course, Emirates Executive also provides our customers the flexibility to fly to destinations outside of the Emirates network and today we’ve visited over 130 airports around the globe,” says the spokesperson.

The Emirates Executive aircraft can fly for up to eight and a half hours non-stop to locations within and outside the airline’s network. Since it launched in 2013, the aircraft has flown to 131 airports around the world.

“As part of our strategy to introduce Emirates Executive to new audiences, we recently partnered with a few renowned luxury holiday tour operators, for sold out sojourns crafted to explore the very best in natural wonders and wildlife across places like Africa, with new tours being planned for 2023.”

Emirates Executive was introduced in 2013, complete with luxury interiors, including an even larger version of the airline’s sumptuous private suites and a generous multi-functional lounge area on-board, enabling a bespoke travel journey.

“Our client profile has been constantly evolving. Although we do often cater to large groups of families and businesspeople, we’ve also supported groups of leisure travellers seeking bespoke air travel experiences adapted to their specific needs and tastes while they enjoy luxury and privacy.

“They’re also looking for a reliable, reputable partner to provide them with a seamless journey when it comes to travel time, efficient service on the ground, and the ability to reach places not regularly serviced by commercial flights while ensuring their journey is as customised as possible.”

The aircraft’s configuration is designed with a high level of comfort in mind and can carry up to 19 passengers. Alongside a spacious living and dining area, the ten private suites give travellers ample personal space and privacy to relax and unwind with fully flat-bed seats, ambient lighting, a mini-bar and 32-inch screen in each suite. Customers can also rejuvenate in one of the largest Shower Spas in the air, or separate powder room, all finished in classic walnut and marble and fully kitted-out with fine linens, and a range of select luxury bath and spa products. Dining experiences are fully curated and customised, and the aircraft’s expansive lounge area can also be adapted to customer preferences.

Emirates Executive Cabin Crew also wear exclusive uniforms, to match the distinctiveness of the private jet’s service.  

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