Move comes as more markets around the world ease restrictions and put in place protocols that enable international travel
Emirates has re-opened its dedicated First Class Lounge at Dubai International’s Concourse B after seeing the number of premium customers grow.
The move comes as more markets around the world ease restrictions and put in place protocols that enable international travel.
Emirates said it will also continue to operate its Business Class Lounge in Concourse B which has been opened since July 2020 for First and Business Class travellers as well as eligible Skywards members.
Services available at Emirates First Class Lounge include a complimentary facial treatment at the Timeless Spa, complimentary services at Shoeshine by Mr Cobbler, four fine champagne vintages at the dedicated Moet and Chandon bar, special offers at luxury wine and spirits retailer Le Clos, and limited-edition tea blends with Dilmah Tea.
The re-opened Emirates First Class Lounge also features refreshed and spacious seating in the dining, rest, and social areas, the airline said in a statement.
In addition to a selection of fine wines, spirits and cocktails, Emirates First Class customers can enjoy a new menu with over 55 individual dishes created by chefs at Emirates Flight Catering.
The re-opening is the latest in a phased programme where the airline has steadily restarted its exclusive ground services for premium customers over the past year.
This includes the complimentary Chauffeur Drive service in 70 cities and Emirates Lounge operations in Dubai, Cairo, New York JFK, Manchester, Boston, Milan, and Los Angeles.
Emirates said last week that it is expecting more than 450,000 passengers to travel from, to and through Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport until July 12 as summer travel ramps up despite continued Covid uncertainty over various travel restrictions to certain countries.
Last month, Dubai Airports reopened Terminal 1 and Concourse D that were shut in March 2020 due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
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