Bangladeshi travellers to take pleasure from first class suites, thanks to Emirates

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Passengers can like a fully flat bed, personal electrically manipulated mini-bar, electrically operated personal privacy dividers and a wide-screen 32” HD LCD screen within their private suite

Bangladeshi flyers are now able to rejoice, as they should be able to experience first-category suites as Emirates intends on launching the service on its wide-body Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, beginning with March 1.

Passengers can enjoy a fully flat bed, personal electrically manipulated mini-bar, electrically operated personal privacy dividers and a good wide-screen 32” HD LCD screen in their private suite.

They are able to also enjoy regionally-inspired gourmet meals and a lot more than 4,500 channels of visual and audio tracks entertainment on the airline’s award-winning ice program. 

They can also benefit from the high class of the high-grade lounge at Dubai airport and complimentary chauffeur-driven airport transfers, among many other privileges.

The airline happens to be the only international carrier to offer such something currently, as explained in a news release they issued on your day.

The aircraft could have a three-class cabin construction, offering six private seats in first-class suites.

A round trip on the Emirates high grade will cost passengers a lot more than Tk 3 lakh, 6-7 times a lot more than the usual airfare.

The Boeing aircraft may also have 41 passenger seats running a business class and 213 spacious seats in economy class.

The Dhaka-Dubai EK-585 will keep the Bangladeshi capital at 1:00 am and reach 4:25 am Dubai time, while the return flight EK-584 will depart Dubai at 3:45 pm and terrain in Dhaka at 11:00 pm local time.

The introduction of a first-class suite is a first in Bangladesh, although British Airways and Singapore Airlines experienced both introduced first-class services earlier, but was forced to shut it down later because of low demand.

“There is absolutely no first-class suites service in Bangladesh from Biman Bangladesh Airlines. We only have business and market classes,” stated Tahera Khandaker, deputy general manager (press) of Biman Bangladesh Airlines.

“We cannot say that passengers usually do not enquire about first-class tickets, as it is costly and luxurious. But presently, in Bangladesh there happen to be no first-class solutions,” said Aminul Islam, director of Ether Travels and Tours.

"If Emirates begins to own first-class suite services, we trust the demand from the elite course people will be met," he added. Other travel organizations including GoFly as well echoed similar sentiments.

Qatar Airways can be contemplating if they can launch first-class air travel services or not.

Emirates currently operates 15 weekly flights to/from Dhaka, set to improve to 16 weekly flights starting 4 March - connecting passengers to a lot more than 90 destinations within it has the global network, via Dubai.

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