Emirates Airlines has recently unveiled exciting enhancements to its Premium Economy offering, promising passengers a truly elevated journey. Alongside more opulent seats and increased legroom, the airline is now proudly featuring the globally exclusive Chandon Vintage Brut 2016, a prestigious Australian sparkling wine.
Crafted meticulously using traditional methods, the Chandon Vintage Brut 2016 originates from the scenic vineyards of Strathbogie and King Valley in the Victorian Mountains. With six years of lees ageing, this exquisite wine embodies refined taste and sophistication.
In addition to the exclusive Chandon selection, passengers in Premium Economy Class will be treated to a delightful assortment of regionally inspired menus. These menus, curated by Emirates’ skilled chefs, undergo monthly updates to ensure a diverse culinary experience, even for frequent travelers.
Emirates’ commitment to exceptional service is evident in the premium amenities accompanying their Premium Economy cuisine. Passengers can indulge in meals served with linen napkins, fine Royal Doulton china, and stainless-steel cutlery. To complete the dining experience, a tempting array of liqueurs, chocolates, coffee, and tea is available.
Emirates’ dedication to providing the finest in-flight beverages is highlighted through their meticulous selection process. Each drink on the menu is carefully chosen as a preferred best-in-class option, reflecting the airline’s ongoing US$1 billion investment in its wine program since 2006.
With these luxurious upgrades, Emirates continues to redefine the Premium Economy experience, offering passengers an unparalleled journey marked by comfort, elegance, and exquisite taste.
May 19th 2023 : Free Inflight Wi-Fi for All PassengersRead more
Emirates now offers free inflight connectivity to all passengers across every class when they sign up for Emirates Skywards.
This enhancement has resulted in an additional 30,000 Economy Class passengers accessing complimentary Wi-Fi every week. The airline has invested over $300 million in onboard connectivity and has seen a 30% increase in passenger usage compared to last year. Emirates will introduce high-speed broadband on new Airbus A350 aircraft in 2024, providing enhanced connectivity and global coverage, including flights over the Arctic.
Passengers can enjoy free Wi-Fi by joining Emirates Skywards, and nearly 10% of all passengers currently use the service.Read less