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Emirates opens new first class lounge at Dubai T3

Published: 04/08/2011 - Filed under: News »

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Emirates has opened its second lounge for first class passengers within Dubai International airport’s Terminal 3, catering for passengers departing from gates located in Concourse 1.

The new facility is located in front of the existing business class lounge in Concourse 1, and features a design “in keeping with Emirates’ multi-award winning First Class Lounge in Concourse 2”, with Italian marble flooring and gold-plated Rolex wall clocks from Geneva.

Facilities include two dining areas with an a la carte service, a quiet zone with reclining chairs, a business centre, two 55 and 65-inch LED TVs, showers, a smoking area, and wifi throughout the lounge.

Emirates recently introduced a new premium inflight dining service for business and first class passengers, including Royal Doulton fine bone china and Robert Welch cutlery (see online news July 26).

For more information visit emirates.com.

Report by Mark Caswell


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