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Emirates launch posh new first class cabins where every on gets a private suite, zero gravity seats and moisturizing pajamas
New designs are based on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and every single passenger now gets their own suite.
With floor to ceiling sliding doors, each ‘suite’ has 40 square feet of personal space.
The full enclosed cabins mean that passengers now have total privacy while relaxing on their new NASA-inspired “zero-gravity” chair.
The seats are considered to be the best resting comfort for passengers by taking the pressure off a passenger’s elbows, back and neck.
They also each get a 32-inch digital touch screen TV, a full height wardrobe and a pair of binoculars.
The new cabins will first launch on Emirates’ Boeing 777-300 fleet on routes from Dubai to Brussels and Geneva, before being added to routes like Perth and Brisbane.
Unsurprisingly, this type of travel doesn’t come cheap though - a flight from Dubai to Brussels in January would set you back around £4,000.