New York, NY (PRWEB) September 30, 2011
According to Emirates, they will be adding two addition flights to the route, which will fly direct and nonstop to destination of Narita.
The two new additions will be that of a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The craft will be categorized into three classes, which, will include a cabin on the flight for first-class passengers, and one for the business class. In the first-class section, Emirates will have eight suites available, which are considered to be the perfect personal space. The business section will have 42 business seats.
According to Richard Jewsbury, Senior Vice President and Commercials Operations for Emigrates Australasia and Far East, the market in Japan is essential to the Emirates Airlines and with an increased number of flights will strengthen a working partnership between Emirates and Japan.
He continued to say that there is a strong demand in the route, which Emirates launched last year, and the demand is considered to remain strong. Jewsbury adds that he is optimistic that Emirate passengers will appreciate daily available flights to Narita and Osaka.
Emirates has recruited 200 additional Japanese cabin staff. Other specialties of the flight will include Japanese movies, and traditional Japanese meals and delicacies for passengers.
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