Dedicated to client satisfaction, Emirates Airline has enhanced its first and business class offering with new luxury products.
The airline has partnered with the likes of BYREDO skincare and Bowers & Wilkins for this, and has bolstered its longstanding partnership with Bulgari with refreshed amenity kits.
Following enhancements, the airline’s first-class customers can enjoy the BYREDO travel wellness range of skincare in their private suites. The allergen-free, chamomile collections were exclusively created for Emirates Airline, providing passengers with a relaxing and hydrating inflight experience.
Products in the BYREDO for Emirates wellness kit include a cleansing face towelette, a facial toner, eye cream, chamomile roll-on sleep oil and chamomile pillow mist spray. The kits are paired with a faux leather notebook and a branded pen.
The next new addition, which will elevate the passenger entertainment experience, is new Bowers & Wilkins Active Noise Cancelling E1 headphones in first class. These headphones were designed by the world-renowned audio brand, Bowers & Wilkins, exclusively for Emirates Airline using a unique hybrid noise cancellation technology optimised for the Emirates first class cabins. The new headphones are lightweight and made from high-quality materials.
Emirates Airline has additionally released its refreshed and highly exclusive kit bags, in partnership with Bulgari. The new set of amenity kits for both first and business class comprise Bulgari’s Green Tea fragrance and contain various skincare essentials to keep customers feeling fresh throughout their flight. In addition to the Bulgari amenity kits, first class customers will be given Hydra Active moisturising sleep suits on long haul overnight flights.
Finally, as well as a selection of the finest cuisine aboard all Emirates Airlines flights, guests can make the most of the airline’s revamped spirits offering across all classes. The drinks menu now includes Hennessy Paradis Imperial as well as the Emirates Vintage Collection – a selection of fine wines stored for up to 15 years, including the Château Cheval Blanc 2004, Château Haut Brion 2004, Château Mouton Rothschild 2001 and Château Margaux 1998, served in first class on select routes.
Meanwhile, in business class, Emirates Airline is serving exclusive champagnes such as Moët & Chandon Rosé Imperial, on all flights from Dubai later this month. A global on board exclusive, Veuve Clicquot Extra Brut Extra Old, will also be available for a limited time on select routes.