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Emirates identifies initial routes for 777 first-class revamp

Middle Eastern carrier Emirates is to deploy a new Boeing 777-300ER first-class cabin initially on the Brussels and Geneva routes.

The airline is set to unveil the new first-class product at the Dubai air show on 12 November.

Emirates will put the cabin into service on 1 December, installed on 777-300ERs operating its EK83 and EK183 services to the Swiss and Belgian cities.

The carrier says its cabin will feature six "entirely redesigned" private suites – configured across the cabin in a 1-1-1 layout, compared with the previous 1-2-1.

It has also "refreshed" aspects of the business- and economy-class cabins, it adds. Emirates has 165 777s including 137 -300ERs, according to Flight Fleets Analyzer.

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