Emi­rates com­pletes $11 mil­lion makeover of its Busi­ness Class lounge at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port

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Emi­rates has com­pleted a ma­jor makeover of its Busi­ness Class lounge at Con­course B of Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port. The $11 mil­lion re­fur­bish­ment project took two years to com­plete and is part of the air­line’s con­tin­u­ous in­vest­ment to im­prove and up­grade its prod­ucts for a seam­less and en­joy­able travel ex­pe­ri­ence.

Emi­rates’ pre­mium cus­tomers can now look for­ward to an en­hanced lounge ex­pe­ri­ence with three new dis­tinct con­cept ar­eas within the Emi­rates Busi­ness Class Lounge. The lat­est food and bev­er­age con­cepts cater to di­verse tastes and in­clude a barista ex­pe­ri­ence in part­ner­ship with Costa Cof­fee, a health hub with Voss wa­ter fea­tur­ing health­ier op­tions, and an ex­clu­sive Moët & Chan­don cham­pagne lounge.

The new of­fer­ing is in ad­di­tion to the seven other lo­ca­tions within the lounge with gourmet cui­sine pre­pared by on-site chefs and a com­pli­men­tary full bar ser­vice, which in­cludes pre­mium wine, spir­its and cham­pagne.

All the food and bev­er­ages of­fered within the lounge are com­pli­men­tary for Emi­rates First Class and Busi­ness Class cus­tomers, as well as Emi­rates Sky­wards Plat­inum, Gold and Sil­ver mem­bers – the air­line’s fre­quent flyer pro­gramme.

Barista ex­pe­ri­ence

Cus­tomers pass­ing through the Emi­rates Busi­ness Class lounge in need of a caf­feine fix can en­joy com­pli­men­tary hand­crafted bev­er­ages pre­pared by Costa Cof­fee baris­tas as well as a fresh range of pas­tries, pro­vided round the clock.

Health hub

For the health con­scious trav­eller, Emi­rates has in­tro­duced the health hub in part­ner­ship with Voss wa­ter. With an in­creas­ing de­mand for health, well-be­ing and more nu­tri­tious meals, Emi­rates is the first air­line to have a ded­i­cated health hub within its lounge.

Cham­pagne lounge

Cus­tomers look­ing to un­wind be­fore their flight can look for­ward to the Moët & Chan­don cham­pagne lounge cre­ated ex­clu­sively for Emi­rates. The firstof-its-kind lounge to be lo­cated in an air­port re­in­forces Emi­rates and Moët Hen­nessy’s long­stand­ing part­ner­ship of over 25 years.

Moët Hen­nessy cham­pagnes are a main­stay of the Emi­rates ex­pe­ri­ence; how­ever, this is the first time an air­line is serv­ing four of Moët & Chan­don’s finest cham­pagnes in one place. This in­cludes Moët Im­périal, Moët Rosé Im­périal, Moët & Chan­don Grand Vin­tage and Moët Nec­tar Im­périal.

To com­ple­ment each cham­pagne, chefs from Emi­rates flight cater­ing and the in-house lounge teams col­lab­o­rated with Moët & Chan­don, to cre­ate a unique se­lec­tion of canapés – from sweet to savoury flavours.

The three new re­fresh­ment ar­eas are the first of a sev­eral new con­cepts planned for the lounges at the Emi­rates hub in Dubai. In the com­ing year, Emi­rates is look­ing to fur­ther im­prove the cus­tomer ex­pe­ri­ence by in­tro­duc­ing a sports bar and a cock­tail bar within its lounges.

The Busi­ness Class lounge in con­course B is one of six Emi­rates lounges at Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port and is part of a net­work of 39 ded­i­cated air­port lounges lo­cated within ma­jor air­ports around the globe. Each lounge has been de­signed with the same at­ten­tion to de­tail and ex­cep­tional ser­vice of­fer­ing pre­mium cus­tomers the high­est stan­dards of com­fort and ease at ev­ery stage of their journey.

Lounge guests can also re­fresh with a shower, un­wind at des­ig­nated quiet ar­eas, stay up to date with the lat­est news and live sports and stay con­nected with com­pli­men­tary Wi-Fi.

Emi­rates op­er­ates daily sched­uled flights be­tween Malta and Dubai on a Boe­ing 777-300 air­craft. Emi­rates flies twice weekly to Malta, on Mon­days and Wed­nes­days, via Lar­naca in Cyprus, and on Sun­days, Tues­days, Thurs­days, Fri­days and Satur­days the air­line op­er­ates the Dubai-Malta route on a cir­cu­lar rout­ing via Tunis in Tu­nisia. The re­turn flight flies di­rect from Malta to Dubai.

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