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Emirates’ Premium Economy to extend to São Paulo and Tokyo Narita

Emirates’ Premium Economy to extend to São Paulo and Tokyo Narita
  • Premium Economy to be introduced on Emirates’ A380 service to São Paulo from 19 November, representing the first in Emirates’ Latin American network
  • Tokyo Narita becomes Emirates’ first point in Japan and second in its Far East network to offer the enhanced experience, to be deployed daily from 20 December
  • Newly-retrofitted A380 aircraft features 484 seats with refreshed interiors across all cabins and renowned signature experience

 Emirates announced that two more locations in its network—Sao Paulo starting on November 19 and Tokyo Narita starting on December 20—will begin to provide its popular Premium Economy service.

While Tokyo Narita will become the second gateway in Emirates’ Far Eastern network and the fifth point in the airline’s North and South American network where flights will operate with the new cabin class, featuring extra legroom, premium features, and amenities, Sao Paulo will become the fifth point in the airline’s North and South American network.

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Emirates’ Premium Economy seats are now available for purchase on flights between Dubai and Sao Paulo beginning on November 19. These flights will first depart three times per week before increasing to daily service in December. On flights EK318/319 to and from Tokyo Narita, Premium Economy will be made available every day starting on December 20.

The aircraft, which will be used on the routes in a four-class configuration, will have 338 seats in Economy Class, 76 in Business Class, and 14 First Class suites in addition to 56 Premium Economy seats, which are arranged in a 2-4-2 layout at the front of the main deck.

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Sao Paulo will become the 13th city where Emirates will operate its newly retrofitted flagship A380 aircraft, while the number of points offering Premium Economy will increase to 14 with the addition of Tokyo Narita as the airline’s retrofit programme picks up speed and the product expands to more routes on its network.

Along with the new Premium Economy seats, the modified aircraft that will fly the routes have newly updated interiors that offer an improved experience in all other cabins with a fresh look and feel. Through, Emirates sales offices, and travel agencies, Seats can be booked immediately.


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