Emirates upgrades its Warsaw service

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The airline Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines will upgrade aircraft to Emirates upgrades its Warsaw serviceBoeing 777-300 coming up with 12 luxurious seats in First class, 42 deeply reclining seats in Business class and 310 generously-sized Economy Class seats, increasing passenger capacity by almost 54%.
Since the launching in February of this year, a record of more than 58,000 passengers travelled with Emirates on the Dubai-Warsaw route. The expansion of its aircrafts’ capacity is part of the Emirates more improved Warsaw service offering more than 5,000 seats every week on` the key destinations routes like Dubai, Bangkok, Delhi, Colombo, Kuala Lumpur, and Australian network. Emirates had started its daily non-stop flights to Warsaw from Dubai in the first week of February this year with an Airbus A330-200.
The new aircraft will be equipped with Emirates’ award-winning ice entertainment system with more than 600 channels on-demand entertainment to choose from which include movies, television programmes, games, audio books and music of various selections.
Baggage allowances for all classes are increased giving a more advantage to travelers. Passengers flying with First Class with Emirates can enjoy a bulk baggage allowance of 50kg while passengers in Business Class are allowed up to 40 kg and a sizable 30-kg baggage allowance for passengers in the Economy class. Both First Class and Business Class passengers will enjoy the airlines’ chauffeur-driven service.
In addition to a more carrying capacity, the operation of the new aircraft will continue to boost for Poland’s import and export industry. For the Emirates SkyCargo utilizing the Airbus A777-300 will hold a capacity of 20 tons in each direction weekly, which means an additional 56 tons capacity on the route. Main imports from Poland include machinery, sporting goods, electrical equipment, medical equipments and leather products other than pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and electronic products.
Emirates operates to 134 destinations in 77 countries including Boeing 777 passenger aircraft with 119 service and a further 63 on order.