Emirates Airline wins best ‘First class carrier for 2019’ at Tripadvisor

In addition to winning the ‘Best First Class’, Emirates Airline also won awards for Best Regional Business Class Middle East at Tripadvisor

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In addition to winning the ‘Best First Class’, Emirates Airline also won awards for Best Regional Business Class Middle East, Best First Class Middle East and overall Travellers' Choice Major Airline for the Middle East at Tripadvisor.

According to the airline, “TripAdvisor awarded the world’s top carriers based on the quantity and quality of reviews and ratings for airlines by TripAdvisor flyers, gathered over a 12-month

period.”

Emirates’ first class experience provides clients with private suites, in-flight Shower Spa, the Onboard. The features include fully enclosed private suites inspired by Mercedes-Benz that have floor to ceiling sliding doors, sleek design features, soft leather seating, high-tech control panels and mood lighting.

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