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Emirates to Launch A380 Flights to Paris

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 Emirates Airline is to launch Airbus A380 super-jumbo flights between Dubai and Paris, France, from 1 February 2010.

Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline, said: This is really great news for us to bring the A380 to Paris and is a result of such encouraging sales in and out of Paris Charles de Gaulle. Our plans to introduce this exceptional aircraft have been accelerated by almost a year which, in the current economic climate, is a major achievement.

The First Class cabin on Emirates A380 features Onboard Shower Spas equipped with leather seating and Timeless Spa signature products.

Emirates' A380 inflight product also features an Onboard Lounge for First and Business class passengers, with a wide range of beverages and canaps, as well as an exclusive space to socialise or simply relax. A further Social Area, incorporating a water feature, is located at the front of First Class.

Passengers will also notice a difference in the Economy Class cabin, most notably the straight walls which give the impression of increased spaciousness and a 32 seat pitch, which is one of the most generous on the market.

Each cabin is equipped with an advanced mood lighting system, complete with a starlit sky, which adjusts throughout the flight to reflect the time at the destination and to help combat the effects of jet lag.

Emirates operates a double daily service to Paris, which is currently served by a combination of Boeing 777 aircraft.

Emirates boasts the world's largest order of Airbus A380s with five in its fleet and a further 53 double-deckers to be delivered. They currently serve Toronto, London Heathrow, Bangkok, Sydney and Auckland.

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