Emirates to Operate Airbus A380 to Los Angeles

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[HD video below] Emirates is to upgrade its flights between Dubai and Los Angeles with the flagship A380 starting on 2 December 2013.

The A380 will replace the Boeing 777-300 ER which currently services the route.

Demand for our award-winning onboard service has steadily grown and customers have been requesting our industry-leading A380 to LA for some time now," said Orhan Abbas, Emirates Commercial Senior Vice-President of the Americas. As Los Angeles is known for its luxury and the Hollywood lifestyle, bringing our A380 into the market was a natural fit as it allow every Emirates passenger the chance to experience the glamorous life at 35,000 feet before they arrive in LA.

The 489-seat Emirates A380 offers 14 Private First Class Suites, 76 lie-flat beds in Business Class and 399 spacious seats in Economy Class.

First Class passengers have access to two Onboard Shower Spas, while all premium passengers on the upper deck can socialise at the Onboard Lounge with an array of beverages and snacks.

Passengers in all classes of service experience Emirates renowned hospitality, receive a generous baggage allowance, have inflight Wi-Fi and mobile phone connectivity, as well as one of the very best inflight entertainment systems which boasts more than 1,400 channels of films, TV programmes, games and music.

The A380 service will operate daily as EK215 departing Dubai at 08:20 (local time) and arriving at Los Angeles Tom Bradley International Terminal at 12:50 (local).

The return flight, EK216, departs Los Angeles at 16:00 (local) and arrives in Dubai at 19:50 (local) the following day.

Emirates, the largest A380 operator in the world, has 34 A380s in service and an additional 56 A380s on order; receiving one A380 delivery per month, on average.

Emirates A380 First Class and Business Class - HD

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