Emirates has launched a private charter service in addition to their world famous commercial airline operation.
Emirates Executive, provides opportunity to charter its ACJ319. The aircraft is configured in two main zones, seating up to 19 passengers in total and is designed to appeal to private and corporate customers alike.
The forward section features dining and executive lounge area seating up to 12 passengers. The lounge combines a work area and a rest zone with two divans surrounding four mechanically activated tables. and two 42in HD LCD screens.
The aft section features 10 private suites, each with a lie-flat seat. The suites are complemented by a ‘shower spa’, equipped with a full-height shower and featuring a floor-heating system, decorative serigraphy on mirrors, marble accents and luxury skincare products.
IFE wise the forward section features two 42in HD LCD screens, whilst the aft features a 32in HD LCD screen. Wi-fi, mobile connectivity and video conferencing are other service features available on-board. The IFE system, ice, offers up to 1,500 channels of on-demand entertainment, as well as live TV, and video conferencing.
In terms of catering, Emirates Executive is offering multi-course culinary options from Emirates’ menus, hot and cold beverages, and customised options “to suit any palette or dietary requirement”.
The ACJ319 is supported by a dedicated team of inflight crew and ground staff. The company says the aircraft can be chartered to most locations worldwide. Emirates Executive’s website is available in English and Arabic, and includes a video showcasing the aircraft.
The ACJ319 will enable Emirates to fulfil increasing demand in the private travel segment in the Middle East as well as into Europe, plus exciting new markets such as India, Russia and China.