Carefree travel with Emirates
Have you ever flown with Emirates, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates? With Emirates, you can fly to over 150 destinations on all six continents.
For example, from Schiphol Airport you can fly to Singapore, Tokyo, Dubai, Bangkok and Melbourne. Whether you opt for Emirates First Class or Business Class, with their ultramodern fleet you will enjoy a carefree and relaxed flight to your destination.
Experience the luxury of First Class
Are you travelling First Class with Emirates? Then you may wish to consider the luxury and quietness of a Private Suite. Many of the A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft of Emirates are equipped with these First Class Private Suites. Each Private Suite is provided with a personal minibar, a massage chair, a lie-flat bed with mattress, and a working area with flat-screen television. Simply close the sliding doors of your Private Suite and you can either carry on with your work without being distracted or enjoy a good night’s sleep.
Carry on working in Business Class
If you opt for the Emirates Business Class, you can continue to work in peace and quiet while travelling. Each seat in this class is provided with a charger for your laptop or tablet, and you can easily send text messages and emails or make phone calls. Prior to your flight, you can use the free internet in the airport’s lounges. In this way, you can comfortably carry on with your work before and during your journey, and arrive at your business appointment well prepared.
Your very own private chauffeur
Your Emirates First Class or Business Class ticket allows you to use the airline’s free chauffeur service. Both on your outward and your return journey, you will be driven to and from the airport by a private chauffeur. Emirates’ chauffeur service is available in over 70 cities worldwide.
For assistance in booking your ticket or for more information about the various travel classes or chauffeur service, please contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to help you.
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