Emirates Revamps Business and First-class Amenities

The airline has partnered with Byredo skincare, Bowers & Wilkins, and Bulgari for its latest range of amenities.

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Premium passengers flying with Emirates can enjoy a brand-new range of amenity kits and products, including Bowers and Wilkins headphones for first class.

In continuation of its partnership with luxury label Bulgari, the Gulf carrier will also be offering a total of eight new amenity bag designs in various colors for both business and first class.

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Those in first class will be pampered by Byredo’s travel wellness collection of skincare products, which includes from cleansing face towelette, facial toner, eye cream, chamomile roll-on sleep oil, and chamomile pillow mist spray. The new kits also come paired with a faux leather notebook and pen.

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In addition, first-class passengers will receive new Bowers and Wilkins Active Noise Cancelling E1 headphones, which have been created exclusively for the airline’s first-class cabins. These headphones are said to be lightweight and made of materials like aluminum and sheepskin leather for a comfortable fit.

Initially offered only on Emirates’ new B777 suites, the amenity kits and headphones are now being rolled out across aircraft with first-class cabins.

More information here.


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