Emirates upgrades Accra service
Dubai, February 14, 2012
Emirates, the international airline of the UAE, recently upgraded its service to Ghana by introducing the Airbus A340-500 on to the Accra-Dubai route.
“Demand for our services to Accra has been steadily building and the introduction of the A340-500 will offer our customers an even better experience when travelling on this route," said Jean Luc Grillet, senior vice president of Commercial Operations for Africa.
“Our customers will now enjoy the very latest Emirates in-flight product, including our multi award-winning ice entertainment system.”
“Additionally, First Class passengers will experience Emirates’ ergonomically-designed private suites, featuring privacy screens for maximum exclusivity and massage-enabled seats which convert into flat beds. Our Business Class customers will experience angled lie-flat beds and those travelling in Economy Class will enjoy the comfort of generously-sized seats.”
“This aircraft upgrade will offer travellers from West Africa markets seamless connections to the Far East, Middle East, Indian subcontinent and Australia, via Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport,” added Grillet.
Emirates serves Accra daily, with an A340-500 aircraft offering 12 First Class Private Suites, 42 seats in Business Class and 204 Economy Class seats. – TradeArabia News Service
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