(06 July 2021)
Emirates has reopened its dedicated First Class
Lounge at Dubai International’s (DXB) Concourse B.
The airline will also continue to operate its
Business Class Lounge in Concourse B which has been serving First and Business Class travellers as well as
eligible Skywards members since July 2020.
With comprehensive bio-safety protocols in place,
customers can enjoy a full range of services
located within the Emirates First Class Lounge, including: a
complimentary facial treatment at the Timeless Spa, complimentary
services at Shoeshine by Mr Cobbler, four fine champagne vintages
at the dedicated Moet and Chandon Bar, special offers at luxury
wine and spirits retailer Le Clos, and limited-edition tea blends
with Dilmah Tea.
The re-opened Emirates First Class Lounge also
features refreshed and more spacious seating in the dining, rest, and
In addition to a generous selection of fine wines,
spirits, and cocktails, Emirates First Class customers can enjoy
an entirely new menu with over 55 individual dishes
created by chefs at Emirates Flight Catering.
Reflecting the latest food trends and customer
feedback, Emirates’ latest First Class Lounge menu offers a
dedicated selection of vegan, gluten-free and other
healthy options, in addition to culinary delight such as
char-grilled wagyu burger, 72-hour braised beef short ribs, foie
gras terrine, Black Angus tenderloin, and a traditional Emirati
Catering to customers flying in from different
time zones, the Lounge offers all-day breakfast and lunch options,
round the clock. A generous selection of refreshing ice creams and
mocktails are also on the menu.
The re-opening of Emirates’ First Class Lounge in
Concourse B is the latest in a phased programme where the airline
has steadily restarted its exclusive ground services
for premium customers over the past year.
complimentary Chauffeur Drive in 70 cities, and Emirates Lounge
operations in Dubai, Cairo, New York JFK, Manchester, Boston,
Milan, and Los Angeles.
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