New private jet service launched by Emirates

The Dubai-based airline Emirates is the latest to launch an exclusive luxury private jet service, having recently announced that it will be flying the new Airbus 319 jet – a private charter service that can accommodate up to 19 passengers in ultimate comfort. These Emirates Executive planes promise “unsurpassed luxury” and have been decked out with 10 suites with sliding doors, each with fully flat beds, a visitor’s seat, personal minibar and a 32″ HD LCD screen and ICE entertainment system with a choice of 1,500 channels of on-demand entertainment.

Emirates Executive

You get to choose when and where you want to fly and a dedicated multi-lingual cabin crew are on hand to accommodate any special requests. There’s a spacious lounge with two sofas and six lounge seats which can be configured for business meetings and/or fine dining. And, if required, Emirates will tailor a bespoke menu to suit your tastes.

Emirates Executive

The planes also come with full WiFi and mobile connectivity, as well as the facility to do video conferencing if required. An on-board Shower Spa, complete with heated floor, fine linens and a range of luxury spa products, is also available.

Emirates Executive

The service is offered globally but has been created primarily to service heightened private jet flight demands in the Middle East, China, Russia and India. Their promotional video for the new service can be viewed below.

Ben Schusterman is President of ElJet Aviation Services.

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  1. Alexander says:

    New private jet service launched by Emirates
    By Ben Schusterman on Aug 23, 2013 in Air Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, Videos, Worldwide – Read 9154 times

    The Dubai-based airline Emirates is the latest to launch an exclusive luxury private jet service, having recently announced that it will be flying the new Airbus 319 jet – a private charter service that can accommodate up to 19 passengers in ultimate comfort. These Emirates Executive planes promise “unsurpassed luxury” and have been decked out with 10 suites with sliding doors, each with fully flat beds, a visitor’s seat, personal minibar and a 32″ HD LCD screen and ICE entertainment system with a choice of 1,500 channels of on-demand entertainment.

    Emirates Executive
    You get to choose when and where you want to fly and a dedicated multi-lingual cabin crew are on hand to accommodate any special requests. There’s a spacious lounge with two sofas and six lounge seats which can be configured for business meetings and/or fine dining. And, if required, Emirates will tailor a bespoke menu to suit your tastes.

    Emirates Executive
    The planes also come with full WiFi and mobile connectivity, as well as the facility to do video conferencing if required. An on-board Shower Spa, complete with heated floor, fine linens and a range of luxury spa products, is also available.

    Emirates Executive
    The service is offered globally but has been created primarily to service heightened private jet flight demands in the Middle East, China, Russia and India. Their promotional video for the new service can be viewed below.

    Ben Schusterman is President of ElJet Aviation Services.

    If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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    I assume that Emirates Airlines does not count on immediate profits from these aircraft – and that part of the operation is dedicated to the owners.

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