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Emirates executive new look


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Emirates Executive’s new sleek and stylish uniform made its formal debut at MEBA last week in December 2014.

Using the iconic Emirates uniform as a starting point for inspiration, the Emirates Executive uniform features a sleek red shift dress and a beige cropped jacket. The highly recognisable red pill-box hat remains, but the side veil has been removed and a neckerchief has been added for vintage appeal. The signature Emirates red and beige colour palate was also retained. The final design sought to provide comfort and flexibility for the Cabin Crew, while making a distinctive statement about the premium the flying experience offered by Emirates Executive.

The uniform is now being worn on all Emirates Executive flights by the dedicated team of Cabin Crew exclusively serving the Emirates Executive private A319 jet.

Terry Daly, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, Service Delivery said: “The Emirates Executive uniform represents a balance of timeless elegance and modern sensibility. It epitomizes the experience we want our passengers to have aboard our private jet, while retaining elements of the iconic “Emirates” look. We also wanted a look that pairs with the cosmopolitan mix of passengers we are seeing on Emirates Executive.”

Launched just 16 months ago, the Emirates Executive A319 private jet has offered charter services to most locations worldwide, and has been commissioned for destinations like London, Hong Kong, Johannesburg and Lagos. The aircraft’s configuration was designed with a high level of comfort in mind and can carry up to 19 passengers. Emirates Executive introduced private suites with heightened innovations and a large multi-functional lounge area on-board, which can be used for family congregating or business conferencing, among other activities.

Emirates showcased its Airbus 319 aircraft at Middle East Business Aviation Business Aviation 2014 (MEBA) in Dubai last week in December .



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