It's that time of the year when people seek the thrill of warm weather, far from the chilling winter that pervades many continents now. From South Africa to Jamaica, the attraction is sunny skies and warm weather. But for UAE, Dubai Emirate is especially lucky to enjoy such warm weather all year round, so why not take advantage of this and travel to Dubai with Emirates airline this Christmas and start your new year touring the vast tourist delights of Dubai and other emirates.
A double bonus for Emirates' First Class and Business Class passengers who can now look forward to a seamless, premium travel experience, with the introduction of new bespoke transfer shuttles.
With an investment of over AED 73 million, the custom-built, state-of-the-art shuttles will transport First Class and Business Class customers to and from their departure gates, if a flight arrives or departs away from the terminal at Dubai International airport. With 41 transfer shuttles currently in operation - 15 dedicated for First Class and 26 for Business Class, Emirates' premium customers can enjoy the shuttles' stylish interior designed to reflect the ambiance and quality of their onboard experience.
"We are constantly reviewing every touch point along the journey of our premium class passengers, to find ways we can further enhance their travel experience with Emirates," said Tony Chandler - Vice President - Product Development and Operations Improvement, Emirates. "With the addition of the new transfer shuttles, our vision is to extend and interpret the luxury of our onboard product in a way that will both delight and exceed the expectations of our discerning customers."
Emirates' premium class customers can enjoy a memorable 'door to destination' journey with a range of premium class services and products including a chauffeur drive service and over 30 dedicated lounges across the Emirates network. With the introduction of the luxury transfer shuttles, customers will have no interruption to the ambiance and comfort that they have come to expect on Emirates' premium cabins.