The facility in concourse B, is being opened to meet increased demand from premium customers
Emirates has announced that it will reopen its dedicated first class lounge at its Dubai hub, as more countries relax coronavirus restrictions and implement international travel protocols.
The reopened space will operate alongside the business class lounge in concourse B which has been open since July 2020 to all premium passengers and eligible Skywards reward members.
According to the airline, the first lounge features complimentary services such as facial treatments and shoe shining and the option of four fine champagnes at the dedicated Moet and Chandon bar or limited-edition tea blends with Dilmah Tea.
The facility has been updated to feature new seating in the dining, rest and social areas alongside a new menu, featuring 55 individual dishes which include those for vegan, gluten-free and other healthy options.
The re-opening of Emirates’ first class lounge is the latest stage of the airline’s restart of exclusive ground services for premium customers. This includes complimentary chauffeur drive in 70 cities, and Emirates’ lounge operations in Dubai, Cairo, New York/JFK, Manchester, Boston, Milan, and Los Angeles.