This is the final part of a fifteen part trip report from my travels to the Maldives and Dubai. This picture report covers the semi-new Emirates Milan (MXP) – JFK flight on a B777-300ER in First Class.
- Trip Report – United Economy Plus JFK-LAX
- Korean Air First Class Lounge LAX
- Trip Report Part 1 – Emirates First Class on the A380 w/ Shower Suite – LAX – Dubai (DXB)
- Trip Report Part 2 – Emirates First Class on the A380 w/ Shower Suite – LAX – Dubai (DXB)
- Emirates First Class Lounge – A380 Terminal – Concourse A – Dubai
- Emirates First Class Lounge Concourse B – Dubai
- Trip Report – Emirates First Class DXB- Malé (MLE) – DXB B777-200LR
- Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort Part 1 – Airport Experience, Lounge, and Seaplane Transfer
- Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Resort Part 2 – The Resort – Rooms, Upgrades, Amenities, Activities, Restaurants, and Costs
- Male Airport Plaza Premium Lounge
- Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort
- Emirates Business Class Lounge – A380 Terminal – Concourse A – Dubai
- Trip Report – Emirates First Class DXB – Milan (MXP)
- Trip Report – Emirates Lounge Milan
- Trip Report – Emirates First Class MXP – JFK B777-300ER
I’m pretty sure you guys have gotten the idea of the Emirates First Class experience from the other four Emirates First segments so far in this trip report, but just in case…here we go again!
Boarding directly from the lounge via two jet bridges…
Welcome to suite 2K – snack basket, vanity, mini-fridge, writing set, warm towel, dates, Arabian coffee, drink, and nuts.
First class men’s amenity kit. To see the women’s version, check out the A380 trip report.
Slippers and PJs are provided on the MXP-JFK flight. To see further details of the PJs, check out this previous post.
Gotta love those automated double window shades (controllable from buttons below the window and from the tablet mount):
Power outlet and double USB input chargers:
Like the A380 trip, my private suite had the new 23” inch LCD screen, the new mini tablet screen, and a separate remote (also with a screen) – the 777s on the DXB-MLE-DXB and DXB-MXP legs had all three of these but they were the older versions as noted in those trip reports. The new tablet has been updated to HD and now looks like an iPad. It can be used to browse the entertainment choices, view the moving map, view the multiple cameras, adjust the seat, shop, or simply as a remote for the main screen. In addition, you have a remote that also controls the main screen but also allows you to browse the entertainment choices, play games, display the moving map, send SMS, call other passengers on the flight, and more. You could essentially be watching a movie on the main screen, the cameras on the tablet, and the moving map on the remote all at the same time! There’s also the noise canceling headphones, dual USB inputs that allow for on-screen projection and personal media access, and a power adaptor. The ICE entertainment system itself is incredible – literally 100s of movies, 30+ new releases, live news, interesting documentaries and short programs, TV, music, even a series titled Ultimate Airport Dubai.
Cubby used to store my MacBook Air
Three air vents – one behind you, one to the side by the tablet and one in front of you.
After a great lunch in Milan and then trying out a few things in the lounge, we weren’t all that hungry…but here we go!
Canapés and your own bread basket…
Some more caviar…why not?? The chilled caviar was presented with chopped onion, boiled egg, sour cream, lemon, melba toast, and soft blini pancakes. Again, I wouldn’t call myself a caviar fan but it was quite good!
Snacks in the first class galley…
All of our Emirates First Class flights on this trip were awesome. Amazing food, great service, comfy bed and a private suite on all segments.
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Flying Emirates business instead of First? Check out these posts – Emirates A380 Business – JFK-Dubai Trip Report & Trip Report – Emirates Business Class Lounge – A380 Terminal – Concourse A – Dubai
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