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Emirates Unveils New Airbus A380 With 615 Seats, Classy! 

Economy class is getting bigger with Emirates unveiling its reconfiguration of Airbus A380-800 planes to hold the maximum seats ever for an airliner. Look at the incredible interior.

Emirates Unveils New Airbus A380 With 615 Seats, Classy! 

Emirates Unveils New Airbus A380 With 615 Seats, Classy! 

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Raising standards

Raising standards

Already the world's largest passenger plane, the new two-class A380 will hold an astounding 615 passengers in business and economy – but travelers in so-called cattle class will not lose any legroom inside Emirates' renovated cabin.

Challenging itself - and making it better

Challenging itself - and making it better

The luxury Gulf carrier has made room for 130 additional economy seats - 13 rows with 10 seats in each, by scrapping the spacious first class cabin and trimming 18 flat-bed seats from business class.

No lesser legroom

No lesser legroom

Passengers in the economy won't have to compromise on legroom.

Dubai Airshow

Dubai Airshow

Emirates' first two-class A380 was delivered to the Dubai Airshow and will be used on the carrier's Dubai-Copenhagen route.

The two-class planes will carry about 100 more passengers than the existing three-class fleet.

The two-class planes will carry about 100 more passengers than the existing three-class fleet.

Business class carries lie-flat seats

Business class carries lie-flat seats

In the two-class configuration, Emirates' Airbus A380 planes will carry 58 passengers in business class, which offers lie-flat seats.

More classy!

More classy!

The business class lounge

The business class lounge

It is furnished with the premium spirits, exclusive wines, Champagne, cocktails, beer and non-alcoholic drinks as well.

To sum it up - it is a class!

To sum it up - it is a class!

After the Dubai Airshow ends, the massive four-engine plane will be used on Emirates' Dubai-Copenhagen route when it starts the commercial service on 1 December. The average flight time between Dubai and Copenhagen is seven hours and a one-way economy class ticket costs about £350 ($540).

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