Is Emirates First Class lounge open? Well, that is the latest airline update. With a growing number of international travelers relaxing restrictions and setting up protocols to ease travel restrictions, Emirates has reopened the Emirates’ First-Class airport lounge at Dubai International (DXB’s) Concourse B, in response to the increasing number of premium passengers through and through Emirates hub.
Emirates operates Emirates’ Business Class Lounge in Concourse B for its First and Business Class travelers and Skywards members to continue using the lounge. This is a hot update for airline news enthusiasts.
Because of comprehensive bio-safety protocols, customers can enjoy a full range of services offered within the Emirates First-Class Lounge, including a complimentary facial treatment in the Timeless Spa and complimentary services at Shoeshine by Mr. Cobbler. It also includes special offers at Le Clos, one of London’s leading luxury wine and spirits retailers, four fine champagne vintages at the dedicated Moet and Chandon bar, and limited-edition tea blends with Dilmah Tea.
Additionally, the resumed Emirates First-Class Lounge features new and spacious seating spaces for dining, relaxing, and socializing. Apart from the social distance rules in the seating area and general enhanced hygiene, the most pleasant aspect is that the lounge buffet has returned to the Emirates Lounge. However, rather than self-service, the lounge personnel will serve as desired at the buffet station.
The selections are pretty much similar to that of the pre-pandemic days. Apart from that, the chefs from Emirates Flight Catering have created 55 new dishes specifically for Emirates First-Class passengers. The number of employees has been increased, and few employees are solely responsible for sanitizing the tables and surroundings. The crew has also moved the First-Class lounge furniture so that Emirates frequent flyers are familiar with the First Class area.
Because of customer feedback and the latest food trends, Emirates has just launched a new First-Class Lounge menu offering vegan, gluten-free, and other healthy options. A wagyu burger prepared char-grilled, 72-hour braised short ribs, a foie gras terrine, Black Angus tenderloin, as well as a traditional Emirati breakfast are among the culinary highlights. In the dining room, there is a specialized kitchen and personnel to service First Class guests. Emirates has maintained the same service standards observed in the First-Class Lounge.
Emirates has gradually and safely reopened its exclusive ground services for premium customers in Concourse B over the past year due to its phased reopening of Emirates’ First-Class Lounge. Emirates Lounges are available in Dubai, Cairo, New York, JFK, Manchester, Boston, Milan, Los Angeles, and complimentary Chauffeur Drive in 70 cities.