Emirates has grounded its A380 fleet and trimmed its global route network. As a result, Emirates routes that were serviced by an A380 are now serviced by 777s. Unfortunately, most of Emirates 777 offer an unspectacular first class experience. But, Emirates’ nine newest 777s feature the company’s newest suites in a 1 – 1 – 1 configuration that are amazing.
Before COVID, Emirates only operated its new 777s to Europe and Tokyo. But for the next two months you’ll be able to fly on Emirates new 777 between Dubai and Singapore on EK352. You can see Emirates’ distinctive 1 – 1 – 1 first class seat map below.
These tickets will put you back about $6k roundtrip, but they’re also bookable via partners like Alaska Airlines.
Emirates has also moved its new 777s to the DXB to JFK route, so you can schedule a trip from JFK to DXB to SIN all in the new suite. Awesome.
Emirates new 777 will remain on the DXB to SIN route until the end of August. After that, Emirates will operate three daily nonstop flights to SIN on two A380s and one of Emirates’ older 777s.