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emirates first class

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  1. kitkat

    Hello

    I am planning to fly from singapore to las vegas on emirates first class.

    Singapore to dubai – a380 -800 – 8hrs flight
    dubai to seattle – 777-200er – 15 hrs flight
    seattle to las vegas – 737-800 – 2hrs plus flight

    Las vegas to san francisco – airbus a320 – 1 hr 40 mins
    san francisco to dubai – a380-800 – 16 hrs flight
    dubai to singapore – 777-300er

    I remember reading it somewhere in a blog that says 777-200er aircraft is not good. hence, im reluctant to fly 777-200er. but the time is good for the above flight.

    I didnt see any emirates 777-200er first flight review in this blog.

    can someone help?

    thanks

  2. David W

    EK’s 777-200ER’s have angle flat seats in First. I think these are the seats [URL]http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/21546158-post55.html[/URL]

  3. kitkat

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 15938, member: 29″]EK’s 777-200ER’s have angle flat seats in First. I think these are the seats [URL]http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/21546158-post55.html[/URL][/QUOTE]
    the link shows a very old aircraft. is it really like that for 777-200lr

  4. David W

    EK has both ER and LR versions of the 777-200. ER has the old angle flats while the LR has a suite product similar to its 777-300ERs

    I think you’re on the 777-200LR for DXB-SEA. That’s what Emirates website shows

  5. kitkat

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 15940, member: 29″]EK has both ER and LR versions of the 777-200. ER has the old angle flats while the LR has a suite product similar to its 777-300ERs

    I think you’re on the 777-200LR for DXB-SEA. That’s what Emirates website shows[/QUOTE]
    ya, thanks. i meant to type LR.

  6. Anonymous

    It should be the LR — my husband flew it in October, and it was good. Same seat as the A380, but no bar or shower.

  7. No Name

    [USER=1671]@kitkat[/USER]

    In the future try this tool to find out what plane EK operates on a route.

    [URL]http://www.emirates.com/us/english/flying/service_finder/service_finder.aspx[/URL]

  8. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”Tiffany, post: 15960, member: 7″]It should be the LR — my husband flew it in October, and it was good. Same seat as the A380, but no bar or shower.[/QUOTE]
    yes, the seat is in fact nicer than the a380 in the sense that the walls are higher and suite is wider making it feel larger. The 777-200LR seat is the exact same as the 777-300ER compared in [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/07/04/emirates-777-vs-a380-first-class-which-is-better/[/URL]

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