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Emirates new F

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  1. Brostman

    It may seem like a strange question, but I did not find any info regarding my question in searching the Q&A. Every review of the new F suite on EK speaks of the temperature control feature for the new enclosed suites. My question is whether anyone know the range to which the temperature can be adjusted. For sleeping, I enjoy a very cool temperature ( 66-68 F) when sleeping, and I find most airlines keep the temp at warmer degrees which makes for less than comfortable sleeping. Thanks

  2. Clem

    Actually, Lucky mentioned it on this very website:
    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/emirates-new-first-class-review/[/URL]

    [QUOTE]The customizability of the suite is unrivaled. You can control the temperature in your suite (in fairness, you can only make it warmer, and not colder, as the lowest temperature you can set is whatever the cabin is set at). The suite has two individual air vents to maximize circulation, which is great. So even if you can’t turn the air colder, at least you can point more air at yourself, which helps.[/QUOTE]

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