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Each seat is equipped with personal Audio Visual on Demand (AVOD) via Emirates' ICE entertainment system. There is an extensive menu of audio and music tracks available. More Information
Each seat is equipped with personal Audio Visual on Demand (AVOD) via Emirates' ICE entertainment system. There is an extensive menu of movies, television programmes and video games available. More Information
Every First and Business Class seat is equipped with a regular 110v AC power port. In Economy, the power ports are located between the seats. Read our guide to in-seat laptop power for more information.
This aircraft features a WiFi hotspot provided by OnAir, which allows passengers to pay for internet access using their credit cards.
Complimentary food and bar service are available on all Emirates flights
Emirates was the second airline to operate the Airbus A380-800 aircraft and currently has three versions of the A380 with slightly different configurations.
This version has a total of 14 First Class seats, 76 Business Class seasts, and 427 Economy Class seats. To verify the correct version of the A380 at the time of booking or at online checking, the follow rows may be used as reference: Economy begins at row 41 on the main deck and ends at row 88; Business Class ends at row 26 on the upper deck.
This aircraft operates with three classes of service. First Class are individual suites with sliding doors. There is also a shower for First Class passengers. Business Class is in a staggered pattern with most seats having direct access to the aisle and a pair of seats down the centre. Economy Class is located entirely on the main deck of the aircraft.
Every seat is equipped with inflight power and individual entertainment.
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With Private Suites in First Class, flat-bed seats in Business Class, and extra room throughout all of our cabins, you can enjoy total comfort on your flight. Switch off and unwind with thousands of channels on the largest screens in the air, delicious meals, and complimentary beverages.
Whether you prefer the window, aisle, or middle seat, get comfy on your flight. If you’re traveling in First Class or Business Class or you’re an eligible Emirates Skywards member, you can select your seats at no cost. When traveling on a Special or Saver fare in Economy Class, you can select your seat for free when online check-in opens. And if you prefer more choice, you can pay for an extra value seat just after you buy your ticket in Manage Your Booking.
And as always, if there are kids or infants in your booking, we’ll do our best to seat you together in family-friendly seats.
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First class seats are at the very front of the A380-800 V.4, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.
Passengers seated in business class on A380-800 V.4 can expect to enjoy a selection of premium meals and beverages. These are usually vastly superior to those offered in economy class which may not include free meals at all on some flights. You can expect a comfortable seat with more legroom but it may not fully recline on domestic flights.
In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.
First class seats are at the very front of the A380-800 V.3, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.
Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A380-800 V.3 when available.
First class seats are at the very front of the A380-800 V.1, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.
Passengers seated in business class on A380-800 V.1 can expect to enjoy a selection of premium meals and beverages. These are usually vastly superior to those offered in economy class which may not include free meals at all on some flights. You can expect a comfortable seat with more legroom but it may not fully recline on domestic flights.
When you purchase an economy class ticket on A380-800 V.1, it means you are sitting in the main cabin, and not located in first or business class. Seats are smaller and packed more closely together, and in-flight services are limited. Economy class seats on domestic routes usually have a seat pitch ranging from a very tight 27 to a generous 32 inches (68.5 - 81 cm).
The price of a first class tickets on A380-800 V.2 ticket varies depending on the airline, flight destination and the time/date of ticket purchase. On average, first class tickets for domestic flights in the United States cost at least $1,300 – but travelers looking to fly first class internationally, will pay significantly higher prices.
Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A380-800 V.2 when available.
Passengers seated in business class on A380-800 V.3 can expect to enjoy a selection of premium meals and beverages. These are usually vastly superior to those offered in economy class which may not include free meals at all on some flights. You can expect a comfortable seat with more legroom but it may not fully recline on domestic flights.
Passengers seated in business class on A380-800 V.2 can expect to enjoy a selection of premium meals and beverages. These are usually vastly superior to those offered in economy class which may not include free meals at all on some flights. You can expect a comfortable seat with more legroom but it may not fully recline on domestic flights.
A seat in premium economy on A380-800 V.2 — directly between the main and business class cabins is measurably more expensive than an economy class ticket and often sells at double the price.
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A look at emirates' different airbus a380 seating configurations.
Emirates flies its many A380s in several different seating and class configurations.
The events of the last few years have seen the Airbus A380 take something of a back seat at certain operators. However, this is not the case at Emirates, which has well over 100 A380s at its disposal. As such, it is no surprise that different seating configurations are available. In particular, the airline has aircraft configured with two, three, and four classes, used for different routes and ranges.
Emirates and the A380
Emirates is by far the biggest operator of the Airbus A380 . It currently has 116 examples of the superjumbo in its fleet, with 85 active in January 2023, according to data from ch-aviation.com. This is much more, of course, than any other airline, and these quadjets make up just under half of Emirates' entire 262 aircraft fleet.
The economies of scale from such a large fleet have meant Emirates has made the aircraft work where, contrastingly, other operators have struggled. The aircraft matches well Emirates' hub operating model, and scheduling, maintenance, and operations all become easier (and cheaper) with the larger fleet.
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With such a large fleet, it is not surprising that there are different configurations. Until recently, Emirates operated two different configurations in terms of the classes of travel offered onboard. These were a three-class configuration with first, business, and economy, and a two-class configuration without first class.
After introducing a premium economy product , the airline now has a third configuration with four seating classes. To make the configurations more confusing, there have also been multiple three-class layouts with different numbers of economy seating. The following is a look at each of the current A380 configurations.
The four-class A380 configuration
The four-class A380 is the newest configuration. It was first introduced in early 2021, featuring a brand-new premium economy design . Premium economy with Emirates features wider seats, with additional legroom, arranged in a 2-4-2 layout (as opposed to 3-4-3 in economy). It also has other additions, such as a larger screen and wood-effect fold-out tables rather than seat-back ones.
Emirates has now taken delivery of its last A380s, with the final deliveries all featuring the new cabin. There are big plans in place to fit the new cabins to many more A380s, and dozens of 777s too. The project is one of the biggest aircraft refits in aviation history. Earlier this month, its first refurbished A380 re-entered service .
The other cabins on this new four-class aircraft configuration have also seen updates . For instance, economy class passengers have new seats with an ergonomic design, a similar wood-effect seat back table, and leather headrests.
Business class retains the same seat but has had a refresh, including new champagne-colored leather covers and a new premium wood finishing effect. First class again retains the same seat product, but the suites have slightly wider and taller doors. Either way, passengers on the refurbished A380s are in for a lovely time.
The main economy cabin occupies the rest of the lower deck, and is reduced to 338 seats. The upper deck layout remains the same as on the three-class configured aircraft, with 76 business class seats and 14 first class.
Two different three-class configurations
The three-class A380 configuration is by far the most numerous. Emirates operates these in two main configurations, differing only in the number of economy seats. The upper deck on all aircraft is the same - with 76 business class seats and 14 first class suites. All A380 configurations also feature the same bar area, which is located on the upper deck at the rear of the business cabin.
Note that all A380 aircraft have the same first class seat design; these are closed mini-suites, not the new full suite found on some Boeing 777 aircraft.
Emirates refers to the different configurations as "three class mid-range" and "three class ultra-long range." The economy seats in both configurations are the same, as are the width and seat pitch. Economy class always occupies the whole lower deck of the Airbus A380 when it comes to these three-class configurations.
However, the main difference on the ultra-long-range aircraft is that there are fewer seats towards the rear of the cabin, with more galley space and a crew rest area placed there instead. All in all, the mid-range version has between 426 and 429 economy seats, whereas the ultra-long-range version has 399 seats.
Two-class business and economy configuration
Emirates has one more configuration with just two classes. The focus here is on capacity, and these aircraft are used on shorter and mid-range routes. As of 2021, Bangkok was the most frequent route, followed by other Asian destinations of Kuala Lumpur, Mauritius, Taipei, Amsterdam, Shanghai Pudong, and Beijing.
They have, since 2021, also been deployed on European routes, including Manchester and Frankfurt . These aircraft offer an incredible capacity of 615: 557 economy seats and just 58 in business class (lower than any other configuration). Economy occupies all of the lower deck, as usual, as well as half of the upper deck.
The first of these dense configuration aircraft, with registration A6-EOP, was delivered in November 2015. While these aircraft are perhaps lacking some of the exclusivity that makes the lower-density configurations so appealing, Emirates' high levels of comfort across all classes still make them an attractive prospect.
Where should I sit?
With so many seats to choose from in each class on Emirates' double-decker giants, choosing where to seat can be a confusing and difficult task. Luckily, Simple Flying took a look at the best spots in each class last week, considering various factors along the way. These included the proximity to toilets and galleys, as well as traveling solo vs in pairs. You can read our analysis of the matter here .
Have you flown on the A380 with Emirates? Do you recall which seating configuration it was? Let us know your thoughts and experiences in the comments!
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This Emirates A380 seat map overview is specifically for the Airbus A380-800 aircraft. This plane in the Emirates A380 fleet comes with a private AVOD (Audio Video on Demand) through the Emirate ICE entertainment platform.
Passengers will have a good time on the flight due to the extensive entertainment systems. All cabins of the Emirates Airbus A380 have an array of audio and music menus, video games, and television shows for passengers to enjoy.
Passengers can go through the Emirates A380 seat map to ensure they know the best seats and the ones to avoid. Every plane’s business and first-class cabin seat has a regular AC power port of 110V. However, a power port is located between seats in the Economy Class. The Emirates A380 seat map can be used to determine which seats are the best and which should be avoided.
The A380 Emirates features a WiFi hotspot. With this internet connection, flights become more enjoyable. However, the internet connection comes with a cost that customers can pay through their credit cards.
Whether on board the Emirates A380 First Class, Business, or Economy Class, you are entitled to a complimentary meal and bar service.
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The Emirates First Class A380 comprises 14 suites with seat 1A, 1EF, and 1K occupying the front rows. These seats may be bothersome due to their closeness to the lavatory.
Seats 4A and 4K are also close to the lavatory and galley as well. As a result, they’re not the best.
The Emirates Business Class A380 is just behind the First Class cabin. The seats 6DG in the first row are not ideal due to their location — too close to the lavatory. However, they come with bassinets, ideal for passengers traveling with babies.
As the Emirates A380 Business Class seat map shows, the seats in the cabin are flat bed seats. Aside from the first row seats, other seats are standard Business Class seats with no noticeable disadvantage.
The Premium Economy Class is behind the Emirates A380 Business Class and is a relatively new addition to the Airbus A380 800 Emirates seating. The cabin is in rows 33 to 40 on the plane’s lower deck. It has two window seats and four in the middle.
The window seats are the most suitable due to their extra legroom and view. Thanks to the bulkhead in front, the 33rd row has enough leg space that other seats lack.
In the Economy Class of the Airbus A380 800 Emirates seating, you can settle for the seats 43ABC and 43HJK. They have extra legroom and are ideal for passengers traveling with infants due to their bassinets. In the Economy Class section, the seats 52A,B, and C and 52HJK are similar to the 43ABC and 43HJK.
The seats 54DEFG are among the best in the Economy Class; they have extra legroom and are also ideal for travelers with babies due to their bassinets. They are similar to the 82DEFG in features.
The worst seats in this cabin are 88ABC and 88HJK due to their limited recline and closeness to the lavatories.
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Amazing seat on a route from London this is a great seat great food
Overall a satisfactory experience, better than many other airlines. Seat width, legroom and recline were better than most other airlines in the Economy class. Entertainment offered ample choice with over 2000 channels available. Food and drink were satisfactory but I have experienced better. The same applies to the service.
To close to the galley. Very noisy due working times in the galley not a "real" first class seat
Far enough away from the lounge so minimal noise. Unless you're 5'11 or shorter, you'll be unable to lie flat. Also, your feet go into a cubbyhole. Very uncomfortable unless you take your shoes off. The table does not have a hinge from which, once it extends, you can push it away from you. Time for Emirates to upgrade to the 787
This is a wonderful seat with extra legroom because there is no seat in front. The only drawback is there is no storage space while the plane is taking off so you have to pull out your goodies on to your seat before hand but not everything. Also the tv screen in in the arm rest so kind of a pain. Best part of this seat is you get extra leg room and you can stand up at any time you want when safe. Also people waiting for the bathrooms are buffered by the 2 seats in front left of you. Note, some airlines block exit in front of you but Emirates has it totally open. Had this seat for a 16 hour flight round trip. Also bring a seat pad (inflatable) for all long trips. Saves your back and butt.
You might want to think twice about sitting in 23K or 23A because right in front of you mounted on the wall is where they keep the reading material (magazines/newspapers) and you will have people coming over continuously to your seat for reading material. Also I never noticed this before because I'm a small sized person however any inward window seat in business class might not be a good fit for a fuller sized person. Getting in an out of the aisle to your seat might be a bit of a squeeze.
The seat was very comfortable with all the normal comfort of Emirates business class, however I was kept awake most of the night due to passengers partying in the lounge. They were very loud. It woke me up several times. I would not sit in this seat again.
Good legroom in this row but a lot of passengeers use this legroom as a walkway between the toilets. This kept me awake most of the night as they stepped on me or otherwise knocked me
Beware this seat is just next to the place where infants are provided
This is a great seat in the business section. Far enough forward of the bar area that I didn't hear any noise at all. It is behind a bulkhead which houses a coat closet. A little busy during boarding, but no one uses the closet once airborne. This bulkhead, combined with a divider between the seat and the aisle, makes for a very private area. Overall, seat was comfortable, with a great selection of entertainment. There are two windows at this seat. You're seated just behind the wing, so your view is about half wing and half ground.
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My son and I just flew round trip between JFK and Dubai, both times in 23E and F, and we were extremely happy with these seats. They are in the smaller rear business class section, which is both quieter and nearer the lavs so less of a hike. At the same time, they are in the front of this cabin, so noise from the bar does not really carry. This row also has the storage areas towards the aisle, so there is no bother from flight attendants or passengers in the front business section passing through on their way to the bar or lavs. I especially recommend these seats for a pair traveling together, but the privacy screen between E and F is high enough that I personally wouldn't be bothered as a single either if A and K seats were not available.
I have chosen to sit in 65D now 3 times. I like having close access to the toilet which is not bothersome. Chair still has a good incline, is a disabled seat so arm rest goes up. Temperature/noise comfortable enough to sleep. Im 5ft 7, size UK22, this is one of the most comfortable economy seats I have tried so far.
On the A380, for my family of 4 this is the 'best' most comfortable seats available with great pitch, entertainment and then food (in that order). 3 of us over 6ft so ideal seats. Everything worked as it should from the seats.
Good seat overall. The screen worked fine, though the headphone jack was a bit fiddly. This seat is nice for long flights as it is just far enough from the toilets that you can stretch your legs a bit. Great amount of room for a 5'7 woman of medium build. Nothing too fancy, but was comfortable enough to get me a little bit of sleep between London and Dubai.
The trip was from Brisbane Australia to Dubai in a nutshell A380 Economy seats are the best.
On EK9 Dubai to Gatwick. Not convinced about the seating style, you feel cramped due to excess stuff, but the service and food is fabulous.
Has a very nice view of the engines while still being able to see what's on the ground. The noise from the engines could become quite bothersome. The seat is quite close to the galley which didn't bother me particularly but it could bother some people.
Dont ever sit in 6D. High traffic and not a lot of space like the other seats. Good if you have a baby though
First time travel I(travelled business class) in in A380. I found the plane very well appointed with excellent facilities provided for the pax at the seats. The entertaiment system was very nice with large tv screen. The bar at the end of the plane was a great feature and was a unique feature.
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The Airbus A380-800 V.1 is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Emirates and has the following seat configuration: 14-76-0-426.
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Seating details ; First Class, 86", 23" ; Business Class, 48", 18.5" ; Economy Class, 32-34", 18"
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Emirates Airbus A380 Seat Specifications ; First, 86/78″, 23″, 1-4, 14 ; Business, 48/70″, 18.5″, 6-26, 76.
Seating details ; Business Class. Lie-flat. 70, 18.5, 6-26, 76 ; Economy. Standard seat. 32-34, 18, 43-88, 399