These new first class cabins from Emirates come with a zero-gravity bed, virtual windows and total climate control

No one does luxury seating like Emirates, and the airline's latest first class cabin proves it. The new seating option on their Boeing 777 planes includes some very swanky features, including a zero-gravity bed, inspired by NASA, that places no pressure on the passenger's neck, shoulders or back for maximum comfort. The windows have a digital display that allows passengers to see outside the plane even if they are seated in a windowless middle aisle cabin.

Other features include custom mood lighting, video call functions to ask for a flight attendant, floor to ceiling privacy doors, a 32-inch TV with 25,000 channels and a wireless remote, and climate control for every room. There are only six of these cabins on each plane, and booking one also gets customers chauffeur service in a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Talk about flying the friendly skies!

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No one does luxury seating like Emirates, and the airline's latest first class cabin proves it. The new seating option on their Boeing 777 planes includes some very swanky features, including a zero-gravity bed, inspired by NASA, that places no pressure on the passenger's neck, shoulders or back for maximum comfort. The windows have a digital display that allows passengers to see outside the plane even if they are seated in a windowless middle aisle cabin.

Other features include custom mood lighting, video call functions to ask for a flight attendant, floor to ceiling privacy doors, a 32-inch TV with 25,000 channels and a wireless remote, and climate control for every room. There are only six of these cabins on each plane, and booking one also gets customers chauffeur service in a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Talk about flying the friendly skies!