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School children treated to tour of Emirates A380


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sfdA group of school children were provided a rare opportunity to walk through the world’s largest passenger aircraft when Emirates operated a one-off flight with the iconic aircraft to the Bandaranaike International Airport on Monday, 14 August. The children from schools in the vicinity were given a conducted tour of the twin-deck aircraft and its First, Business and Economy Class cabins and the unique on-board amenities such as the shower spa and passenger lounge. Seen here are Emirates Senior Vice President West Asia and Indian Ocean Ahmed Khoory and Minister of Transport and Aviation Nimal Siripala de Silva with some of the children.


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