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AIX: Dasell Spa with Emirates

Posted 1 April 2009 · Add Comment

A luxury Shower Spa enjoyed by First Class passengers on board Emirates A380s is being showcased here at Hamburg by Dasell Cabin Interiors.

“Hygiene and cleanliness is paramount in any aircraft which many of our customers both commercial and VIP realise,” said Norbert Runn head of business development.

“We worked with Emirates designers on this shower spa which offers an added luxury within the First Class cabin onboard five of its aircraft. Two are installed on each with one on the left and one on the right,” he explained. Time has also been taken in to account in the showers. “Due to the amount of water, passengers can only shower for five minutes maximum. And to make it fair on passengers, those wanting to use the Spa put their name on a list and go in order. Emirates flight attendants clean the showers after each passenger's use to ensure hygiene and luxury.”

Dasell is at Hamburg to demonstrate showers to the VIP market, as well as to highlight other cabin products.

“The Shower Spa is just one example of customer solutions we can offer to help make a difference on board any aircraft. We also offer a full range of premium products which extends to lavatory modules, washrooms, changing facilities and urinals. Comfort, hygiene, reliability and defining the future of amenity space is what we are about,” says Runn.
 

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