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Emirates subtitled the photo: & # 39; We know you liked our Bling 777, so here are the Emirates

In the air with diamonds! Emirates shows off & # 39; Diamond A380 Onboard Lounge & # 39; after a stunning picture of & # 39; crystal-covered & # 39; 777 surprised about the internet

  • The airline posted an Instagram photo of a dazzling first-class lounge on the iconic Boeing A380
  • In December last year, Emirates placed a similar image with a picture of a 777 with a diamond hull
  • Fans are divided, some say it looks tasteless, while others have said it can't be real
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Emirates has unveiled a diamond-encrusted imagination of their A380 first-class lounge after producing a crystal-covered 777 that amazed the world.

The on-board lounge of Emirates, known for its oval bar surrounded by benches, is enchanted in colorful gems and illuminated in purple for the promotional piece.

Emirates subtitled the photo: & # 39; We know you enjoyed our Bling 777, so here's the Emirates & # 39; Diamond & # 39; A380 Onboard Lounge. & # 39;

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But some fans said they found it tasteless and not a worthy upgrade to the classic design, while others said there was no chance it was real.

Emirates subtitled the photo: & # 39; We know you enjoyed our Bling 777, so here's the Emirates & # 39; Diamond & # 39; A380 Onboard Lounge. & # 39; But some fans said they found it tasteless and not a worthy upgrade to the classic design, while others said there was no chance it was real.

In December last year, Emirates shared an image of a diamond-studded Emirates plane in Islamabad. Digital artist Sara Shakeel came up with the idea after taking a photo in Islamabad of an Emirates plane before flying to the Italian city of Milan.

In December last year, Emirates shared an image of a diamond-studded Emirates plane in Islamabad. Digital artist Sara Shakeel came up with the idea after taking a photo in Islamabad of an Emirates plane before flying to the Italian city of Milan.

In December last year, Emirates shared an image of a diamond-studded Emirates plane in Islamabad. Digital artist Sara Shakeel came up with the idea after taking a photo in Islamabad of an Emirates plane before flying to the Italian city of Milan.

Carlos Buzoo wrote on Instagram: & # 39; The wooden and gold design was much more elegant than this. & # 39;

While another fan said: & # 39; Haters will say it has been photoshopped. & # 39;

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It reflects the bling Boeing 777 that was produced last year in the run-up to Christmas and on that occasion the photo was indeed the result of some ingenious Photoshop work.

Sara Shakeel, came up with the idea after taking a photo in Islamabad of an Emirates plane before flying to the Italian city of Milan.

The former dentist often places photos on her Instagram account that she edits to give them a jeweled makeover, and the first-class cabin is her latest work.

The bar on board in the Airbus A380 aircraft usually has fewer blinding colors, with wooden and white surfaces and a soft orange glow from the interior lighting

The bar on board in the Airbus A380 aircraft usually has fewer blinding colors, with wooden and white surfaces and a soft orange glow from the interior lighting

The bar on board in the Airbus A380 aircraft usually has fewer blinding colors, with wooden and white surfaces and a soft orange glow from the interior lighting

The first-class cabin on an A380 at the Dubai airport. Earlier this year, Airbus announced that it would end production of the A380 in 2021, less than 14 years after the first flight.
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The first-class cabin on an A380 at the Dubai airport. Earlier this year, Airbus announced that it would end production of the A380 in 2021, less than 14 years after the first flight.

The first-class cabin on an A380 at the Dubai airport. Earlier this year, Airbus announced that it would end production of the A380 in 2021, less than 14 years after the first flight.

The double-decker Airbus A380 aircraft lands at the Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut, Lebanon in March 2018. Airbus will stop making it in 2021 after struggling to win customers.

The double-decker Airbus A380 aircraft lands at the Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut, Lebanon in March 2018. Airbus will stop making it in 2021 after struggling to win customers.

The double-decker Airbus A380 aircraft lands at the Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut, Lebanon in March 2018. Airbus will stop making it in 2021 after struggling to win customers.

Earlier this year, Airbus announced that it would end production of the A380 in 2021, less than 14 years after the first flight.

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The A380 is just too big to sell. It is made to meet a demand for 800-seat jets that never came true.

Emirates, the last and most loyal customer, said it would switch to smaller aircraft instead.

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