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Emirates Airlines Brings Virtual Flight Service to Metaverse!

The airline from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Emirates expressed its interest in presenting virtual flights through Metaverse and presenting its first NFT collection.

Emirates is an airline company headquartered at Dubai International Airport, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This airline has decades of experience in the aviation sector which makes it one of the best airlines in the world.

Now, the company which was founded on March 25, 1985, wants to expand into the digital world, by presenting virtual flights that utilize Metaverse technology.

Emirates Airline Ready to Bring Virtual Flights Through Metaverse

Not long ago, the Emirates openly said that the company was very interested in working on the NFT and Metaverse worlds which are currently being loved by many people.

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According to an official statement, Emirates’ virtual reality is called Emirates Pavilion and uses 3D VR technology where passengers can feel the sensation of flying on the Emirates A380 airline which is famous for its luxury.

“It is fitting for our future-themed Emirates Pavilion at the Expo to be reused as a hub to develop cutting-edge future experiences that align with the UAE’s vision for a digital economy.” said Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman and CEO of Emirates.

Emirates Metaverse
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In addition, the airline also plans to release a Non-Fungible Token (NFT). However, Al Maktoum has not provided more in-depth information about his latest innovation. To be sure, he is very happy to invest in the digital world by taking advantage of the popularity of his company.

“We are excited about the opportunities in the digital space of the future and are making significant investments in finance and resources, to develop products and services using state-of-the-art technology that will generate revenue, brand experience and business efficiencies.” said Al Maktoum.

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To date, the Emirates Pavilion project is still under construction and is expected to be released in the next few months.