The company is particularly banking on Japanese tourists with big budgets, and industry experts believe there is pent-up demand to go to Hawaii after the long pandemic.
The products are planned to go on sale in the coming months and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Emirates Airline Foundation, the airline's charity.
With new long-range single-aisle jets, the industry is shifting and airlines are starting to put narrowbody aircraft on flights across the Atlantic.
JetBlue offers an incredible business class product onboard its London-bound aircraft. Off the plane, however, there's a lot to be desired.
The Airbus A380 was falling out of favor with some airlines when the pandemic hit. But others are eager to bring it back into flying service.
Finding overhead bin space has been a challenge for travelers, but Boeing and Airbus' larger bins have eased the stress.
Flight attendants don't get to enjoy the same level of luxury as some of the passengers they're serving during their breaks from work duties.
JetBlue is offering a culinary experience in both cabins but those paying more for a business class seat might want to request an economy class meal.
Insider went behind the scenes with Singapore Airlines at Golden Door. A week's stay costs $9,950 and discerning guests include Oprah Winfrey and Julia Roberts.
Airbus collaborated with French artist Cyril Kongo on the interior design of its ACJ TwoTwenty bizjet.
My ticket may have only cost around $35 but the low fares can sometimes be too cheap to be true, as thousands of Spirit flyers found over the summer.
Qatar Executive wants to be the go-to for some of the newest and most expensive jets in private aviation, including the $78 million Gulfstream G700.
Australian flag carrier Qantas completed the longest commercial flight in its history on Wednesday, repatriating passengers from Argentina to Australia.
There's a certain weight to international travel that I didn't feel on JetBlue, largely because it's familiar and the plane only seated 138 people.
Emirates is bringing back all the luxuries and extravagances for which the airline is known, including the ability to take a shower at 35,000 feet.
Airbus is making strides in its decarbonization effort with the launch of its new wing demonstrator, a computer model of what the wings will look like.
Airbus has revealed the latest edition of CityAirbus, the company's new eVTOL which could be zipping around cities by 2025.