Emirates unveiled a brand new design for the interior of the Airbus A380 superjumbo after the handover on July 28, 2008.
The plane will come into active service on August 1, with a flight to New York's JFK airport, which it will cover two hours faster than other long haul jets.
The 14 first class suites continue with the Emirates' tradition of giving premium passengers private spaces.
One of the most headline grabbing features are the two new spa-shower suites which will be available for first class passengers.
The first class cabin has been designed to offer one of the most luxurious experiences available in the air.
Business class will feature 76 lie flat seats on the upper deck of the aircraft as well as a dedicated lounge area for passengers to gather.
Customers in the first class cabin will have a fully reclining seat and a mini bar, as well as a lounge area to relax in.
Economy class will take up the entire lower deck of the plane and provide seating for 399 passengers.
Emirates says economy class cabin has been redesigned to give the appearance of more space by using straight walls instead of curved, and advanced mood lighting system and noticeably quieter cabin will help to combat jetlag.
The cockpit has been designed to be similar to existing Airbus aircraft, thereby reducing the amount of training time needed for pilots.