DXB > MNL > DXB
I believe all of the flights flying to and from Manila uses the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. They incorporate a 2 class cabin with only economy and business classes. The flight is usually takes 7 hours without the time at the airports taxiing.
The economy class product is similar to that of the LHR to DXB route (A380). The product and service is thankfully the same high quality as the other sectors, the differences will probably be its food which usually contemplates the flights origin or destination. click here for the London to Dubai route
The business class in this sector a 777 is different to that of the A380 or London route. Although the tier still incorporates a convertible leather flat bed product, the cabin has a 2-3-2 configuration where all seats are in rows and parallel to each other. The business class in this flight has less privacy than that of the A380 due to the fact you sit next to another passenger rather than an amenity/ storage section like that of the A380. However it is not uncomfortable and still very spacious. The only negative is if you sit next to a window or middle isle you may have to jump over your neighbour to go to the toilets if he or she is sleeping. Your seat will have a shoe rack, your meal menu and a water bottle, you will not have a portable device like the London routes. As you arrive you will be served a beverage such as champagne, juice or soda’s. I have never received an amenity kit in this sector, so I believe its just not included with this route.
The service in this specific flight is similar to that of the London flight. There is two dining service with a snack just before landing. You get a 3 course meal served one by one with an endless offering of warm bread, wine and champagne throughout. All food was delicious and you can taste that they did not go cheap on ingredients. The flight attendant will set your table for you, she will place a white table cloth and then give you a ready prepared tray with your cutlery, towel, condiments, salad and more. All tableware is of high quality and nothing was plastic.
The 777 does not incorporate an onboard lounge as there is not enough space, instead there is a small table in which after take off, is used to put snacks for passengers to grab at their own accord should they wish to roam around. However the service is consistently the same as that of the A380 London route.