The Emirates A380 has landed in Los Angeles yesterday, as highlight of its celebrated longest A380 service in operation. The double-decker aircraft is known for its collection of Hollywood movies that are being shown on ice Digital Widescreen at 40,000 feet.

The remarkable aircraft, which travels a landmark flight that crosses the Russian Federation, the North Pole, and Eastern Canada, will leave its passengers hanging at 40,000 feet for the entire duration of 16 hours 20 minutes, giving them enough time to indulge into over 400 hours of delightful Hollywood movies in-flight screening.

"Bringing the glamorous A380 set of wings to the City of Angels seemed like a natural fit as this aircraft mirrors the luxury of the Hollywood lifestyle," Emirates' Divisional Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations West Hubert Frach said.

According to Breaking Travel News, flying with the Emirates A380 is an experience like no other. With its generously proportioned Economy Class area, exclusive Business Class mini-pods, and private First Class suites, passengers will surely enjoy the flight that is much talked about all over the world

There are two onboard shower spas on the top deck of the Emirates A380 for its First Class passengers. Meanwhile, Business Class passengers can enjoy the onboard lounge where they can mingle with First Class travellers as well.

The airline began to fly to Los Angeles in 2008 with its Boeing 77-200LR. Later on the 489-seat A380 service was introduced and it was said to be a direct response to the skyrocketing demands of passengers who want to travel between Los Angeles and Dubai.

Emirates 23rd A380 service will operate daily as EK 215 which departs from Dubai at exactly 08:20 and arrives in Los Angeles at 12:50 the same day.

Meanwhile, the return flight, EK 216, leaves Los Angeles International Airport at 16:00 and arrives in Dubai at 19:50 the next day.