Yesterday, Emirates Airlines acquired its 123rd Airbus A380 Superjumbo. The new registered aircraft (A6-EVS), the last to join the fleet of this model, marks another milestone in Emirates’ unwavering commitment to the 21-year plan.
The receipt of a new aircraft “Emirates Airlines” in the midst of an unprecedented global epidemic is a new confirmation of its hope for a return to industry and a strong demand for travel.
Emirates was the first airline to order the A380 at the Farnborough Air Show 2000. This was followed by improved commitment and the ordering of 15 more aircraft at the 2001 Dubai Airshow, in a bold move just weeks after the September 11 events, which posed an unprecedented challenge to the global industry.
Emirates’ commitment is a key component in launching a project to integrate European aviation players and the global supply chain to build and market the world’s largest commercial aircraft with full double decks and spacious cabin space.
Emirates President Sir Tim Clark said, “The A380 is very special in many ways. At Emirates Airlines, it has given us the opportunity to redefine the travel experience, effectively cater to the needs of low-capacity airports, and fuel the growth of our network. (The A380 will be our flagship product and a key feature of our network plans for years to come. “
Clark added: “The aircraft we receive today is equipped with the latest cabin products, including premium economy class. Compared to the first A380 we received in 2008, we look at the numerous upgrades and upgrades we have invested in to ensure a unique and memorable Emirates A380 experience. We would like to thank Airbus and all our project partners for introducing many industry first innovations in the Emirates A380 and, most importantly, for making improvements in delivering the best product to our customers. In addition, Emirates Airlines has announced that it will operate two flights daily to its Seychelles from December 24 to January 9, 2022. Emirates Airlines currently operates daily to cater to holiday needs and offer customers greater flexibility and travel options. Flight to Seychelles with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The second daily service will promote tourism to popular Indian Oceans during the winter holidays, especially from popular markets including France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, the United States, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Emirates Flight EK707 departs Dubai at 10:20 am and arrives in Mahe at 2:55 pm. Flight EK 706 departs Mahe at 8:35 am and arrives in Dubai at 1:10 pm. As of January 10, 2022, Emirates operates 10 flights a week to the Seychelles, operating two flights a day on Fridays and Saturdays. And on Sundays.
Emirates Airlines has reaffirmed its commitment to the Seychelles with the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Seychelles Tourism Board at Expo 2020 Dubai. The memorandum identifies various joint ventures aimed at promoting trade and tourism in the country.
Emirates Airlines has safely resumed operations to more than 120 locations on its global network via Dubai.
In addition, Emirates Airlines announced it would upgrade its capacity on flights between Dubai and Brisbane in the state of Queensland, starting yesterday after Australia reached its target of reaching 80% vaccination rate with two doses, after easing government restrictions on international travel. Emirates Airlines will operate at full capacity between Dubai and Perth in Western Australia from February 5, 2022.
As international flights return to Queensland at full capacity, the EK430 can carry more than 350 passengers from Dubai to Brisbane, operating the Boeing 777-300ER in three classes. Emirates Airlines will increase its weekly capacity on the Dubai-Brisbane route to five times a week from January 1, 2022, with more opportunities available as demand grows.
Emirates Airlines will increase the number of “EK 420/421” flights on the Dubai-Perth route to five a week, increasing its capacity, and allowing Australian citizens and residents to return to their home countries, as well as international travelers planning. Visit Western Australia.
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