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Emirates Airlines operates all Sydney flights with “giant” aircraft


Emirates Airlines has announced plans to upgrade its service to the Australian city of Sydney, operating three daily flights with the giant Airbus A380.
The carrier confirmed that the announcement confirms its commitment to expanding the options and opportunities for its customers to access the various stations of its global network as it deploys the “giant” service to serve Sydney on its third daily flight. For the week beginning November 4, 2023.

63 flights per week
The Emirates A380 aircraft, with a three-class configuration and 489 seat capacity, will replace the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft currently used on the EK 416/417 aircraft, adding more than 260 additional seats each day in both directions. More capacity. Connection opportunities to and from Dubai and global access to popular destinations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
A third Airbus A380 service will upgrade the other two flights to Sydney, with the same type of double-decker aircraft offering a “premium economy class” cabin.
Emirates Airlines currently operates 63 flights per week to Australia, offering approximately 56,000 seats to its four main gateways, with three flights each to Melbourne and Sydney, two flights per day to Brisbane and a daily flight with an A380 to Perth. On the flight, the carrier has resumed service between Melbourne and Singapore, connecting Sydney to Christchurch, New Zealand, offering passengers a single “gigantic” experience across the Tasmanian Sea.
According to Emirates Airlines, the third Sydney flight, using an A380, will depart Dubai at 9:30pm and arrive in Sydney at 6:20pm local time. The return flight will depart Sydney at 9:10pm and arrive in Dubai at 4:30am local time.

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Return to Adelaide
Emirates Airlines has revealed that the start of receiving Airbus A350 aircraft in winter 2024 will allow it to further expand its global network, strengthen its fleet and free up long-haul flights to serve points such as the city of Adelaide. As part of its commitment to reconnect passengers from various corners of Australia with its global network, the airline is in discussions to resume its non-stop service to Adelaide Airport.

Nadia Barnett
Nadia Barnett
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