October 18, 2021

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The Emirates A380 arrives in Istanbul on its first regular flight

The Emirates A380 touched down in Istanbul today, launching the giant first daily scheduled service between Dubai and Istanbul International Airport.

The carrier had announced the first regular daily service with the Airbus A380 to Istanbul from the beginning of this October.

On this occasion, the A380 carrier flew in 4 classes on today’s flight to Turkey to introduce customers and visitors to the premium economy class.

Sheikh Majid Al Mulla, Senior Vice President of International Affairs of Emirates Airlines and Adel Al Qaeda, Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines for Business Operations in the Gulf Region, Middle East and Central Asia. “EK 123” arrived at 2:25 p.m. Many Istanbul airport officials welcomed them.

Adel Al-Qaeda made this clear by thanking the Civil Aviation Public Administration, Airport officials and all relevant officials in Turkey.

He said, “We are delighted to be celebrating the first regular daily service of the A380 in Istanbul today. Emirates is eager to drive the giant to Istanbul’s new and unique airport. We are proud to have this beautiful city in our network. An important market between Dubai and Istanbul

Emirates’ close relationship with Turkey spans more than 30 years, with the airline operating its first flight from Dubai to Istanbul on July 31, 1987. Today, it operates 17 weekly passenger flights between Dubai and Istanbul with the Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A380. The aircraft offers an award-winning entertainment system. The cabins offer a high level of comfort. Emirates offers travelers a wide selection to travel to more than 120 destinations on six continents, including the Middle East, Far East, Australia, Africa, Europe, North and South America and South Asia.

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Operated by Emirates Airlines, the A380 “EK 123/124” offers 519 seats in Istanbul in three classes: 14 private suites in first class, 76 fully flat beds in business class and 429 comfortable seats in economy class. This will increase the capacity of an aircraft by more than 150 seats compared to the Boeing 777-300ER currently in service.

First class travelers on the Emirates A380 enjoy their own private rooms and shower spa, while they share cabin lounge with business room travelers. Free WiFi is available to travelers in all classes, and they can enjoy being shown on their personal screens through Emirates’ unique, award-winning ice information, communication and on-flight entertainment system, which currently offers over 4,500 different channels.

Dubai and Expo 2020: Since safely resuming its tourism activities in July 2020, Dubai has maintained its status as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, especially in winter. The city offers a variety of world-class experiences to its visitors, tourists and businessmen. It is also one of the first cities in the world to receive the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Safe Travel Seal, a testament to the effectiveness of Dubai’s comprehensive efforts to ensure the health and safety of guests.

Dubai hosts Dubai from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2020. With the main goal of “connecting the mind, creating the future”, the exhibition seeks to promote through collaboration, innovation and partnership around the world. The exhibition lasts for 6 months and offers experiences for different ages and interests including rich and entertaining special events. Fans of art, culture, food and technology will enjoy exhibitions, workshops, live performances and other experiences.

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Health and Safety: Emirates has led the industry in its efforts to alleviate travel stress because it protects the health of its customers to ensure they are safe and confident when making their travel decisions. The airline uses the latest health and safety measures at every step of the journey. It recently introduced contactless technology to make it convenient for customers to go through Dubai International Airport, and upgraded its digital verification capabilities to give its customers more opportunities to benefit from the IADA Passport, which customers can use today at more than 50 airports on the carrier network.

Flexibility and Warranty: Emirates continues to maintain its leadership in the industry with innovative products and services that cater to the needs of travelers in these extraordinary and changing circumstances. As of May 31, 2022, the airline has recently strengthened its customer care efforts with generous and flexible booking policies, and has expanded its insurance plan against various risks, and has helped its customers maintain their mileage and deck status under the Emirates Skyward plan.

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