Emirates Airlines resumes its flights to the Australian city of Adelaide

Emirates Airlines announced the resumption of its flights to the Australian city of Adelaide, and set the start date for flights to start on October 28, 2024.

The sources indicated that this step is to restore Emirates Airlines services to Australia as compensation for the period before the Corona pandemic, explaining that the growing demand for travel to and from the south of the country will be met, and Emirates Airlines also allows customers to easily travel to Dubai, and via it to more than 140 destination.

The sources stated that the first flight was launched by Emirates Airlines to Adelaide in 2012, while it transported more than 165,000 passengers between Dubai and Adelaide in 2019, and during next December the corporation decided to resume its flights to Perth, where it provided the equivalent of 77 flights within a week.

The sources explained that Emirates flight EK 440 from Dubai will depart at 2:00 am and arrive in Adelaide at 8:50 pm, while the return flight EK 441 will depart from Adelaide at 10:35 pm and arrive To Dubai at 5:15 am, noting that all times are in local time for both Dubai and Adelaide.

Reports revealed that Emirates currently serves Australia with 63 flights per week, to Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, with A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft, transporting 56,000 passengers per week to and from these four major cities, The carrier has finally doubled its premium economy class seats on the Flights to Melbourne starting early February.

Emirates' two daily flights to Sydney will also operate with A380 aircraft in a four-class configuration, and Emirates will also operate an A380 to serve its second flight between Dubai and Brisbane, so that the two flights to Brisbane will operate with giant aircraft during next October, and as of the first of December, Emirates will restart its second flight to Perth with a Boeing 777-300ER.

Flights to Osaka:

Sources reported that Jet Airways is strengthening its efforts to improve its flights to the Japanese city of Osaka, which in turn represents the second Japanese destination for the Emirates Airline Police, starting from June 1, 2024. It is also one of the carrier’s newest products, and is very popular with travelers.

The four-class Premium Economy Class cabin on the Emirates A380 aircraft includes 56 seats, and the seats are characterized by their capacity to suit the needs of customers, whether for work or relaxation, in addition to features and functions, such as charging points and a side cocktail table, and the experience is completed with the curated amenities on board,and a menu of innovative foods and drinks.

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