The additional flight was introduced to meet the increasing demand for both inbound and outbound travel, according to the airline.
The second daily flight will be operated by a Boeing B777-300ER which provides a capacity of 360 seats, boosting inbound tourism through the additional 262,800 seats a year it will provide.
Emirates’ flight EK137 is scheduled to leave Dubai at 15:30 and arrive into Prague at 19:55. The return flight EK138 is expected to leave the Czech capital at 21:35 and arrive back home at 05:30 the following day (all times local).
The airline also announced it will offer a complimentary chauffeur driven car to and from the airport for business and first class passengers, as well as access to Emirates’ exclusive airport lounges worldwide, including Premium airport lounge access on departure at Prague Airport.
The new flight complements the existing schedule to Prague operated by an Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft which currently departs Dubai at 08:35 as EK139 landing at 13:00, and returning as EK140 departing Prague at 15:55 landing at Dubai International at 23:50 (all times local).