On July 01, Emirates operated its inaugural Airbus A380 flight from Dubai International to Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport, replacing the Boeing 777-300ER previously used on the route and bringing the total number of global destinations served by the iconic double- decker to 47.
Emirates has announced that Dubai Air Show in November will see the launch of its redesigned first class cabin, set to make the debut on board a Boeing 777-300ER.
In a bid to expand its network in southeastern Europe, Emirates unveiled plans to add a new route from Dubai International to Zagreb’s Franjo Tuđman Airport, effective from June 01.
Emirates announced the launch of a daily Airbus A380 service to Nice Cote d’Azur Airport, alongside its partnership with Monacair, set to offer helicopter transfers between Nice and Monaco.
Scheduled to commence beginning of June, Emirates will add a third daily flight between Dubai and Nairobi, operating a total of 21 weekly flights between the cities.
Emirates is to operate the first ever scheduled commercial Airbus A380 flight to South America when it upgrades its Dubai – Sao Paulo service on March 26, replacing the existing Boeing 777-300ER used on this route.
In response to strong demand, Emirates now deploys a larger Boeing 777-300ER between Dubai and Khartoum. The aircraft replaces the previously used Airbus A340-300 on the route, offering passengers an enhanced on-board
In response to increased passenger demand, Etihad Airways announced its plans to introduce an additional Airbus A380 service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Abu Dhabi International Airport. Starting June 01, 2017, the new service will join the
Effective from October 30, Emirates will operate its daily nonstop flights between Dubai and Auckland with an Airbus A380 aircraft. The airline has been flying the route since March 01, complementing the three daily Airbus A380 voyages from