Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Emirates Introduces Daily Services on Dubai-Adelaide Route

Bringing joy to British flyers and other European travellers considering tickets options on flights to South Australia via Dubai, Dubai-based Emirates has increased its flights services between Dubai and Adelaide to a daily from 4 weekly services with effect from 1 February 2013. 

The recent move by the airline is sure to please travellers who are often found scrambling for tickets deals for non-stop flights between South Australia and the Middle East.

The carrier has deployed Boeing 777-300ER airliner to offer tickets for different cabin classes on its long-haul daily flights services between Adelaide and Dubai. It will now offer tickets for 8 first class seats with private suites, 42 business class seats with lie-flat massage beds and 310 economy class seats. 

Besides airline’s swanky cabin class configuration, its long haul flights also feature ‘ice’ Digital Widescreen, Emirates’ award winning AVOD systems to offer comfortable flying experiences to passengers booking tickets with the carrier. 

The newly launched daily flights (EK440) now depart Dubai daily at 0200hrs and will arrive in Adelaide at 2050hrs. The return (EK441) flight will depart Adelaide at 2235hrs and will arrive in Dubai at 0515hrs the next day. 

British flyers can now book their tickets to the emirate of Dubai from London Heathrow, Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester and Glasgow airports and connect to the long-haul network that includes exotic destinations like Sydney, Auckland, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

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