Emirates to have double daily Dubai to Sydney flights on the A380 aircraft
As Australian borders are set to reopen on February 21, 2022, Emirates has announced its second daily flight on the Sydney-Dubai route, which will be served by the A380 aircraft.
Starting 1 March, 2022, the airline will offer its passengers an additional seven flights per week, to reach fourteen weekly services from Dubai to Sydney.
Emirates flight EK412 will depart Dubai daily at 10:15 local time, arriving in Sydney at 07:00 local time the next day. From Sydney, EK413 will depart at 21:45 local time and arrive in Dubai at 05:15 local time the following day.
This is in addition to EK414 which flies daily from Dubai, departing at 02:00 local time and arriving at 22:30hrs in Sydney local time. The return flight from Sydney, EK415, departs at 06:00 local time and is scheduled to arrive in Dubai at 13:20 local time.
Emirates A380 economy class. Image source: Emirates.com
The Emirates A380 aircraft is also operating daily flights to Melbourne, having been upgraded recently from the Boeing 777-300ER from February 1, 2022. The upgrade to the A380 aircraft allows a 50% additional capacity to serve anticipated demand arising from the re-opening of Australia’s international borders.
In addition to the capitals of New South Wales and Victoria, Emirates also provides passenger services to Brisbane with five weekly flights as well as three flights per week to Perth, both with the airline’s Boeing 777-300ER.
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