Emirates Airlines announced today that it will intensify its operations to and from Australia, in response to the continued growth in demand.
This announcement comes after Australia’s decision to reopen its borders to international travelers from the second of next November, when the states of New South Wales and Victoria will allow vaccinated travelers to return to Australia without quarantine, with an increase in the number of vaccinators in both states.
And Emirates Airlines said in a statement that with the easing of travel restrictions, the airline’s flight “EK414/415” with a “Boeing 777-300ER” aircraft, between Dubai and Sydney, will become daily as of November 2, while the airline will operate the flight “EK408/409”. “To Melbourne at a rate of four flights per week, with the possibility of increasing the number of flights in line with demand.
The capacity on Emirates flights to Sydney and Melbourne will return to 100%, which reflects the gradual recovery of Australia from the repercussions of the “Covid-19” pandemic, and allows the transfer of a total of 354 passengers on each flight in all classes.
As of December 1, the Emirates A380 will return to Australia, serving the Dubai-Sydney route daily, where the giant will provide 516 seats in three classes: 14 private suites in the first, 76 seats in business class, and 426 comfortable seats in economy class.
Emirates Regional Vice President Barry Brown said: “We are pleased to be able to provide additional services, with greater capacity and number, to our customers in Australia as life begins to return to normal, and this means for vaccinated travelers, who wish to return to their homeland. Australia, no further capacity restrictions and no need to quarantine on arrival in New South Wales or Victoria, allowing them to meet their families immediately.”
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