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Emirates has announced a third daily flight to Hong Kong, starting November 1. The additional flight, operated by a Boeing 777-300ER, will provide nonstop services between Dubai and Hong Kong and meet the growing demand for travel on this route.
Emirates is increasing its services to 21 flights per week to meet market demand and provide customers with more flexibility, choice and connectivity. With the third scheduled service, Emirates will now operate two daily direct flights to the city in addition to a third daily service via Bangkok, allowing customers to have more schedule choices to suit their travel plans.
The additional daily frequency between Hong Kong and Dubai will operate as EK382/383 in a 3-class configuration, offering First Class, Business Class and Economy Class seating. Tickets can be booked on emirates.com, the Emirates app and at preferred travel agencies.
The EK382/383 should operate according to the following times (all times are local):
|November 1, 2023 – March 30, 2024||EK382 (DXB/HKG)||03:15||2:30 p.m.|
|EK383 (HKG/DXB)||6:00 p.m.||11:05 p.m.|
The additional flights to be rolled out in November will complement Emirates’ direct services on the EK380/381 as well as the EK384/385, operating with a short stopover in Bangkok. Both services use Emirates’ flagship A380 aircraft, which remains highly sought after by travelers for its spacious and comfortable cabins.
The airline’s enhanced services to Hong Kong are expected to facilitate connectivity for passengers traveling between Hong Kong and other popular destinations in Emirates’ network, including the UK, UAE, Turkey and a host of European destinations. In addition, Hong Kong’s main feeder markets include the UK, UAE, Brazil, South Africa and European destinations including Germany, Italy, Portugal and many more. ‘others.
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