EMIRATES INCREASES USE OF GIANT A 380 WITH SECOND FREQUENCY TO MUNICH
(Posted 14th November 2013)
Travel agents and travelers alike appear to be hugely impressed by the Emirates’ increased use of Airbus A380 aircraft to ever more destinations and for a growing number of frequencies, like from December onwards deploying the giant aircraft to Mauritius on one of their two daily flights.
Emirates has now announced, ahead of the Dubai Air Show, that Munich will get a second A380 frequency too, as constantly growing demand makes the B777 currently used for the second daily flight too small. This will add approximately a further 1.800 seats to the market for flights to Munich, one of if not the most sought after German city by visitors from around the world.
The aircraft used will feature 14 of Emirates’ award winning First Class Suites, a full complement of 76 Business Class seats and 399 seats in Economy Class with an overall capacity of 489 seats.
Travelers from across Eastern Africa, where Emirates serves Nairobi and Dar es Salaam twice and operates a daily service nonstop to Entebbe too, will now have more choices to try out the world’s largest and quietest passenger aircraft, and for those flying in First or Business Class out of Dubai to their final destination will be able to sample unequaled comfort and luxury some 39.000 feet above the ground. Hello Tomorrow!