Dubai-based airline currently serves Australia with 63 weekly flights
Emirates has announced it will ramp up operations to Australia, adding a second daily service between Dubai and Perth from 1 December 2024, as well as upgrading its second daily flight between Dubai and Brisbane to an A380 starting from 1 October.
Emirates’ second A380 flight EK430 to Brisbane will depart Dubai at 02:30 arriving in Brisbane at 22:20. Return flight EK431 will depart Brisbane at 01:55, arriving in Dubai at 10:05.
The additional flight to Perth will be operated by an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER. Emirates flight EK424 will depart from Dubai at 09:15 and arrive in Perth at 00:05 the following day. Return flight EK425 will depart from Perth at 06:00 and arrive in Dubai at 13:10.
Through upgraded A380 operations to Brisbane and the resumption of Emirates’ second service to Perth, the airline will increase weekly capacity to Australia by an additional 6,900 seats.
Emirates currently serves Australia with 63 weekly flights to Brisbane, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne, operated by a mix of A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft transporting 56,000 passengers a week.
The airline recently announced doubling its Premium Economy offering on flights to Melbourne starting from 1 February 2024, adding to the two daily four-class A380 services to Sydney, which also feature Premium Economy, alongside Economy, Business and First Class cabins.
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