“Emirates Airlines” provides premium tourism on the giant “Airbus” in 5 new cities

 Emirates Airlines has announced plans to operate its modernized A380 aircraft, which will feature the latest Premium Economy Class cabins, to five new cities from December. The five cities are New York (JF Kennedy Airport), San Francisco, Melbourne, Auckland and Singapore. The carrier will also add more "premium tourism" seats on its flights to London Heathrow and Sydney with the introduction of its improved cabins to its regular services.


“Emirates Airlines” provides premium tourism on the giant “Airbus” in 5 new cities


Emirates Airlines aims to provide more opportunities for customers

 to experience the Premium Economy Class cabin, which has been well received by customers. Its latest deployment plans will also include the return of 85 A380s to the skies by December to meet the year-end holiday travel demand.

Emirates Airlines will operate the A380

 which will be upgraded and equipped with a Premium Economy Class cabin to: New York JF Kennedy December 1, Auckland January 15, 2023 and Melbourne, the second Australian destination served by Emirates Airline with an A380 equipped with the Premium Economy Class cabin, February 1, and San Francisco, the second American destination. It is served by A380 modified with modern designs from 15th February and Singapore from 1st March.

The airline will update its flight schedules to London Heathrow, Sydney and New York John F. Kennedy on the Airbus A380, providing customers with more options and a better experience, while enhancing A380 services to 42 destinations by the end of March 2023. It is also working to expand its network to meet demand and enhance its current schedules to more than 400 weekly departures from Dubai with the A380, providing 460,000 seats by March 2023.






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