Emirates‘ flagship A380 will make a comeback from 1 March, linking Brisbane and Dubai.
The world’s largest passenger jet will reappear in Brisbane skies next month as travel demands rise in the wake of Australia’s border reopening to international tourists.
Currently, flights to and from Brisbane are scheduled six times per week utilising the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
The reinstatement of daily flights, with the double-decker A380 aircraft to operate the route, will provide approximately 3,000 additional seats per week to both inbound and outbound travellers.
The daily flight between Brisbane and Dubai will operate as EK430/431. It will offer 14 First Class suites, 76 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 426 ergonomically designed seats in Economy Class.
You can book tickets on emirates.com, the Emirates App, or via both online and offline travel agents.
From 1 March, the daily schedule for EK430/431 is as follows:
|1 – 26 March||EK430 (DXB/BNE)||02:50||22:40|
|2 – 27 March||EK431 (BNE/DXB)||20:55||05:30 (next day)|
|27 March – 30 June||EK430 (DXB/BNE)||02:30||22:20|
|28 March – 1 July||EK431 (BNE/DXB)||21:55||05:10 (next day)|
“Since late last year, we have been busy quickly adapting our operations and boosting capacity in response to demand arising from the re-opening of our borders,” Emirates Divisional Vice President for Australasia, Barry Brown said.
“As part of our unrelenting commitment to the country we have been determined to return to normalcy, where possible, as the travel industry recovers from the pandemic.”
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