The airline Emirates has brought in its double-decker A380 to operate flights to Dubaifrom London Heathrow.

The airline Emirates has brought in its double-decker A380 to operateflights to Dubai from London Heathrow.As of yesterday (December 1st), the new aircraft carries passengers on the flights which leave the London hub daily at 13:45 BST, as well as at 07:45 BST.

Emirates president Tim Clark commented: “We are delighted to bring our customers state-of-the-art comforts which are unmatched anywhere else in the world.”

The plane’s facilities include onboard showers and a central lounge, as well as intelligent seating in business class which converts into a bed and has individual aisle access.

Emirates currently flies to over 100 destinations in Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, Africa, Indian subcontinent and Asia-Pacific

Last month, the Dubai-based carrier announced that it had successfully completed its move to the new terminal in Dubai International Airport, which is dedicated to Emirates flights and will increase the airport’s capacity by another 20 million passengers, the Associated Press reported.

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