Emirates will upgrade one of its nine daily flights between Dubai and Doha to an Airbus A380 from 1 December 2016.

Emirates recently increased its services to Doha by adding two more flights on the route, taking its total number of frequencies to nine. This makes Doha the most served destination in Emirates’ network.

Once launched, the capital city of the State of Qatar will be Emirates’ 45th destination to be served by the flagship aircraft. Doha will also become the world’s shortest scheduled A380 flight.

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The upgrade will allow the Dubai-based carrier to serve the growing demand for travel out of Doha.  It will also provide an opportunity to the passengers to experience Emirates’ award-winning A380 onboard product and service to Dubai and seamless A380 journeys across some of the most popular destinations in the Emirates’ wide global network.

A380 flight will be deployed as EK 841, which will leave Dubai at 0745hrs and arrive in Doha at 0805hrs. The return flight, EK 842 will leave Doha at 0950hrs arrive in Dubai at 1200hrs. The schedule of the A380 flight enables passengers to enjoy seamless connections to some of the most popular onward destinations serviced by the A380 including New York, London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Manchester, Dusseldorf, Milan, Paris, Rome and Amsterdam.

A380, deployed to Doha, will have a three-class configuration, with 429 seats in Economy Class on the main deck, 76 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 14 First Class Private Suites on the upper deck.

The carrier currently has 85 A380s in service and 57 pending delivery.

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