Dubai-based carrier, Emirates has announced the launch of its seventh daily service between Dubai and Bangkok, Thailand starting from 1 July, 2016.

The additional flight will cater to the increasing demand for air travel on the route, making the Thai city one of the most served destinations on the Emirates network, on par with Kuwait and Doha. The new additional service will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

Emirates Start Seventh Daily Service to Bangkok

As of now, four daily A380 and two daily 777 flights are operated between Dubai and Bangkok. The new service will boost the number of weekly flights to 49, adding another 2,520 seats per week in each direction between the two cities.

From July 1, Flight EK350 will depart Dubai at 1950hrs and arrive at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 0510hrs the following day. An early morning arrival in Bangkok allows passengers to have a full day ahead for business or leisure. Besides, passengers would be able to enjoy numerous connections to regional points with Emirates’ codeshare partner, Bangkok Airways.

The return flight, EK351, will take off from Bangkok at 0635hrs and arrive in Dubai the same day at 0950hrs. Seamless connections will be available to a number of European cities such as London, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Istanbul, Madrid and Barcelona.

Along with enjoying Emirates’ award-winning ice entertainment system and gourmet cuisine, passengers on the new service will gain from a generous baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50 kg in First Class.

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