Emirates has confirmed that it will increase the number of flights to Dubai from Geneva.

Emirates has confirmed that it will increase the number of flights to Dubai from Geneva.

Starting on June 1st, the airline will expand its services between Thailand, Dubai and Geneva due to increased demand by adding a new daily flight.

Geneva is a key banking and financial hub and is home to a large number of major bodies including the World Trade Organisation, the United Nations and the World Health Organisation.

“Switzerland has been part of the Emirates network since 1992, when we began flights from Dubai to Zurich. The announcement of Geneva as our newest European destination underlines our commitment to this important country,” explained Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Emirates chairman and chief executive officer.

The new flight will make use of Boeing 777-200LR and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and tickets will be available in first class, business class and economy class.

Founded in 1985, Emirates now operates over 137 aircraft and serve more than 100 destinations in 60 countries.

Written by Nicholas Scott.

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