Emirates has launched 4 new weekly flights from Dubai to Adelaide and is expected to increase the frequency to one daily flight from February 1, 2013. The move will lure visitors looking for tickets on non-stop air link between the destinations.
The new flights services will allow flyers to grab tickets on the first non-stop air link between South Australia and the Middle East. Emirates offers tickets on more than 100 scheduled weekly flights between the UK and Dubai, with convenient connections for South Australia.
Initially, using a Boeing 777-300ER, the airline will offer tickets on four weekly flights between Dubai and Adelaide. From 1 February 2013, the carrier plans to further increase the flight frequency to one daily service, revealed company’s press release.
The carrier will offer first class cabin with private suites; business class equipped with lie-flat massage beds and economy class featuring spacious and comfortable seating for tickets buyers.
Besides, the award winning ‘ice’ Digital Widescreen, the advanced video and audio system is available for all kinds of passengers reserving tickets with the airline.
Adelaide, the gateway into South Australia, is airline’s fifth destination in Australia. The carrier is hopeful of carrying more than 200,000 passengers per year into the city with a significant portion of travellers purchasing tickets from United Kingdom.
British travellers can catch flights to the emirate of Dubai from London Heathrow, Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester and Glasgow airports to connect to a long-haul network that also encompasses destinations such as Sydney, Auckland, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
The newest flight (EK440) will depart from Dubai every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 0200hrs and will arrive in Adelaide at 2050hrs. The return flight will depart from Adelaide at 2235hrs and will arrive in Dubai at 0515hrs the next day.