Emirates launched its first non-stop daily flight to Thailand’s Phuket adding to its ‘ever growing global network across six continents’ and proving its commitment to Thailand. Phuket is Emirates’ 128th destination.
Emirates Launches Daily Non-Stop Flights From Dubai to Thailand
Holidaymakers contemplating to book flights tickets to Thailand’s popular beach destination, Phuket, can rejoice, for Emirates, the Dubai-based carrier launched its first non-stop, daily flights service to Phuket, on 10 December. The flights will add considerably to the tickets options for travellers seeking direct flights from Dubai to Thailand.
Keen travellers can book tickets aboard the three-class Airbus A340-300 aircraft, EK378 that departs Dubai at 1245hrs and arrives at Phuket International Airport at 2155hrs. The return flight, EK379 departs at 0035hrs the following day and arrives at Dubai International Airport at 0435hrs, the airline reveals in a news release on its website.
Besides, adding to the airline’s global flight network, the launch of these flights is also seen as a sign of the airlines’s commitment to Thailand, where the carrier started to fly in 1990 with flights to the capital Bangkok.
“The launch of our non-stop, daily service between Phuket and Dubai perfectly coincides with the upcoming festive season with Phuket being a favourite destination for many holidaymakers. This heralds a new level of connectivity for the Island with Emirates’ international network of more than 120 destinations,” said Salem Obaidalla, Senior Vice-President of the airline as per the airline’s news release.
The island holiday destination of Thailand, is the 128th destination to be served by the carrier. It has emerged as a popular holiday destination and tempts a good number of vacationers from Middle East and Europe to book flight tickets to the destination.
For Britons, the new service will not only offer a convenient connection from Dubai, but will also add to the availability of economy class tickets for those seeking cheap flights tickets to travel to Thailand.