Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Emirates Increases Paris Frequency; Initiates A380 to Rome

It has been eventful last few days for the Middle East’s regal carrier, Emirates! The airline announced that it will start offering five more additional flights to Paris by the end of year 2012, besides the already operational double-daily flights.

The airline said in a statement that the move taken by the carrier is in response to the massive passenger demand on the route. Emirates, considered one of the world’s finest airlines, will be offering four additional weekly flights to Paris from March 25. Another one will be added to the pack in October 2012, which will take the total frequency of the flights to Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport to 19 in a week!

Travel demand on the route must really be considerable to justify 19 flights in a week! Well, it is good news for travellers as it will enable them to lap up cheap flight tickets on the premier route as the availability of seats will be enormous.

Additional four flights that start operations in March will run on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, while the one initiating in October will ply on Tuesdays.

In another recent development, Emirates Airline has incorporated Rome in its ever expanding network of A380 connections. The double-decker will be plied on the Dubai-Rome route. The initiation of the world’s largest aircraft on the route will result in 250 extra seats each day, making it relatively easy for people to find cheap flight tickets.

A380 on Dubai-Rome route will feature 399 seats in Economy, 76 fully-flat, mini pods in Business Class and 14 First Class Private Suites.

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