Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Emirates Launches More Flights to Kuwait and Doha

The largest airline in the Middle East, Emirates is all set to increase the frequency of its daily flights to Kuwait and Doha from August.


The airline will now operate six flights to Doha and five flights to Kuwait per day. Dubai airport based Emirates will use an Airbus A340-300 to operate flights to Doha and Boeing 777-300ER to serve daily flights to Kuwait.


A three class configuration would mean that there may be relatively less number of economy class seats for those looking for cheap flight tickets with the airline. No doubt that the airline would like to please its premium class passengers also who frequently travel across these short haul destinations in the Middle East for business purposes.


However, being wide body jetliners, both these aircrafts have enough capacity to offer enough economy class seating which means that holiday makers and non-business travellers who want to travel to these destinations on cheap flight tickets can be happy.


The airline has been offering flights to Doha since 1994 whereas Kuwait has been a significant part of the Emirates' route network since 1989.


The additional flights come in the wake of increasing demand of seats from customers on these strategically viable routes of the airline, which it believes will continue to grow due to accelerating growth in trade and tourism.


Emirates has been a popular choice of travellers to and within Middle East. Not much of a cheap airline, it continues to lure travellers with special deals and packages from time to time, unmatched in-flight services and entertainment and not to forget, a chance to experience the glory of its spectacular Terminal 3 at the Dubai International Airport.

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