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- 161. Emirates to Begin Move to T3 from 14 October 2008
Emirates to Begin Move to T3 from 14 October 2008. In a carefully-orchestrated move, the first phase of Emirates’ operations from T3 will launch all flights to the GCC (Bahrain, Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and the UAE) and the Americas – 40 flights a day, around 15% of the airline’s total services. Phase Two will include flights to the rest of the Middle East and
- 162. Emirates to Launch Double Daily Airbus A380 Flights to Mauritius
Emirates will serve Mauritius with a double daily Airbus A380 service from 1 December 2014. This second A380, which will operate as flight EK 703/704, replaces the existing Boeing 777 operation and increases Emirates' capacity on the route by 19%, and allows an additional 165 passengers each day to travel to this beautiful island set in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
- 163. Emirates sponsors AC Milan
Emirates sponsors AC Milan. Emirates is extending its support of football around the world by becoming a sponsor of AC Milan, one of the most successful football clubs in the world. AC Milan, current holders of the UEFA Champions League, have won 13 European titles, 16 International titles and on the domestic front have won the Serie A title on 17 occasions.
- 164. Emirates to Double A380 Operations to Munich
Emirates’ Dubai – Munich route will become an all-A380 service from 30 March 2014, when the airline deploys its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft on its second daily flight. Emirates’ flights EK49/50 and EK51/52 are currently served by Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300ER, respectively. The second A380 service will add almost 1,800 seats per week on the route.
- 165. Emirates to Increase Chicago Capacity
Emirates will increase passenger capacity on its Chicago route when it switches from Boeing 777-200LR currently operating the route, to a larger Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The change will take place on 1 May 2015. Emirates launched its Chicago service on 5 August 2014. Less than a year later, the route has carried 66,000 passengers and 3,410 tonnes of cargo to date.
- 166. Emirates to Launch Airbus A380-800 Flights to Moscow, Russia
Emirates is to upgrade one of its two daily flights on the Dubai-Moscow route to an Airbus A380-800, from 1 December 2016. Since Emirates started flying from its Dubai hub to Moscow in 2003, the airline has carried almost 3.5 million passengers on the route. Over the past 12 months, demand has increased, with some 400,000 passengers having travelled on the route.
- 167. Emirates Upgrades Inflight Entertainment
Emirates already had one of the very best inflight entertainment (IFE) systems in the sky, and now they have made it even better. New features include larger screens in First Class and Economy Class and three times the media storage – offering passengers an even greater choice of content on board. The new products can be found on Emirates’ newly-delivered Boeing 777-300ER and Airbu
- 168. Emirates SkyCargo to Increase Capacity by 17%
Emirates SkyCargo to Increase Capacity by 17%. Emirates currently has a fleet of 129 wide-bodied aircraft, including eight freighters. By the end of the 2008-09 financial year (ending 31st March 2009), that figure will stand at 132, including one Boeing 777 freighter. The carrier will welcome another Boeing 777 freighter in the 2009-10 fiscal year.
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