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Emirates Increasing Flights between Singapore and Dubai

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Effective 1 July 2010, Emirates is increasing services from Singapore to Dubai to 21 weekly (from the previous 19) flights offering even more connections onto the 14 daily UK flights departing from Dubai.

 And with the airline doubling up its Heathrow A380 services, all Singapore flights in both directions now offer comfortable connections to the super jumbo.

In addition to the daily EK001 from Dubai, the A380 is now also deployed on EK003 which departs Dubai at 14:15 and arrives in London Heathrow at 18:40. Dubai-bound, EK004 leaves Heathrow at 20:40 and gets into Dubai at 06:30 the following day. EK001 departs Dubai daily at 07:45, arriving in Heathrow Terminal 3 at 12:15. The return flight, EK002, departs Heathrow daily at 14:15h, arriving at Dubai International at 00:05 the following day.

During the later part of this year, Manchester-bound passengers will also have the opportunity to enjoy the Emirates A380 super jumbo when it serves the route from 1 September, replacing Boeing 777 aircraft on EK017 from Dubai and EK018 out of Manchester.

Nick Rees, Emirates Manager, Singapore and Brunei, said, We are confident that our valued Singapore passengers will find these new exciting products and services on the UK routes irresistible. With year round all-inclusive fares starting from Sin$1,350 in Economy, Sin$5,500 in Business and Sin$8,700 in First Class, more and more customers are trying out Emirates services via Dubai to London and the UK regional airports.

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