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Emirates Increases Flights to Tehran

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Emirates celebrated the launch of its fourth daily nonstop passenger service to Imam Khomeini International Airport, Tehran with the landing of a one-off Airbus A380 service.

Emirates began flights to the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1990 when Emirates Airline was only five years old. Since then over 6.6 million passengers have travelled between the two countries.

“Iran is one of the most active aviation markets in the world and an integral part of Emirates operations. Air links are important enablers of trade and tourism and with our fourth daily service, Emirates is helping to contribute to the economy and meet the increased demand on this busy route – both passenger and cargo,” said Sheikh Majid Al Mualla, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President for Commercial Operations Centre. 

Emirates has redefined travel with its A380. Travellers in all classes can use the on-board Wi-Fi, and be entertained by the ice system with over 1,800 channels of inflight entertainment on demand.

 First and Business Class passengers have access to the on-board lounge, which has become a popular gathering place for passengers at 40,000 feet.

Emirates currently operates its 53 A380s to 30 destinations across its ever expanding global network and the airline has a further 87 A380s on order.

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