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Thu, 14 January 2016

Emirates to Double Flights to Geneva, Switzerland

Emirates has unveiled plans to expand its operations in Switzerland with the addition of a second daily service to Geneva effective 1 June 2016.

The second daily flight will double capacity on the route and represents an overall increase of 26% for Emirates in Switzerland.

The new flight will be operated with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration, with eight Private Suites in First Class, 42 lie flat seats in Business Class, and 310 spacious seats in Economy Class.

With natural landmarks like Lake Geneva, the Alps and Jura mountains, Geneva is an attractive destination. It also hosts the highest number of international organisations, like Europes United Nations and the Red Cross, making it a global hub for diplomacy and banking. Demand is strong year-round, with high traffic from Thailand, Australia, Hong Kong and the Indian Ocean, with travellers visiting the city for business and pleasure," said Thierry Aucoc, Emirates Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, Europe and Russia. "The additional frequency from Geneva will allow us to meet high demand and offer better connectivity for those travelling to countries like Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Bali and Thailand via our ultra-modern hub.

Emirates flight EK83 will depart Dubai International Airport at 14:55 and arrive in Geneva at 19:50.

The outbound flight EK84 will depart Geneva at 21:45 and arrive in Dubai at 06:10 the following day.

With an additional cargo capacity of almost 20 tonnes per day in each direction, Emirates SkyCargo will offer better access for Swiss companies to economies around the world.

 Exports from Geneva include pharmaceutical products, automobile spare parts, chemicals and semi-conductors. The presence of international organisations like the Red Cross and Red Crescent Society also generates high humanitarian cargo traffic on the route.

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