Wed, 6 July 2016

Emirates Launches Third Daily Cape Town Service

Emirates has launched a third daily service between Dubai and Cape Town.

Emirates will operate the flights with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

 Flight EK 778 will depart Dubai at 10:50 and arrive in Cape Town at 18:30. The return flight, EK 779 will depart Cape Town at 20:05 and arrive in Dubai at 07:30 the following morning.

The current codeshare cooperation between Emirates and South African Airways on flights between Dubai and South Africa will also be extended to include the additional Cape Town flight, giving greater access to SAAís customers on Emiratesí global network.

The Boeing 777-300ER, is 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.

 As with all Emirates flights, customers will be served by a highly trained and extremely professional multi-national cabin crew from 130 countries, including South Africans.

The aircraft also features Emiratesí ice entertainment system, offering up to 2,500 channels of on demand movies, television programmes, music, audio books and music.

In Cape Town, Emirates also offers First Class and Business Class customers a complimentary chauffeur drive service, as well as a dedicated and brand new luxury lounge facility at the airport, which Platinum and Gold members of its Frequent Flyer Programme, Skywards, can also enjoy.

The added frequency also provides up to 23 tonnes of cargo capacity on the aircraft per flight, giving businesses and traders opportunities for increased imports and exports.

Emirates first launched services to South Africa 20 years ago, and in addition to Cape Town, the airline also operates four daily flights between Dubai and Johannesburg, and a daily flight between Dubai and Durban.

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