Emirates to Launch Flights to Seattle and Dallas

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 30 September 2011

Emirates is to launch daily flights to Seattle and Dallas.

Dallas-Fort Worth and Seattle-Tacoma International Airports will both be served by non-stop flights from 2 February and 1 March 2012 respectively.

Both services will be operated by Boeing 777 aircraft with private suites in First Class, lie-flat beds in Business Class and modern Economy Class seats.

Passengers in all classes can lose themselves in the ICE entertainment system which has more than 1,200 channels of on-demand entertainment to choose from, including 200 movies from around the world, 100 TV channels, more than 500 audio channels, 100 video games and news, sports and business headlines.

Starting 2 February 2012, EK 221 will leave Dubai daily at 02:45, arriving at Dallas-Fort Worth at 09:05. The return sector, EK 222, leaves Dallas at 11:50, arriving at Dubai International Airport at 12:20 the following day.

From 1 March 2012, EK 229 will leave Dubai daily at 09:50 and arrive at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at 13:10. EK 230 will depart Seattle at 17:10, arriving in Dubai at 19:40 the following day.

These new services emphasise Emirates confidence in, and long-term commitment to, the United States, said His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group. With six gateways offering convenient connectivity from points across the country, customers travelling to and from the US will find it easier than ever to access our vast global network.

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