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Emirates Increases Singapore-Dubai Flights

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Emirates has boosted its Singapore-Dubai capacity by 25%, with an additional five weekly flights. The increase brings the airlines total number of flight connections between Singapore and Dubai to 26.

A 364-seat Boeing 777-300ER, offering 12 First Class Suites, 42 Business Class and the remaining 310 Economy Class seats, serves this additional Singapore-Dubai non-stop flight service.

Flight EK 354 departs Dubai at 03:25 (local time) and arrives in Singapore at 14:45 (local time) every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The return flight, EK 355 departs Singapore at 02:00 (local time) and arrives in Dubai at 05:10 (local time) every Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Nick Rees, Emirates Manager, Singapore and Brunei, said, The growing passenger demand for flights on the Dubai-Singapore route signals the growing links between these two important global hubs. In addition to enhancing the existing strong business and trade links between the two cities, we are excited to play a part in further growing their respective tourism sectors. With this increased frequency, it offers our valued customers added flexible travel options and enhances their travel experiences by allowing them to connect even more seamlessly to our other flights in Emirates expansive global network.

To bolster its commitment to Singapore even more, Emirates will again increase the frequency of its Singapore-Dubai route to a daily flight beginning 2 February 2012, growing the airlines flight frequency to 28 flights out of Singapore to Dubai per week.

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