Emirates Airline recently launched its daily, nonstop flights services between Dubai International Airport and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).
The airline in a statement said that Haneda is its third gateway in Japan. A strong passenger demand prompted the airline to add Haneda as its third gateway.
The airline stated that increased flights services from Japan would offer passengers more flexibility and enhanced flight options providing seamless connectivity to over 70 destinations in the Indian Ocean, Middle East, Africa and Europe.
Emirates Airline will be operating flights on Dubai-Haneda route with the help of a Boeing 777-200LR aircraft, which will be equipped with eight private suites in First Class, 42 latest lie-flat business class seats and 216 seats in Economy Class.
To mark the new Dubai-Haneda flight service, Emirates Airline also launched a complimentary airport transfer services for its passengers booking business class flights or traveling in First Class. Currently, Emirates Airline is offering its flight services to 134 destinations in 77 countries from Dubai.