Emirates Airline launches fourth Dubai-Hong Kong flight
Prominent Middle East carrier Emirates Airline has once again expanded its service to Hong Kong offering increased travel options and flight tickets to its customers flying out of Dubai International Airport. Emirates Airline recently announced the launch of its fourth daily service between Dubai and Hong Kong.
The fourth daily flight started operations effective from November 1, 2013. According to Emirates Airline, the Flight EK386 will depart from Dubai every day at 1830 and would arrive in Hong Kong at 0535 the following day. The return Flight EK387 would depart from Hong Kong International Airport at 0705 and arrive in Dubai the same day at 1215. The airline said that the new daily service will aim at increasing the connectivity to Europe, Middle East and Africa from Dubai.
Emirates Airline will be deploying an Airbus A330-200 aircraft to operate flights on Dubai-Hong Kong route. The airline will be featuring a three-class configuration plane tickets on this route – 12 seats in First Class, 42 seats in Business Class and 183 seats in Economy Class. The airline plans to upgrade the service to a larger Boeing 777-300ER later this year. The airline is presently operating five daily flights to London, with two of them departing Dubai at 1430 and 1445 respectively. According to Emirates Airline, the customers traveling on the new flight from Hong Kong will be able to connect to these two London-bound services following a short two-hour layover.