Emirates Airline recently launched its nonstop flights to Dubai from Orlando. The flights between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Dubai International Airport (DXB) will be operated daily. With the launch of nonstop service, Orlando will now become the airline’s tenth destination in the United States.
The customers flying to any of Emirates’ ten U.S. gateways will now be able to conveniently connect to more than 90 cities across United States, Canada and Latin America on one combined ticket through the airline’s five codeshare partners, including Porter Airlines, WestJet Airlines, Virgin America, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways.
Media reports said that Dubai-based Emirates Airline will deploy a Boeing 777-200LR aircraft to offer scheduled service on the Orlando route. The aircraft is configured in three classes – First Class, Business Class and Economy Class – and has a capacity to seat a total of 266 passengers. The airline will be offering eight private First Class Suites to its premium customers. Those booking business class tickets to Orlando from Dubai will be offered 42 lie-flat beds in business class cabins. The airline’s economy class cabin will offer 216 spacious seats to the customers.
The reports also stated that the first class and business class customers would be able to travel to and from the airport (up to a distance of 90 miles around Orlando International Airport) through the complimentary chauffeur-drive service offered by Emirates Airline. The airline’s customers who will be eager to explore beyond its extensive network of American destinations will now be provided with dozens of options with the affordable Americas Pass.