Bangkok is the land of golden palaces, floating markets and magnificence. It looks nothing short of a city straight out of the fairytale. The capital of Thailand is a hotbed of activity forever chirping with the local and international tourists. This place is equally valued for its tourist attractions and business characteristics. A lot of people from around the world swarm the city for fun, leisure and business throughout the year. As such the city welcomes millions of passengers from all corners of the globe at its Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The city is very well connected with other destinations and most airlines fly passengers to this thriving hub.
Dubai based Emirates created a flutter recently by announcing that it is set to connect Bangkok and Dubai with a sixth daily flight beginning October 27, 2013. The airline will also launch a second daily Airbus A380 superjumbo on the route. The commencement of sixth daily flight between the two cities will boost its weekly seating capacity by 3864. At present about 12,796 passengers use Emirates to fly between the two cities and the number will increase to 16,660 from October end. It is not just the natives of Dubai that fly to Bangkok but tourists from the Americas, Europe and other parts of the Middle East that travel to the South East Asian city.
The carrier will use Boeing 777-200ERs to operate between the city pair. This aircraft is equipped with 12 first class, 42 business class and 220 economy class seats. Travelers who wish to indulge in the luxury and lavishness of Emirates can book business class tickets for a taste of royalty onboard.