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Emirates will resume flights to Adelaide in October 2024

Emirates IATA segurança operacional Boeing 777-200LR Adelaide Austrália Dubai

Emirates took the final step in the process of recovering its capacity in Australia, announcing the return of flights to Adelaide. The daily flight will resume between the airline's hub in Dubai and the state capital of South Australia on October 28, 2024.

The flight will meet growing demand for travel to and from the state of South Australia and will allow passengers to travel with ease between more than 140 destinations across Emirates' global network, offering a wide range of options, flexibility and connectivity.

Emirates first launched its services to Adelaide in 2012 and carried more than 165 passengers between Dubai and Adelaide in 2019. By 1 December 2024, when Emirates has also re-established its second daily service to Perth, the airline The airline will offer 77 weekly flights from Australia, with the capacity to transport 68 passengers per week to and from Australia, returning to pre-pandemic capacity.

Emirates' return represents an important milestone in the recovery from the pandemic in the state of South Australia. According to the Tourism Commission of the state of South Australia, tourism activities from Emirates' daily direct and non-stop flights are expected to generate more than $62 million per year and more than 315 full-time jobs in the tourism sector for the local population. . Each flight will also offer 14 tonnes of cargo space, totaling 196 tonnes weekly between Dubai and Adelaide. Cargo exports are expected to generate US$98 million per year, bringing the estimated movement generated by Emirates flights to Adelaide to US$160 million.

Operating daily with Boeing 777-200LR aircraft, the Adelaide flight will offer 302 seats per flight (38 Business Class seats and 264 Economy Class seats), and more than 4.200 weekly seats between Dubai and Adelaide. Emirates Business Class on the flight to/from Adelaide will feature a 2-2-2 configuration.

Emirates flight EK440 will depart Dubai at 2am and arrive in Adelaide at 00:20pm. Return Emirates flight EK50 will depart Adelaide at 441:22 pm and arrive in Dubai at 35:05 am. All times are local.

The flight schedule connects passengers to Emirates' main arrival and departure flights in Europe, offering the seamless travel experience and smooth connections of less than four hours.

With Dubai acting as an important global connection point, travelers can venture from Adelaide to London, Rome, Dubai, Paris, Amsterdam, Manchester, Athens, Dublin, Barcelona, ​​Milan, among other destinations. It is estimated that the main destinations for travelers are London, Manchester, Dubai, Birmingham, Paris, Amsterdam, Glasgow, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf.

Travelers flying to and from Australia with Emirates experience the ultimate in the skies and an unparalleled culinary experience, regionally inspired multi-course meals developed by a team of award-winning chefs, complemented by a wide selection of premium beverages. Customers can also relax with up to 6.500 channels of global entertainment with carefully curated content including movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, games, audiobooks and more on ice, Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system.

 

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