Emirates' flagship A380 has made an important landing at Auckland Airport. Emirates' double-decker aircraft has made its first flight to Auckland since February 2020, demonstrating increased demand for travel to and from New Zealand.
This special daily flight between Dubai and Auckland was welcomed at Auckland Airport before the country's first summer, which will be without quarantine since the pandemic.
Emirates flight EK448 departed Dubai International Airport at 10:05 am and landed in Auckland at 11:05 am local time. With an estimated flight time of 16 hours from Dubai to New Zealand and 17 hours and 15 minutes in the other direction, the flight also took back the title of being the longest route in the Emirates flight network with 14.200 km. With this feature, the flight is among the longest non-stop commercial flights in the world.
As a testament to the ever-growing ties with the country, Emirates has operated flights to New Zealand for 19 years. Emirates has provided daily flights to New Zealand and other countries throughout the pandemic, while providing essential goods to and from the country on SkyCargo flights.
The new update to the flights offers passengers more flexibility and choice in their travel plans, while reducing travel time by providing convenient connections to other routes in the airline's flight network, including destinations in Europe and the Middle East.
The Emirates A380 experience continues to be in high demand with passengers, with 14 First Class suites and 76 Business Class convertible seats. Passengers traveling to and from Auckland can enjoy spacious and comfortable cabins, exclusive products such as the Onboard Lounge, First Class suites, and Shower&Spa that provide passengers with the best experiences in the sky, and the award-winning inflight entertainment system with over 5000 on-demand entertainment channels. they can take it out. The airline is gradually increasing the use of its flagship A380 in parallel with the rising demand for travel. The Emirates A380 currently serves 25 global destinations in 37 countries, and this number will reach 2023 by March 42.
Günceleme: 07/12/2022 14:18