Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, announced an increase in capacity on its Bangkok and Hong Kong services.
Bangkok, one of Emirates’ earliest destinations in the Far East joining the network in 1990, will receive a second daily, non-stop Airbus A380 service from 27 October 2013, operating as EK372 which departs Dubai at 0940hrs and arrives in Bangkok at 1840hrs. The return flight EK373 departs Bangkok at 2040hrs and arrives in Dubai the following day at 0030hrs.
Emirates will also be strengthening is commitment to Hong Kong with the launch of a fourth daily service from Dubai, operating non-stop as EK386 departing Dubai at 2100hrs and arriving in Hong Kong the following morning at 0805hrs. The return flight EK387 will depart Hong Kong at 0940hrs arriving in Dubai at 1455hrs.The new service will initially be operated by an Airbus A330-200 in a three class configuration before being upgraded to a Boeing 777-300ER later in the year.