Dubai's Emirates to fly one-off A380 to Ghana's Accra
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Dubai’s Emirates to fly one-off A380 to Ghana’s Accra

Dubai’s Emirates to fly one-off A380 to Ghana’s Accra

Emirates is the largest global operator of the A380


Dubai carrier Emirates will operate a one-off Airbus A380 flight to Ghana’s capital Accra in October.

The October 2 service is to celebrate the opening of the airport’s new Terminal 3 and will test the A380 facilities and infrastructure.

EK787 will leave arrive at 11:35am and spend six hours on the ground before returning at 5:50pm.

“The launch of Terminal 3 is a milestone in Ghana’s aviation history and we support every effort to facilitate greater trade links, grow tourism and boost cargo to the region,” said Emirates SVP of commercial operaitons for Africa Orhan Abbas.

The airline first began flying to Ghana from Dubai in January 2004 and has carried 1.6 million passengers on the now daily route.

The A380 for the one-off service will be in a three-class configuration with 14 first class, 76 business class and 426 economy class seats.

Emirates, which is by far the largest operator of the A380 superjumbo, has flown several one-off flights this year including earlier this month to Islamabad.

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The carrier has 104 of the aircraft in service and 58 pending delivery having recently announced a $16bn (Dhs58.7bn) deal for 36 additional Airbus A380 aircraft.

The airline flies the jumbo jet to 48 destinations globally.


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