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Dubai’s Emirates to ramp up service to Algiers

Dubai’s Emirates to ramp up service to Algiers

The airline will utilise its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft between Algiers and Dubai

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Dubai carrier Emirates will increase the frequency of its services to Algiers with the addition of a fifth weekly flight, effective October 7.

The new service will complement the airline’s existing operations between Dubai and the Algerian capital, currently running at four flights a week.

Emirates will utilise its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft between Algiers and Dubai, and the newest service will operate on Friday, in addition to the airline’s flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Flight EK758 will depart Algiers at 3.45pm, arriving in Dubai at 1.05am the next day. EK757 departs will Dubai at 8.45am, arriving in Algiers at 12.55pm.

With the new flight, Emirates said that it will be the only airline serving Algeria with private, enclosed first class cabins. Besides carrying additional passengers, Emirates’ fifth weekly frequency between Dubai and Algeria will provide around 30-40 tonnes of cargo belly-hold capacity for businesses, furthering trade through enhanced import and export opportunities, a statement said.

Tickets for flights to and from Algeria can be booked on the carrier’s website and app, at its sales offices and via its travel and online travel agents.

Emirates started operations to Algeria in 2013, and will be celebrating a decade of serving the country early next year. The airline resumed services to Algeria in November 2021.

Emirates double its flights between Algiers and Dubai from two to four weekly, this May and announced at the time that the service between the two cities would no longer be linked with Tunis.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates increases flights to Algeria

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