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Emirates to resume non-stop Dubai-Hong Kong service from March

Emirates to resume non-stop Dubai-Hong Kong service from March

The new service will increase the airline’s operations in the Asian market to 14 weekly flights

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Emirates to resume non-stop Dubai-Hong Kong service from March

Dubai carrier Emirates will ramp up frequencies to Hong Kong, with a daily non-stop service, starting March 29.

This will add to its existing daily flight from Dubai to Hong Kong via Bangkok and increase its operations in the market to 14 weekly flights.

Flight EK380, operated by the A380 aircraft, will depart Dubai at 10.45am and arrive in Hong Kong at 10pm. The return flight EK381 will depart from Hong Kong at 12.35am and arrive in Dubai at 5am, local time. Customers can book their tickets on the airline’s website or app or via travel agents.

Emirates has expanded its operations into the Asian market, with a combination of new routes and increased frequencies. The carrier recently announced that it would bolster operations in China ahead of the New Lunar Year, boosting connectivity to the country’s gateways.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates to resume passenger services to Shanghai, Beijing

The airline also offers increased connectivity for travellers to additional destinations beyond Hong Kong through its interline agreements with Cathay Pacific and HongKong Airlines, among others.

Emirates currently deploys its A380 to 40 destinations worldwide including London Heathrow, Sydney and Houston. The airline’s double-decker will be serving nearly 50 destinations by the end of this summer.

Read more: Emirates’ first retrofitted A380 flies to London Heathrow

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