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Emirates arrives in Guinea

Posted 31 October 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates has resumed services between Dubai and Conakry in the Republic of Guinea.

 

The four times weekly service via Dakar, reopens access for Guinean travellers to Emirates' vast route network of more than 150 destinations, particularly in the Middle East, West Asia and the Far East through the airline’s seamless connections with one stop at its world-class Dubai hub. 

The Conakry service is operated by an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER.

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