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Emirates to fly flagship A380 to Doha

Posted 1 November 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates is to upgrade one of its nine daily flights between Dubai and Doha to an Airbus A380 from December 1, 2016.

Emirates recently boosted its services to Doha with two additional flights, taking its total operations to nine daily services and making it the most served destination in the airline’s network. Demand has been steadily increasing between Dubai and Doha, with over 700,000 passengers carried since January of this year alone. Once launched, Doha will be Emirates’ 45th A380 destination to be served by the flagship aircraft. Doha will also become the world’s shortest scheduled A380 flight flying a distance of 379 kilometres each way.

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