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Emirates boosts services to Hong Kong with third daily flight from November

Emirates boosts services to Hong Kong with third daily flight from November

Emirates has announced the addition of a third daily service to Hong Kong beginning November 1. The new flight, operated by a Boeing 777-300ER, will provide nonstop service between Dubai and Hong Kong, helping to meet the route’s expanding demand.

Emirates is boosting its weekly flight schedule to 21 flights in order to fulfill market demand and provide consumers with increased flexibility, choice, and connectivity. With the addition of the third scheduled service, Emirates will now offer two daily direct flights to the city in addition to a third daily service through Bangkok, giving customers more flexibility in their travel plans.

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The increased daily frequency between Hong Kong and Dubai will be EK382/383, with seats available in First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class. Tickets can be purchased through emirates.com, the Emirates App, and select travel agencies.

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EK382/383 is scheduled to operate with timings as follows (all times are local):

DatesFlightDeparture Arrival
1 November 2023 – 30 March 2024EK382 (DXB/HKG)03:1514:30
EK383 (HKG/DXB)18:0023:05

The extra flights will enhance Emirates‘ direct services on EK380/381 and EK384/385, which operate with a brief stopover in Bangkok. The additional flights will be deployed in November. Both trips make use of Emirates’ flagship A380 aircraft, which are still in high demand among passengers due to their roomy and pleasant cabins.

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The airline’s expanded service to Hong Kong is anticipated to make it easier for customers to link between Hong Kong and other well-known locations within Emirates’ network, such as the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and a variety of European locations. Additionally, Brazil, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and other European nations including Germany, Italy, and Portugal are important feeder markets for Hong Kong.

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