Bucharest - Dubai with Emirates, starting with 2014

Bucharest - Dubai with Emirates, starting with 2014

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According to aviation information, I learned that the airline officials Emirates held discussions with different institutions and tourism agencies in Romania, the purpose being to start operating the flights on the route Bucharest - Dubai.

Following these discussions, it has not yet been established whether they will fly to Bucharest or not, but the tourism and aviation sources are optimistic. Conformable Mediafax, tourism sources say that Emirates could start operating the Bucharest - Dubai route this year. Aviation sources do not confirm, but do not confirm. All that is possible, maybe even from the winter season 2014-2015.

I am still skeptical about the inauguration of the route in 2014. I would be more inclined for the summer season 2015, a time when the Romanians also go on holiday more. At present, we must bear in mind that the Bucharest - Dubai route is covered by TAROM, Wizz Air and FlyDubai (the low-cost subsidiary Emirates). We should not neglect the fact that Emirates has a fleet consisting of only large and very large aircraft, the smallest aircraft being Airbus A330-200 with a capacity of 237 of seats.

What do you think? Will Emirates inaugurate the Bucharest - Dubai route by the end of the 2014?

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