Dubai - Taipei with Emirates since February 10, 2014
From 10 February 2014, Emirates began operating flights on the route Dubai - Taipei, Taiwan. The inaugural flight EK366 was operated by aircraft Boeing 777-300ER, and Captain Ali Al Jallaf of the United Arab Emirates was at his helm, assisted by First Officer Wen Haw Chi from Taiwan and First Officer Shehab Hamza from the United Arab Emirates.
Upon landing at the airport Taiwan Taoyuan International (15 time: 54), the aircraft was greeted with the traditional water curtain. Return flight EK-367 has been scheduled for 23 time: 15. Aircraft loading was 90%.
The route is honored with daily flights aboard Boeing 777 aircraft. They are configured in three classes: 8 luxury apartments in First Class, 42 seats in Business Class and 304 seats in Economy Class.
Flight schedule Dubai - Taipei
EK366 DXB 00:20 - 12:05 TPE 77W Saturday
EK366 DXB 02:25 - 14:30 TPE 77W Wednesday
EK366 DXB 03:40 - 15:25 TPE 77W Sunday
EK366 DXB 04:25 - 16:15 TPE 77W Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
EK366 DXB 08:10 - 19:55 TPE 77W Friday
EK367 TPE 23:15 - 05:10 +1 DXB 77W daily
Emirates currently operates flights to 141 from destinations in 80 countries. From the beginning of this year, Emirates has inaugurated the route to Kiev and is preparing to open the route to Boston (NOVEMBER March NOVEMBER), the 8 destination in the United States (the other seven: New York, Washington DC, Dallas, Houston, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles), the 9 in North America and the 12 in America operates Emirates.
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan and is located on the Tamsui River. The city of Tapei has 2 618 772 inhabitants, and the Taipei-Keelung metropolitan area, consisting of Taipei, New Taipei and Keelung, has 6 900 273 inhabitants. Taipei is the political, economic and cultural center of Taiwan.