Emirates has announced the first routes it will fly with the AIRBUS A350!

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Emirates has announced the first destinations to be served by its A350 aircraft, which enter service in September 2024. With 10 A350 aircraft expected to join the Emirates fleet by 31 March 2025, the airline plans to deploy the latest type of aircraft to 9 destinations in the coming months, offering customers the latest cabin experiences.

Emirates A350 aircraft will come configured in three classes: 32 seats in Business class, 21 seats in Premium Economy and 259 seats in Economy class.

All these aircraft are intended to serve short- and medium-haul cities on the Emirates network, with Bahrain as the inaugural destination.

As the first Emirates A350s begin entering the fleet, the airline will offer customers more opportunities to experience its highly regarded Premium Economy product and try its state-of-the-art Business Class cabins for the first time, particularly on routes short and medium-haul from the Middle East, West Asia and Europe.

The new Emirates Airbus A350 planes will initially fly to 9 destinations:

In the Middle East/GCC

  • Emirates will operate its first A350 to Bahrain with daily service EK839/840 from 15 September. The frequency of A350 flights will gradually increase to cover two Bahrain services, the second service starting on 1 November.
  • Emirates' first A350 will land in Kuwait with daily service EK853/854 on 16 September.
  • The daily flight EK866/867 from Muscat will be served by the A350 from December 1.

In West Asia

  • Emirates A350 will operate flights EK502/503 to Mumbai from 27 October.
  • Daily flight EK538/539 from Ahmedabad will be served by A350 from 27 October.
  • The fourth daily service EK654/655 from Colombo will be served by the A350 from 1 January 2025.

In Europe

  • Lyon will be served daily by Emirates A350 from 1 December.
  • Bologna will be served by the A350 from December 1.
  • Edinburgh will join the Emirates network from November 4, operated by A350s.

Emirates will announce more destinations in the coming months as new aircraft join its fleet.

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