Emirates will operate with Airbus A380 to Sao Paulo
Emirates marks 10 years of flights to Brazil.
Starting with 26 March 2017, Emirates will upgrade the Dubai - Sao Paulo route and will introduce aircraft of the type Airbus A380. It will be the first destination in South America served by Super Jumbo. At the same time, Emirates celebrates 10 years of flights from / to Brazil.
By replacing aircraft Boeing 777-300ER cu Airbus A380, Emirates marks 10 years of flights to Brazil. It all started in October 2007, when Emirates launched the first flight on the Dubai - Sao Paulo route, being the first direct link between the Middle East and South America. In 2012, Emirates expanded its operations in Brazil by launching the Dubai-Rio de Janeiro route.
Sao Paulo will join 40 destinations from the global Emirates network served by A380 aircraft. Emirates flies with Super Jumbo and to many destinations in ASIA, including: Narita (which starts 26 March 2017), Bangkok, Hong Kong, Beijing, Taipei, Seoul, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
For nothing, I mentioned the Asian destinations. I mention that Brazilians can enjoy flights with A380 Emirates from Guarulhos International Airport, Sao Paulo, to Asian destinations via Dubai, but also to several European destinations.
Dubai - Sao Paulo flights with Airbus A380 Emirates:
EK261 Dubai (DXB) 08:35 - 16:30 Sao Paulo (GRU)
EK262 Sao Paulo (GRU) 01:25 - 22:15 Dubai (DXB)
A380 aircraft configured in 3 classes will be used, which will be able to carry up to 491 of passengers: 14 First Class seats, 76 Business Class seats and 401 seats in Economy Class cabin.
Emirates owns the largest fleet of aircraft Airbus A380. Currently, it has 92 commercial service of Super Jumbo airplanes, and on request another 50. Starting with 2008, Emirates has carried over 65 millions of passengers with its 2 floor aircraft.