Emirates will fly with Airbus A380 to Cairo (special flight)

Emirates will fly with Airbus A380 to Cairo (special flight)

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On October 2, Emirates will operate with Airbus A380 on a rotation on the Dubai - Cairo route. According to the program, flights EK 927 and EK 928 will be honored with the largest passenger plane. Please note that on 2 in October, when flying with A380, Emirates will operate only 2 flights, otherwise 3 daily flights with Boeing 777 aircraft are operated.

Airbus A380 Emirates, which will fly on the Dubai - Cairo route, will be able to carry up to 516 passengers: 426 to Economy Class, 76 to Business Class and 14 to First Class. First Class passengers can use SPA showers. We also mention that passengers from First and Business can enjoy drinks and delicacies at the Onboard Lounge.

Airbus A380 Emirates to Cairo

This special flight will put Cairo on the map of destinations on the Airbus A380 network. The infrastructure at Cairo International Airport will be approved for A380, and will be able to receive regular flights with this type of aircraft in the future. We mention that this will be the first A380 flight to Cairo.

At the same time, Emirates wants to strengthen its partnership with Egypt. The Dubai - Cairo route has been over 30 since it was inaugurated. In April 1986, Emirates began operations to Cairo, with 3 weekly flights. Since then, Emirates has transported over 7,3 million passengers from / to the capital of Egypt.

Currently, Emirates flies 21 twice a week to Cairo. As of October 28, there will be 25 weekly flights on the Dubai - Cairo route.

Airbus A380 Emirates has become one of the most recognized and admired aircraft in the world. Over 115 millions of passengers experienced the flight aboard an A380 Emirates, starting with 2008. Emirates has 112 A380 aircraft, being the largest super-jumbo fleet in service. And it has yet to receive 11 A380 aircraft, and 6 will be delivered in the current financial year.

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