Dubai’s Emirates has announced plans to introduce a third daily flight to Hong Kong, set to begin operations on November 1.
The airline’s latest move is in response to surging demand for travel between Dubai and Hong Kong.
The additional flight will be conducted by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, offering non-stop connectivity between these two prominent global destinations.
This expansion is a part of Emirates’ commitment to providing passengers with increased flexibility and choice.
Emirates will ramp up its weekly services to an 21 flights, in a bid to cater to the burgeoning market requirements and to enhance customer options.
New Emirates Hong Kong flight
|November 1, 2023 – March 30, 2024||EK382 (DXB/HKG)||03:15||14:30|
|November 1, 2023 – March 30, 2024||EK383 (HKG/DXB)||18:00||23:05|
With the introduction of this third daily service, Emirates will offer a double-daily direct flight to Hong Kong, along with a third daily option via Bangkok, further enhancing the convenience and flexibility for travelers.
Passengers can expect a seamless experience aboard the EK382/383 flights, which will feature a three-class configuration, comprising First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class.
The tickets for these newly introduced services can be conveniently booked through emirates.com, the Emirates App, and preferred travel agencies.
The additional flights in November will add to Emirates’ existing direct services, specifically the EK380/381 and EK384/385 routes, which include a brief stopover in Bangkok. These routes are operated using Emirates’ A380 aircraft.