Airlines and Aviation
Emirates Airline of the United Arab Emirates adds a 4th daily flight on the lucrative route linking Dubai, UAE, with Bangkok, Thailand. It operates an Airbus A380 on the route.
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Flight attendants on the airport tarmac with an Emirates Airline Airbus A380 in the background. Photo Credit: Emirates Airline
Emirates Airline will add a 4th daily flight on 1 December 2015 between its hub at Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates and Bangkok's impossible to pronounce Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand.
The airline will operate an Airbus A380 jumbo jet on the flight. The airplane can accommodate 615 passengers, including 557 in Economy Class and 58 in Business Class. Passengers flying in Business Class have lie-flat seats.
The Airbus is a wide body aircraft with 4 jet engines and 2 passenger decks. The jumbo jet is currently the largest commercial aircraft in operation.
Other major airlines flying the plane include Lufthansa German Airlines, Australian air carrier Qantas, and Singapore Airlines. As of June 2015, there are 165 of the airliners in service around the world.
Emirates Airline currently has 64 Airbus A380 airplanes in its fleet – more than any other airline – with another 76 Airbus A380 aircraft on order.
The airline flies A380s from Dubai to 34 travel destinations , including the following travel destinations in the Asia Pacific: Auckland, New Zealand; Bangkok, Thailand; Beijing, China; Brisbane, Australia; Hong Kong; Melbourne, Australia; Perth, Australia; Seoul, Korea; Singapore; Shanghai, China; and Sydney, Australia.
Dessert Safari hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with Burj Khalifa in the distance. Photo Credit: GulfHolidays.net.
Dubai International Airport is a key transit point for travellers flying between Africa and Europe, on the one hand, and the Asia Pacific, on the other.
With a population of 2.106 million people, Dubai is an increasingly popular travel destination in its own right.
Attractions include the Palm, a dramatic man-made island created in the shape of a dessert palm tree.
There is fantastic shopping, excellent leisure facilities, varied nightlife, and ultra-modern skyscrapers, including Burj Khalifa, a 830 metre tall tower than looks like a massive sailboat anchored in the sea.
Two other gulf airlines connect Africa and Europe with the Asia Pacific through their near-by hubs in the UAE.
Etihad Airway maintains a hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport. Qatar Airways maintains a hub at Hamad International Airport in Doha.
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