Emirates Airlines launches the first daily service for passengers starting from the month of October, where it will provide the first regular daily service on the giant Airbus A380 aircraft to the Turkish city of Istanbul, starting from the first of next October.
Emirates Airlines announced that it will provide the first regular daily service with the giant Airbus A380 aircraft to the Turkish city of Istanbul, starting from the first of next October.
The company said in a statement that it will operate the A380 to serve one of its daily flights to Istanbul, pointing out that flight EK 123 will leave Dubai at 10:45 in the morning, arriving at Istanbul International Airport at 2:25 in the afternoon. While the return flight, EK 124, takes off from Istanbul at 4:25 pm, and arrives at Dubai International Airport at 9:50 at night.
Emirates Airlines confirmed that the giant plane, which it will occupy on the Istanbul route, will provide 517 seats, in three classes: 14 private suites in the first class, 76 seats that convert to a completely flat bed in the business class, and 427 comfortable seats in the economy class, which will increase the capacity for each flight. With more than 150 seats compared to the Boeing 777-300ER currently operating.