Emirate Airlines Adds More Daily Flights To Sydney & Melbourne To Meet Soaring Demands

by Deeplata Garde
Emirate Airlines Adds More Daily Flights To Sydney & Melbourne To Meet Soaring Demands

Emirates has increased its operations to two major cities, Sydney and Melbourne. This marks yet another important step in the restoration of its Australian capacity. Three daily routes via Singapore will be available to Melbourne starting on March 26. A third direct connection to Sydney will be available on May 1. Travelling from Dubai to Australia will be more convenient.

Emirates Have Added New Flights On The Australian Route

You can select between Economy, Business, or First Class seats on any of the two new flights, which will use a three-class Boeing 777 300ER. In order to give Australians another way to go over the Tasman, the carrier will also resume flights to Christchurch, New Zealand through Sydney.

The flight from Dubai to Singapore to Melbourne will leave at 9:15 p.m. local time, and land in Singapore at 8:50 a.m. From there it will then proceed to Melbourne at 10:25 a.m. local time, where it will arrive at 20:35 p.m. local time. The flight from Melbourne to Singapore departs at 3:25 a.m.; it reaches Singapore at 8:15 a.m. And then at 9:40 a.m., it departs for Dubai, where it arrives at 1 p.m. local time.

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500,000 Additional Seats To Meet Soaring Demands For Melbourne & Sydney

Pic Creds: Flyemirates

Over 500,000 more additional seats will be available on the Australia route every year post this launch. It is an incredible accomplishment in restoring Australia’s capacity and a reflection of their long-standing dedication to aviation down under that the two cities are once again running at pre-pandemic frequency.

It’s simple to find flights from Melbourne to any location. View the scheduled flights and travel guides by choosing your preferred destination city from the list of places Emirates offers flights to from Melbourne.

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