From 29 October, Emirates will increase flights to and from Cairo to 28 per week, giving passengers more options to connect to Dubai and the chance to enjoy more of the Emirates A380’s signature experience.
The operational boost will see Emirates operating four flights per day, the A380 three times per day and the Boeing 777 one service per day. Cairo is the MENA region with the most deployments of Emirates A380 services, second only to Dubai. The new service and seat capacity upgrade on the Dubai-Cairo route will help meet high demand to and from Cairo and support the country’s tourism renaissance, adding more than 2,200 seats per week in each direction.
EK921 is now operating daily, departing Dubai at 1200 and arriving at Cairo International Airport at 1415. The return service EK922 will depart Cairo at 1615 hours and arrive in Dubai at 2145 hours.
Emirates’ third A380 flight EK925 to Cairo will depart Dubai at 20:40 and land at 22:55. EK926 will leave Cairo at 00:40 the next day and arrive in Dubai at 06:10.
The Emirates A380 experience is highly sought after by travelers for its spacious and comfortable cabin and signature products that provide travelers with the best in-flight experience, such as inflight lounges, first class suites and spa showers. The airline currently deploys its flagship A380 to 41 destinations around the world.
Flights to Cairo feature Emirates’ award-winning service and industry-leading products on a modern three-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with private suites in First Class, lie-flat seats in Business Class and Spacious seating.
Passengers can enjoy Emirates’ world-class services and products on board, including ice, Emirates’ in-flight entertainment system, with more than 5,000 channels of on-demand movies, music, TV shows, boxed TV shows and documentaries, supporting more than 40 Language, including a wide selection of Arabic content, such as classic and new Egyptian movies and TV shows, and the best Egyptian music. Guests in all classes can also enjoy a delicious multi-course meal prepared by an award-winning chef on board.
Emirates began operating three flights a week to Cairo in April 1986 and has flown 9.6 million passengers to and from Cairo since then. Operations grew steadily as frequency and capacity between Cairo and Dubai increased to meet customer demand.
Emirates currently operates 25 weekly flights between Cairo and Dubai. Over the past three decades, the airline has transported tourists through its global network spanning six continents, making an important contribution to the local economy and tourism industry. – trade arab news agency