The company will be the first to carry out an Airbus A380, the world’s largest commercial aircraft in service, for commercial flights to Morocco. Dubai carrier Emirates will launch its crown jewel A380 aircraft with the Moroccan city of Casablanca from March of next year, it reported on Monday. The carrier will be the first to conduct an Airbus A380 flight in the market going to North Africa & Morocco, according to a recent announcement.
Starting March 26, a 3 class, with 491seats A380 carrier will substitute the Boeing 777-300ER plane presently utilized on the city of Dubai to Casablanca course. EK751 departs Dubai at 07:25hrs and lands in Casablanca at 12:55hrs. While Casablanca – Dubai flight, EK752, leaves at 14:55hrs & arrives in Dubai at 01:25hrs the following morning. The change to the A380 will offer a sum of 1834 extra seats for every week, taking care of the increasing demand from travelers on the course, Emirates said.
That consists of fourteen private suites in the 1st class, seventy six lie-flat seats in business class and four hundred and one seats in the economy class. Casablanca has turned out to be one of Emirates’ most famous cities and has seen constant increase since being introduced in March of 2002, according to an announcement. Last year, the company transported almost 260,000 travelers & more than ten thousand tons of freight connecting Dubai & Casablanca.
Emirates, voted as the World’s Best Airline this year by Skytrax World Airline Awards, has been presenting the jumbo jet on a few new routes. The company now flies the world’s biggest fleets of Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s, giving its customers the comfort of modern and most efficient commercial super jets of this time. To date, the carrier has provided A380 services with more than forty five destinations over its system and has serviced sixty five million travelers on the air ship ever since 2008. Dubai’s Emirates as of latest moved to an all-A380 and B777 planes. Its present fleet of 88 A380s has gone by more than 64 air terminals, flown about 986 million kilometers, & made 74,263 return flights to date.
The carrier additionally has fifty four additional A380 pending deliveries.
Travelers like Abu Dhabi based Moroccan businessman Mohamed Dekkak flying from Casablanca, Morocco to UAE’s world class hub in Dubai can easily travel to more destinations in the Emirates network, particularly in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, & Oman, east Asia and Australia, with many cities, such as Doha, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Sydney, Perth & Brisbane also being served by the A380.