Emirates has announced a third daily flight from Dubai to Hong Kong, which will complement its current two direct services, operating with a short stopover in Bangkok.
The airline will also be upgrading its services to Sydney to an all-A380 operation, committing nearly 2,000 extra weekly seats with the upgrade to its double-decker aircraft on its third daily flight, starting November 4.
The Emirates A380 service will replace the Boeing 777-300ER currently being deployed, adding more than 260 extra daily seats and more connection opportunities to and from Dubai. The third service will complement the two existing Sydney routes.
Emirates currently operates thrice daily Melbourne and Sydney services, flies twice daily to Brisbane, and daily flights to Perth. It has also reintroduced services from Melbourne to Singapore, in addition to connecting Sydney with Christchurch.
In addition, the airline will soon return to Adelaide in the summer of 2024 with the introduction of the Emirates Airbus A350.