Emirates resumes A380 service with Hong Kong


Emirates will be operating daily flights between Dubai and Hong Kong.


Emirates has resumed flying A380 planes into Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok international airport.


The passenger service between Dubai and Hong Kong restarted earlier this month. Emirates says it is the first airline to resume A380 operations with the Asian hub since the suspension of passenger flights in early 2020.


The return service between Dubai and Hong Kong will run daily via Bangkok on Emirates’ three A380 aircraft. They offer 14 first class suites, 76 lie-flat seats in business class and 429 economy seats.


Travellers from Hong Kong will be able to connect with more than 90 global destinations in Dubai.


Customers have the option to change travel dates or extend ticket validity for up to two years. The airline also provides free and automatic multi-risk travel insurance with Covid-19 cover for tickets bought on or from December 1 2020. More information can be found online.


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