The new service departs Dubai at 0230, arrives in Doha at the same time and returns to Dubai at 0535.Ê It complements the current flight schedules to Doha and offers Emirates’ passengers a choice of four flight timings - morning, afternoon, late evening and early morning.
Passengers travelling from Doha to Europe via Dubai have a great shopping treat in store for them.Ê An introductory offer valid from 1st July to 31st July provides free Dubai Duty Free vouchers to First Class passengers worth AED 1000/-, Business Class AED 750/- and Economy Class AED 500/-.
Passengers returning from Doha can now enjoy better connections to and from Europe and the Middle East, and to specific sectors such as Manila, Sydney and Johannesburg. Emirates currently offers services to 66 cities in 46 countries in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Indian Sub-Continent and Asia-Pacific. Passengers will also be able connect to several new destinations being launched this year - Moscow on 1st July, Auckland on 1st August, Brisbane, Shanghai and Lagos later this year.
Emirates’ First and Business Class passengers from Doha can travel in style throughout as limousine transfers pick them up and drop them back to their homes.Ê All passengers can check in their baggage on the previous day between 1600 and 1800, ensuring smooth, hassle-free travel on the day.
Hamad Obaidulla, General Manager GCC, Yemen & Iran said: “The new service is an integral part of our operating plan as our forecasts had clearly indicated increasing demand on the Dubai-Doha route.Ê We are on target in terms of our expansion plans for the region and our passengers, mainly business executives, now have the flexibility of travelling at different times of the day.”
The core of the Emirates experience is undoubtedly its inflight services.Ê Well-groomed and well-trained cabin crew, hailing from more than 90 countries cater to the needs of its international passengers.Ê The airline offers its First Class and Business Class travellers all-encompassing luxury and exclusivity ranging from swift check-ins to full service business and entertainment facilities, refined meals and beverages.
Economy Class passengers are served five course meals, have access to personal satellite phones, central fax machines and excellent entertainment options.
Even on short-haul 40-minute flights to Doha, depending on the time of travel, premium travellers can enjoy hot breakfast and a range of pastries, hot and savoury snacks and beverages, while Economy Class passengers can savour continental breakfast, snacks, sandwiches and juices.
Emirates announced the largest order in aviation history at the recently concluded Paris Air Show, when it added 71 new Airbus and Boeing aircraft worth US$19 billion to its fast-growing fleet.Ê It is now the main launch customer for two innovative ultra-modern aircraft - A340-600 HGW and A380 double-decker super-jumbos.
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