From December 1, 2015 Emirates will put in service a fourth daily flight from Dubai to Bangkok with its flagship aircraft, the Airbus A380. The aircraft is repalcing a previous Boeing 777. Emirates A380 will have a two-class configuration with a capacity of 615 seats, including 58 flatbed seats in Business Class and 557 seats in the spacious Economy Class.
Thanks to the conversion of its fourth daily flight to the A380 , Emirates will increase its total capacity on its Dubai-Bangkok route by 255 seats or 3,570 seats per week.
Volker Greiner, Emirates Vice President North & Central Europe explained that “Thailand is an important market for Emirates. Since our A380 first flight to Thailand in 2009, our flagship is extremely popular with travellers on this route. With the use of jets of the type A380 in a two-class configuration, we offer even more passengers the opportunity to experience this revolutionary aircraft. The Dubai-Bangkok route is very popular with business and leisure travelers. The additional A380 service will help us to meet the increasing demand of passengers for flights justice ”
The Emirates A380 in a two-class configuration has 58 flatbed seats in Business Class and 557 seats in the spacious Economy Class. Business Class passengers can experience the famous board lounge with bar, a popular meeting place above the clouds. On all Emirates flights passengers benefit of generous baggage allowance and traveling with 30kg baggage allowance in Economy Class and 40kg free baggage in the Business Class.
Emirates is the world’s largest A380 operators. Currently the A380 fleet currently comprises 64 aircraft, 76 more have been ordered. The Airbus A380 flies to 34 destinations including Bangkok and Singapore in the ASEAN.