Emirates confirmed the launching of its seventh daily service between Dubai and Bangkok starting from 1 July. The additional service, which will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, will help meet growing passenger demand, affirming Thailand’s position as a popular destination for business and leisure. It will make Bangkok one of the most served destinations on the Emirates network, on par with Kuwait and Doha.
The new service joins the existing four daily A380 and two daily 777 flights that currently operate between Dubai and Bangkok, and enhances the weekly services on the route to 49, adding another 2,520 seats capacity per week in each direction between Bangkok and Dubai to further facilitate travel and trade opportunities between Thailand and Emirates’ global network.
Passengers on Emirates flights enjoy the renowned hospitality of its multi-national Cabin Crew, as well as gourmet cuisine and Emirates’ award-winning ice entertainment system. With up to 2,500 channels including movies, television programmes, games, audio books, and music, ice has been named the world’s best inflight entertainment system by Skytrax for 11 consecutive years.
From July 1, the new service operating daily as EK350 will depart Dubai at 1950hrs and arrive at Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 0510hrs the following day*. This flight provides an attractive departure time for travellers from the UAE and Middle East with an early morning arrival in Bangkok enabling a full day ahead for business or leisure activity. Furthermore, it would allow numerous connections to regional points with our codeshare partner, Bangkok Airways.
The return flight, EK351, will depart Bangkok at 0635hrs and arrive in Dubai the same day at 0950hrs from July 2**. This flight will connect seamlessly with a number of destinations in Europe such as London, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Istanbul, Madrid and Barcelona.
As with all Emirates flights, passengers on the new service will benefit from a generous baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50 kg in First Class.