Emirates has increased its flight frequencies to Dhaka and Kolkata to 21 and 13, respectively. The airline has added capacity on its Kolkata route, upgrading the aircraft to Boeing 777-200, and is introducing its renowned First Class cabin to passengers travelling to the India.
The additional flights offer convenient connections with Emirates’ West Asia and Indian Ocean (WA&IO) network from 37 European, 17 Middle Eastern and 10 American destinations. “As a global connector of people and places, we always seek to offer our customers greater flexibility in their travel plans. Increasing our presence in the West Asian region allows travellers to connect seamlessly from other flights on Emirates’ extensive global network while experiencing our award-winning product and service,” says Ahmed Khoory, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, West Asia and Indian Ocean, Emirates.
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