Emirates begins daily A380 service to Birmingham
Mar 28, 2016:Emirates’ A380 aircraft touched down in the Midlands as the airline commenced its brand new scheduled A380 service into Birmingham Airport. Emirates has been serving Birmingham for well over a decade, with its first daily service launched in December 2000. Based on strong demand in the region for Emirates’ services, Birmingham now boasts three daily flights to Dubai.
Passengers on board the inaugural A380 flight from Dubai to Birmingham connected from over 15 different destinations across Emirates’ global network.
Alison Gabrielle, a passenger on the inaugural flight into Birmingham, commented, “As a Bollywood cellist I fly to Asia and the Middle East almost on a monthly basis. I live 20 minutes from Birmingham Airport, so being able to fly on an A380 from so close to home means that I can travel in even more comfort during my work trips.”
The new A380 service will be operated in a two-class configuration, offering 615 seats in total, increasing daily capacity on the route by 261 seats. Birmingham is the 38th destination served by Emirates A380.
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