Emirates increases capacity to Lisbon

DUBAI, 20th February, 2018 (WAM) — Emirates today announced it will resume a second daily service to Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, from 1st June, 2018.

The flight will be operated by an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER in a three class cabin configuration, with eight private suites in First Class, 42 seats in Business Class, and 310 spacious seats in Economy Class.

According to Turismo de Portugal, a record 21 million people visited the country in 2017, an increase of 10 percent when compared to the previous year, while Lisbon recorded a 16 percent increase.

“Portugal is experiencing an upturn in its economy and strong tourism growth. The second daily service between Dubai and Lisbon will therefore meet growing demand for seats on the route, as well as offer our customers in Portugal and from across Emirates’ worldwide network more choice and flexibility when planning their travel,” said Hubert Frach, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, West.

The second flight, EK193, will depart Dubai at 14:25 and arrive in Lisbon at 19:40, while the return flight EK194, will leave Lisbon at 21:15 and land in Dubai at 08:05 the next morning. Emirates’ current flight, EK191, departs Dubai at 07:25 and arrives in Lisbon at 12:35. The return flight EK192, departs Lisbon at 14:15 and arrives back in Dubai 01:10.

With the choice of two conveniently timed flights a day, travellers will enjoy seamless and increased connectivity through Emirates’ Dubai hub to key destinations across the airline’s worldwide network, including Australia, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Luanda, Thailand and Johannesburg.

Customers travelling from Lisbon can also access over 90 destinations under the Emirates and flydubai network partnership with seamless connections through Dubai, especially for flights to and from destinations such as Kathmandu, Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, Sylhet and Chittagong.

The added frequency will also enable Emirates SkyCargo to offer up to 20 tonnes of cargo capacity on the aircraft per flight, giving businesses and traders opportunities for increased imports and exports.

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