Emirates’ Flagship A380 Returns to Perth’s Skies from 1st December

Emirates’ Flagship A380 Returns to Perth’s Skies from 1st December

The service will expand cargo and passenger capacity driven by significant demand

From the first of December, Emirates will reintroduce its flagship A380 to Perth as part of the airline’s ramp up of services to Australia. The upgauge will increase Emirates’ seating and cargo capacity between its hub Dubai and Perth.

EK420 from Dubai will depart at 02:45, arriving in Perth at 17:20 the same day while EK421 flight will depart from Perth at 22:20, arriving in Dubai at 05:25 the following day. The daily A380 service will replace the existing daily Boeing 777- 300ER operation between Dubai and Perth.

The upgauge comes as Emirates proudly celebrates 20 years of serving the skies and communities of Perth, offering unparalleled connectivity to Dubai and across its global network.

Emirates has also been a longstanding supporter of arts, cultural and sporting institutions in Western Australia, with investments across a number of initiatives.

Emirates SkyCargo has also been an important contributor to the local economy, exporting meat, fruit and vegetables and mining equipment across the airline’s global route network including the Middle East, Europe and beyond.

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