Emirates Expands Services to Popular Asian Destination
Emirates has announced an exciting addition to its flight offerings, set to take off on November 1, 2023.
Emirates Expands Connectivity with Third Daily Flight to Hong Kong
The airline is introducing a third daily flight connecting Dubai to the vibrant city of Hong Kong. This service, operated by a Boeing 777-300ER, will provide travelers with non-stop access between these two prominent destinations.
Facilitating Seamless Connectivity
Increased connection for passengers traveling between Dubai and Hong Kong as well as to a variety of other highly sought-after locations within Emirates' broad network is anticipated as a result of the airline's extension of its flights to Hong Kong. Travelers can now take advantage of easy connections to the UK, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and many other European locations.
Meeting Market Demand
With the introduction of this additional flight, Emirates is increasing its weekly services to Hong Kong to a total of 21 flights. This strategic move is designed to cater to market demand while affording passengers greater flexibility, choice, and seamless connectivity.
Diverse Travel Options
Emirates' enhanced flight schedule offers passengers a variety of options to fit their travel plans. Alongside the two daily direct flights to Hong Kong, the airline also operates a third daily service via Bangkok. This comprehensive schedule allows travelers to select timings that align with their preferences and schedules.
The EK382/383, or third daily flight between Hong Kong and Dubai, will have a three-class layout consisting of First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class.
Scheduled timings for EK382/383 (local time) from November 1, 2023, to March 30, 2024, are as follows:
EK382/383 is scheduled to operate with timings as follows (all times are local):
November 1, 2023 - March 30, 2024:
- EK382 (DXB/HKG) – 3.15, 14.30
- EK383 (HKG/DXB) –18.00, 23.05
XB) – Departure: 18:00, Arrival: 23:05
These added flights, set to launch in November, will complement Emirates' existing direct services on EK380/381 and EK384/385, which include a brief stopover in Bangkok. This expansion underscores Emirates' commitment to offering travelers a comprehensive and flexible range of flight options to Hong Kong and beyond.