A statement from (Emirates Airlines) regarding flights, especially flights to Southeast Asian countries
"About 30 to 40% of the seat capacity that the (carrier) occupies at the present time is to serve the demand for travel to Dubai," said Adnan Kazim, CEO of Commercial Operations at Emirates Airlines, referring to the strong demand for travel to Dubai during this period. The period coincides with the winter season.
He stated that «Emirates Airlines flights record a very high load factor during December 2022», pointing out that «the occupancy rates of the carrier's flights are very good, and the flights record high occupancy rates to many destinations around the world, despite the varying occupancy rates between the outbound and return flights. , in general".
He pointed out that when all the carrier's lines are restored, especially some markets from the Far East, and all operational capacity is restored to before "Covid-19", Dubai's share of travel will return to 25% of the carrier's total demand.
Emirates Airlines begins the new year by adding a fourth daily flight between Dubai and Bangkok, starting January 1, 2023, which enhances communication between the two gates and provides more options for travelers. The new daily flight will help meet the growing demand for international travel to and from Bangkok, at a time when the travel and tourism sector in Thailand is witnessing a boom.
The new flight will operate with the Airbus A380, with a three-class division. Emirates Airlines flight EK374 departs Dubai International Airport at 10:35 at night, and arrives in Bangkok at 7:35 the next morning. As for the return flight, EK 377, it operates with a two-class plane, and it departs Bangkok at 2 am, arriving in Dubai at 6 am. By operating 28 flights per week to Bangkok and 14 flights per week to Phuket, Emirates Airlines provides more flexibility and options for travelers between Dubai and Bangkok, as well as to 130 destinations on six continents via Dubai. Emirates Airlines also operates a daily direct flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong.