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Emirates Airlines has announced that it will be reinstating its A380 service to Vienna. The service will resume from 21 February and will continue until 31 March. This move is set to offer increased choice and capacity for travellers during the winter season, as reported by Wego.
We're bringing back our A380 to Vienna starting from 21 February until 31 March, offering increased choice and capacity for travellers during the winter season. https://t.co/Mc3a5HvElQ pic.twitter.com/bHrc1S3n4I
— Emirates (@emirates) January 9, 2024
The schedule for the reinstated service has been released. Emirates’ EK127 flight is set to depart from Dubai at 08:55 local time and arrive in Vienna at 12:25. The return flight, EK128, will take off from Vienna at 15:10 and land in Dubai at 23:40. These timings have been strategically planned to provide travellers with optimal convenience.
Passengers departing from Vienna on Emirates flights will be reintroduced to the unique features of the A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft. The A380 is known for its first-class suites and shower spas, an onboard lounge, and a diverse selection of international and regionally-inspired cuisine. To further enhance the travel experience, passengers will have access to Emirates’ award-winning in-flight entertainment system, ice, which offers up to 6,500 channels of on-demand entertainment.
The reinstatement of the A380 service to Vienna is expected to boost tourism in the region, providing a much-needed lift during the winter season. Travellers can now look forward to a more comfortable and enjoyable journey with Emirates Airlines.