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Emirates has announced that it will re-establish Dubai-Adelaide service, according to a report by Wego. This significant development is expected to provide South Australia with a crucial connection to over 140 destinations worldwide through the airline’s global network.


The Adelaide service, operated daily using Boeing 777-200LR aircraft, will comprise 38 Business Class seats and 264 Economy Class seats, totaling 302 seats per flight and over 4,200 seats weekly between Dubai and Adelaide. Business Class on the Adelaide service will adopt a 2-2-2 configuration.


Dubai (depart 02.00) – Adelaide (arrive 20.50)*


Adelaide (depart 22.35) – Dubai (05.15)*

*local times

The daily flights will commence on October 28, 2024, offering travelers seamless connections to Europe, the Middle East, India, and the east coast of the United States.

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Emirates’ decision to resume service to Adelaide underscores its commitment to supporting South Australia’s economic growth and providing travelers with convenient access to international destinations.

With a focus on providing an exceptional travel experience, Emirates offers a wide range of amenities, including award-winning inflight entertainment and regionally inspired cuisine. Passengers flying First Class out of Australian ports will have the opportunity to enjoy Penfolds RWT Shiraz sourced from the Barossa Valley. Emirates’ expansion in Australia, including increased services and upgraded offerings, reflects its confidence in the market’s recovery and its commitment to providing travelers with world-class service.

Last week, Wego also reported that Emirates will be introducing more robust schedules to Brisbane and Perth.

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