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Emirates, the world-renowned airline, is set to resume its daily flights to Phnom Penh starting 1 May via Singapore, as per a report by Wego. This move is expected to enhance the airline’s connectivity between Southeast Asia and Dubai, bridging two significant trade and leisure hubs in the region.


Adnan Kazim, Deputy President and Chief Commercial Officer of Emirates, emphasized the significance of restarting the Phnom Penh service. He highlighted the airline’s dedication to bolstering its Southeast Asian network and expressed gratitude to Cambodian and Singaporean authorities for their support in establishing this route. Kazim anticipates the reintroduction of customers to another vibrant destination on Emirates’ network.

The flights will be facilitated by a three-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The outbound flight, EK348, will embark on its journey from Dubai at 02:30 local time, making its way to Singapore and landing at 14:05. After a brief layover, it will take off from Singapore at 15:35 and arrive in Phnom Penh at 16:35.

The return journey, flight EK349, will commence from Phnom Penh at 20:50, reaching Singapore at 23:50. After a short stopover, it will depart Singapore at 01:40 the following day, concluding its journey in Dubai at 04:55 local time. This schedule ensures seamless connectivity for passengers across various time zones.

The schedule aligns conveniently with Singapore, offering optimal connections to and from various cities in France, the UK, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States. With this addition, Emirates will operate four daily flights to Singapore starting May 1st.

The new Emirates services will feature 8 first-class private suites, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class, and 310 spacious seats in Economy Class. All passengers will be accompanied by the airline’s renowned service and industry-leading products. Passengers can enjoy regionally-inspired dishes, complimentary beverages, and access to the ice-inflight entertainment system, offering over 6,500 channels of entertainment in over 40 languages.