Emirates boosts connectivity throughout West Asia

Additional flights to Dhaka and Kolkata

The additional Emirates flights to Dhaka will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER
The additional Emirates flights to Dhaka will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER
Emirates' passengers experience a wide range of products and services with over 2,000 free channels of films
Emirates' passengers experience a wide range of products and services with over 2,000 free channels of films

Emirates’ passengers in Europe, the Middle East and North America can now enjoy more convenient connections to West Asia as the airline increased frequencies to Dhaka and Kolkata.

Effective 29th March, Emirates weekly flights to Dhaka and Kolkata increased to 21 and 13 respectively. The airline also added capacity on its Kolkata route, upgrading the aircraft to a Boeing 777-200, and is introducing its renowned First Class cabin to passengers travelling to the Indian hub.

The additional flights offer convenient connections with Emirates’ West Asia and Indian Ocean (WA&IO) network from 37 European, 17 Middle Eastern and 10 American destinations. Emirates has been flying to WA&IO since 1985. Karachi, Delhi and Mumbai were among the airline’s first destinations when it began operations. Today, Emirates serves 19 cities in WA&IO with 321 flights per week, offering the best connectivity in the region.

While on board, Emirates passengers experience a wide range of products and services with over 2,000 free channels of films, TV shows, music, games and podcasts through ice, the airline’s multi-award winning in-flight entertainment system.

Emirates’ customers enjoy cuisine prepared by gourmet chefs and world-famous service from the airline’s multi-national cabin crew, as well as a generous baggage allowances with 40kg in Business Class and 30kg in Economy Class.

Emirates currently operates daily scheduled flights between Malta and Dubai via Larnaca, Cyprus.

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