World’s fastest growing and top ranked airline Emirates has recently upgraded its services on the route between Perth and Dubai by launching new aircraft on its twice daily flights to Dubai. Emirates Airline is one of the very few International airlines offering Flights to Australia from all major UK airports. Its extended routes cover all cosmopolitan cities in Australia including flights to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
Emirates will be using Boeing 777-200LR aircraft on the twice daily Perth-Dubai route from December 06th, 2010 onwards. Boeing 777-200LR is a long range air craft that will be operating early morning service to Dubai, on Emirates Flight number EK425. The evening flight number EK421 has already received the aircraft.
This development on Emirates most important route is a good beginning of the travelling season where speculators expect Australia to experience much bugger Tourist boom than any earlier year.
The specialty of the new aircraft on Perth-Dubai route is that it’s specifically designed for medium to long-haul flights with enhanced comfort and luxurious onboard features. It includes all classes, Economy, Business and First Class. Boeing 777-200LR is fitted with Private Suites in First Class, flat-beds in Business Class and spacious seating for Economy Class travelers allowing more leg room. It has an expanded in-flight entertainment system as well, with over 1,200 channels available onboard and uses an in-flight entertainment system – ICE (information, communications and entertainment) featuring larger screens, a wider selection of movies, popular television programs, music, and flight information.
At this occasion, Darren Tyrrell, Emirates AirlineSales Manager Western Australia stated:
“The new aircraft signifies the airline’s dedication to providing passengers with the highest quality service and travel experience, and its commitment to the Western Australian market,”
He further added “Western Australians are avid travelers and we are proud to offer them access to a superior product regardless of their chosen class of travel. The introduction of the new aircraft will ensure an enhanced and consistent travel experience for Emirates’ passengers to Dubai, and beyond to 108 destinations worldwide including 25 European cities.”
The flight times are scheduled keeping in view the large number of connecting flight passengers, as stated by Mr. Tyrrell:
“The early morning service also allows Emirates flyers to have breakfast in Perth, lunch in Dubai and dinner in Europe”.
Other important features of this new Boeing B777-200LR include increased cargo capacity, fuel efficiency and environment friendly operations. It is installed with 8 Private Suites in First Class, 42 Business class seats and 216 in Economy and has the capability for passengers to make phone calls, email and SMS services from any class.