Emirates Airline has expanded the network of destinations served by its flagship A380 aircraft with the launch of new scheduled A380 services. The new services are from Dubai to Taipei and Prague, becoming the first carrier to operate the superjumbo to the two cities.
Taipei was introduced as a daily Boeing 777 service in February 2014 and Emirates has since transported nearly 450,000 passengers between Taipei and Emirates’ Dubai home.
The Prague-Dubai route was launched in July 2010 with a daily A330 service and Emirates has since carried over 1.1 million passengers between the two cities.
The Emirates Dubai-Prague-Dubai route operates as EK139 and EK140, served by an A380 aircraft that can accommodate 519 passengers in a three-class configuration.
For Taiwanese travellers, flights EK366 and EK367 will be served by the new two-class configuration offering a total of 615 seats.