(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
Dubai: Emirates' flagship A380 made a landmark touchdown at Christchurch Airport yesterday marking the resumption of its daily service from Dubai to Christchurch via Sydney after more than three years.
The A380 besides First, Business and Economy will also offer Premium Economy cabin and latest products across every class of travel.
The resumption of the Dubai to Christchurch route headlines a planned ramping up of seating capacity across Emirates' global network, after boosting operations 31% (total ASKMs) since the beginning of its financial year.
Emirates re-introduced nonstop A380 route from Auckland to Dubai in December of last year.
Travellers looking to venture beyond the airline's gateways will also have more connection opportunities to 55 cities across Australia and New Zealand through Emirates' long-standing partnership with Qantas.
Emirates has been flying to New Zealand for 20 years.
The airline now operates 21 weekly flights between Dhaka and Dubai and customers from Bangladesh can travel to over 140 destinations across six continents, via Dubai.
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