Emirates Launches A380 to Bengaluru

Emirates Made Its First Flight to Bengaluru with A
Emirates Launches A380 to Bengaluru

Emirates' flagship A380 made a historic landing at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru in southern India, making the maiden voyage of the world's largest passenger aircraft.

The airline's flagship A380 will begin flights to the city in South India from October 30; Bangalore will join more than 30 destinations on the Emirates network where the double-decker aircraft flies.

Emirates' flagship A380 made a historic landing at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru in southern India, making the maiden voyage of the world's largest passenger aircraft.

This special Dubai-Bengaluru flight, operated with the number of EK562 flights and met with a convoy of tracking vehicles, landed in the city before the scheduled A30 flights to begin on October 380.

Emirates flight EK562 departed Dubai International Airport at 10:00 am and arrived in Bengaluru at 15:40 local time and was flown at Kempegowda International Airport by aviation enthusiasts, media professionals, special guests representing the aviation and travel industries and diplomatic missions. received by the delegations.

The plane, which made its flight with 224 passengers, at the welcome reception in Bengaluru, Karnataka Government Cooperation Minister ST Somashekar Gowda; UAE Ambassador to India Dr. Ahmed Abdel Rahman AlBanna; He was welcomed by Hari Marar, Managing Director and CEO of Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) and Mohammed Sarhan, Vice President of Emirates India and Nepal.

Among the passengers on board were Adnan Kazim, Emirates Commercial Affairs Director, and Ahmed Khoory, Emirates Senior Vice President, Commercial Affairs, West Asia and Indian Ocean Region.

To celebrate this joint milestone of Emirates and the airport, the VIP guests participating in the A380 service are: GMJ Thampy, President and General Manager of Riya Travels; Tariq Chauhan, CEO of EFS Facilities Services Group; Mohamed Al Rais, Deputy General Manager of Al Rais Travel; Kanoo Travel General Manager Aubrey Heldt; Sachin Gadoya, Co-Founder and CEO of Musafir; Sai Rattan, Director of SNTTA; Travel Center Manager Prakash Punjabi; Noura Al Marzouqi, Head of ADNOC Reservations and Visitor Services Division, and Azza Al Remeithi, ADNOC Reservations Services Supervisor.

Praising Emirates for the launch of the iconic aircraft to Bengaluru, BIAL Director of Strategy and Development Satyaki Raghunath said: “Bengaluru is the first city in South India where Emirates' flagship A380 has sailed. The wide-body aircraft's flight also demonstrates the operational capacity and rising passenger demand at BLR Airport. The enhanced premium experience that the new A380 brings to the Dubai-Bengaluru route will not only meet strong travel demand, but will also stimulate traffic between the two markets.”

Adnan Kazim, Chief Commercial Officer, Emirates, said: “Our special relationship with Bengaluru and the State of Karnataka is based on mutual growth and prosperity and we are delighted that the A380 is launching services to this crucial destination for passengers in South India. This flight is testament to our fruitful relationship with the city, and we look forward to offering our flagship experience in all cabin classes to all passengers traveling to and from Bengaluru, starting scheduled daily A380 services later this month.

“India is a huge market with high interest in our flights to points in our network, and we are pleased to bring our A380 service to one more destination in the country.”

After the symbolic welcoming ceremony, Emirates cabin crew showed off the interior of their latest four-class A380 aircraft to government officials and guests. With the launch of Emirates' scheduled A30 flights from 380 October, the airline will operate on this route with its excellent First Class service with exclusive products and services such as Shower & Spa and In-flight Lounge, Business Class cabins offering superior comfort and private space, and spacious seats. It will perform with the three-class flagship A380, which stands out with Economy Class.

New A380 flights from Emirates to Bengaluru

Passengers traveling to and from Bengaluru will benefit from the aircraft's exclusive products and services on a wider network by traveling on the Emirates A380. Emirates operated its first A380 service in India on the Dubai-Mumbai route in 2014, and Bengaluru will be the second city in India to be served by the iconic aircraft.

Emirates' A380 flights from Dubai to Bengaluru will operate on EK30 and EK568 flights from 569 October. The daily flight will depart from the airline's hub Dubai at 21:25 and arrive in Bengaluru at 02:30 local time the next day. The return flight will depart from Kempegowda International Airport at 04:30 and arrive in Dubai at 07:10 (local time). Emirates operates two more daily flights on its other wide-body aircraft, the Boeing 777.

Emirates currently operates A30s to more than 380 destinations around the world, and plans to launch its popular aircraft to more than 2023 destinations by March 40.

Continuing to be a long-time favorite of travel enthusiasts, the Emirates A380 is appreciated for its extra seat space. Premium cabins feature champagne-coloured seats with direct aisle access for each passenger, convertible into beds, a personalized mini-bar, ample space to store personal items, and high-level personal privacy. Passengers will also be able to enjoy more than 5000 channels of ice, the airline's award-winning inflight entertainment platform, with the largest screens in the industry in all cabin classes.

Emirates started its India flights with scheduled flights to Mumbai and Delhi in 1985, and has been offering its award-winning services to its passengers in Bangalore since 2006. Emirates provides access to nine destinations in India, while passengers benefit from a comfortable connection to its global network of more than 130 destinations.

Günceleme: 26/10/2022 14:39

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