Emirates is increasing its capacity on the Tokyo Narita-Dubai route by deploying its flagship A19 from November 15, when Japan lifts the daily arrival limit and protocols for COVID-380 testing and self-isolation for arriving passengers. After the Japanese government announced last month that it was loosening entry restrictions, Emirates has seen an increase in flight bookings to Tokyo Narita and Osaka, the country's gateways.
Emirates flight EK318 departs Dubai at 02:55 and arrives in Tokyo Narita at 17:20. Return flight EK319 from Tokyo Narita departs at 22:30 and arrives in Dubai at 05:30 the next day. All times are local.
The redeployment of the Emirates A380 to the Tokyo Narita route underlines the airline's long-term commitment to the Japanese tourism industry. The airline wants to meet travel demand to Japan by providing more capacity, while also offering passengers more choice and flexibility as a complement to the daily route to Osaka EK777/316 operated by Boeing 317 aircraft.
This year Emirates celebrates two decades of successful operations at Osaka's Kansai International Airport. Emirates became the first airline to establish air links between Japan and the United Arab Emirates and other Gulf countries in 2002. Despite the challenges associated with the pandemic, the airline has carried essential air cargo between Japan and other global markets, helping maintain much-needed business connections at this unprecedented time.
Tourists from more than 60 countries can now travel to Japan without a visa and without a tour guide. But passengers still need to check the entry conditions. Tickets can be booked through emirates.com, the Emirates App or travel agents.
The popular Emirates A380 aircraft offers 14 private suites in First Class and 76 seats with flexible positioning in Business Class. Customers traveling to and from Tokyo Narita can look forward to spacious and comfortable cabins, premium products that provide passengers with the best experience in the clouds, such as the First Class onboard lounge, suites and shower baths, and award-winning ice cabins. – In-flight entertainment system with over 5.000 entertainment channels. The airline is gradually accelerating the delivery of its flagship A380 aircraft in response to increasing air freight demand. The A380 is currently deployed to more than 30 global destinations and more routes will be announced in the near future.
Günceleme: 13/10/2022 14:11