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New Emirates Flights for 2024: A380s to Vienna, New Routes to Seoul

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 23 January 2024
New Emirates Flights for 2024: A380s to Vienna, New Routes to Seoul

Emirates is set to elevate the travel experience with exciting developments in its flight operations in 2024, bringing more options and convenience to travelers.

Starting from February 21st to March 30th, the airline will introduce its iconic A380 aircraft on flights EK127 and EK128 between Dubai and Vienna, replacing the current Boeing 777-300ER.

With this upgrade, Emirates will be the exclusive carrier featuring the double-deck A380 at Vienna Airport, offering passengers a unique and spacious journey.

The A380 flights from Dubai to Vienna and back will provide an enhanced experience for travelers. EK127 will depart Dubai at 08:55am, reaching Vienna at 12:25pm, while the return flight, EK128, will leave Vienna at 3:10pm and land in Dubai at 11:40pm. However, the evening flights, EK126 and EK125, will continue to operate with the Boeing 777-300ER.

Vienna, a city steeped in history and culture, beckons with its coffee houses, museums, imperial palaces, and the former residence of the renowned psychologist Sigmund Freud. The city is also home to the famous Gustav Klimt painting, 'The Kiss,' showcased in various museums. Travelers can stroll along the iconic Ringstrasse, featuring historic buildings, and immerse themselves in Vienna's rich heritage.

In addition to the Vienna expansion, Emirates is broadening its horizons with new services to Seoul, South Korea. Commencing on February 19th, flights EK324/EK325 will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, utilizing a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

EK324 will depart Dubai at 4.45am, landing in Seoul Incheon International Airport at 6:05pm, with the return flight, EK325, departing Seoul at 10pm and arriving in Dubai at 3:15am the following day.

This move increases Emirates' weekly flights to Seoul to 10, offering travelers more accessibility to the vibrant city known for K-Pop, modern skyscrapers, ancient palaces, and delectable cuisine.