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Emirates resumes services to Clark International Airport

Posted 14 August 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates will commence services to Clark International Airport, Philippines, on 19 August 2020.

 

The Emirates A380 service will operate as EK 2520 and EK 338, departing Dubai at 0240hrs and arriving at Clark at 1530hrs. The flight will depart Clark at 1820hrs, arriving in Dubai at 2245hrs on the same day.

 

Orhan Abbas, senior vice president, commercial operations - Far East, Emirates said: "We are proud to fly our first scheduled A380 service to Clark, in the year we are celebrating our 30th anniversary of serving the Philippines. Emirates has shared a long-standing relationship with the country and our commitment to it and our customers remains stronger than ever."

 

"We would like to thank the authorities in the Philippines for supporting us throughout the years. We resumed scheduled passenger services to Clark on 1 August with six weekly flights and have since been witnessing tremendous demand from customers in the UAE and other cities within our network to travel to the Philippines. In addition to marking a milestone and making its debut to Clark, the highly-popular Emirates A380 aircraft will accommodate more travellers on the flight, while allowing them to experience its unique features and safety protocols we have put in place to protect our customers and crew."

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