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Emirates to operate A380 to St. Petersburg during autumn holidays

Posted 10 September 2018 · Add Comment

Emirates will operate its A380 between Dubai and St. Petersburg, temporarily replacing the Boeing 777 aircraft currently operating on the route.

 

This will be the first time an A380 has operated to St. Petersburg, demonstrating the extensive work and preparation the airport has undertaken in order to receive the double-decker aircraft.

During this period, passengers departing from St. Petersburg will have the opportunity to experience the A380 on onward legs of their journey to a wide range of tourist and business destinations on the Emirates network including Mauritius, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, Melbourne, and others, via a seamless connection in Dubai. 

Through its partnership with Flydubai, Emirates also provides customers in St. Petersburg with convenient, seamless access to a range of destinations beyond Dubai, including Zanzibar and Kathmandu.

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