Emirates Starts Daily A380 Service to Prague from Dubai
Fly in style in an A380 between our campuses. Emirates started a daily A380 service between Prague and Dubai from May 1st.
Emirates’ daily service to Prague helps increase the connectivity of Prague and Dubai by allowing business and leisure travelers to fly directly .
The daily Emirates Prague–Dubai route departs Dubai at 9:05 a.m. and arrives in Prague at 1:30 p.m. The return leg will depart Prague at 3:40 p.m. and arrive in Dubai at 11:35 p.m.
While onboard, passengers in all cabin classes can enjoy Emirates’ renowned service provided by a multilingual crew representing more than 130 nationalities, savour gourmet cuisine and an award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice Digital Widescreen, which offers more than 2,100 channels of films, TV programmes, music and podcasts. It also offers access to an onboard shower for first class passengers and a lounge. Passengers traveling on the A380 easily stay connected to family, friends and colleagues with a wide range of communications options including free onboard Wi-Fi. The Emirates experience begins with a complimentary chauffeur-drive to and from the airport for Business Class and First Class passengers and with access to Emirates’ 38 exclusive airport lounges worldwide. As with all Emirates flights, passengers benefit from a generous baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50kg in First Class.
While an A380 can have up to 853 passengers in an all-economy configuration, the Emirates A380 on the Prague–Dubai route accommodates 519 passengers in a three-class configuration, with 429 economy class seats on the main deck and 76 flat-bed mini-pods in business class as well as 14 first class suites on the upper deck.
The A380 is the largest passenger jet in service, superseding the Boeing 747 which held title since 1969. The A380 had its first flight 2005 and was delivered for service in 2007. Emirates was among the first airlines to order A380s .The A380 has a wingspan of 79.75 meters and a length of 72.72 meters, compared to a 68.5 meter wingspan and 76.3 meter length for the Boeing 747.
Currently, Emirates operates 71 A380’s around the globe, and its order for 69 additional models makes Emirates the largest operator of this aircraft in the world. Emirates will also be the first and only carrier to regularly service a route with an Airbus A380 in the Czech Republic.