Emirates set to commence its initial A380 service to Bali.

Emirates set to commence its initial A380 service to Bali.

The Emirates airline, which is the biggest international airline globally, has announced that it will use its famous A380 airplane to fly to Bali from June 1, 2023. This marks an incredible moment in Indonesia's aviation industry since it's the first time an A380 service will be available for scheduled flights to the country.

Emirates has recently announced that they will be introducing a new 2-class A380 service to Bali, Indonesia. This service will be taking over one of the two daily routes that are currently being operated by a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The first flight of this service, EK368, will leave Dubai International Airport (DXB) at 03:25 hrs and arrive at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) at 16:35 hrs local time. The return flight, EK369, will depart from Bali at 19:40 hrs and land in Dubai at 00:45 hrs local time. It is important to note that all times provided are local.

You can buy tickets from emirates.com, the Emirates App, Emirates sales offices, and online or offline travel agents. It's also recommended that you visit the Emirates website for up-to-date information about travel requirements.

Emirates' Chief Commercial Officer, Adnan Kazim, spoke about the exciting news of the world's largest passenger aircraft being used for flights to Bali. The Emirates A380 represents our promise of providing excellent service and top-notch products. We can't wait for our passengers to experience the beauty and distinctiveness of this plane during their trips to and from Bali. Working together with our partners at the Ngurah Rai International Airport, we have ensured that the A380 operations there will be effortless and efficient. We want to extend our appreciation to the authorities and our partners for their assistance and support.

Bali remains a highly favored place for tourists in our network and Southeast Asia strategic markets. The Emirates A380 premiering in Indonesia highlights our unwavering dedication to the travel and tourism industry on the island. We aim to bring in more visitors to the area and provide both business and leisure travelers more ways to connect to Dubai and other cities across Europe and the Americas using Emirates' comprehensive worldwide network.

The President Director of PT. Angkasa Pura I, Faik Fahmi, announced that the planned use of the Airbus A380 in Indonesia will be a significant moment for the country's aviation industry and for Angkasa Pura I. He expressed his excitement in welcoming the Emirates A380 service, which will start operating early in June, and mentioned how proud he was that his company is the first airport operator to receive regular commercial flights of this type of aircraft in the country. Fahmi acknowledged that this remarkable feat was made possible through years of effective coordination, teamwork, and collaboration between Angkasa Pura I, Emirates, and the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia. He also mentioned that he hopes that the use of the A380 in Indonesia, most notably in Bali, will have a positive impact on the country's tourism and economy sectors. Lastly, he expressed his desire for more investment and cooperation opportunities in other sectors of the industry in Indonesia.

Back in 2015, Emirates started a direct daily flight from Dubai to Bali. This was in addition to their regular flights to Jakarta which started way back in 1992. Since then, the airline has run over 49,000 trips and transported over 9 million people from Indonesia to Dubai. At the moment, Emirates has 28 trips every week to Bali and Jakarta, and they provide convenient travel options to another 29 cities in Indonesia thanks to their partnerships with Garuda Indonesia and Batik Air.

Passengers flying on the Emirates A380 plane can choose from 58 Business Class seats that lie flat and 557 Economy Class seats that offer ample legroom. Travelers headed to or from Bali will delight in the roomy and cozy cabins of Emirates, which come loaded with amenities like the well-known Onboard Lounge, and delicious Indonesian dishes. Furthermore, ice, the renowned in-flight entertainment system of Emirates, boasts an extensive collection of over 5,000 channels with Indonesian content as well.

Emirates is enlarging its A380 network to keep up with the rising need for travel around the world. The airline's primary aircraft is currently being used in 41 places, such as Dubai, and is anticipated to increase to almost 50 places by the conclusion of summer.

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