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Emirates resumes the world's longest non-stop commercial flight

The flight retrieved the longest root of the Emirates by traveling a distance of 14 thousand 200 km.

United Arab Emirates Airlines resumes one of the world's longest non-stop commercial flights, a 14,200 km non-stop flight to its network on the airline Received the longest path. According to Emirates media, Emirates' flagship A380 made a historic touch at Auckland Airport, this is the first time that the UAE's double-decker landed in Auckland after February 2020, which showed the rising travel demand inside and outside New Zealand. The special non-stop service from Dubai to Auckland was welcomed at Auckland Airport before the Corona outbreak.

It is reported that Emirates flight EK448 took off from Dubai International Airport at 10am to 05 minutes and landed in Auckland at 11am local time at 11am, along with a distance of 14,200 km. The flight regains the longest route of Emirates on its network, the duration of the flight from Dubai to New Zealand is less than 16 hours and 17 hours 15 minutes in the opposite direction, which is the world's longest non-stop. The schedule makes one of the commercial flights.

It has been learned that Emirates has been flying to New Zealand for 19 years, which is a sign of its ongoing commitment to the market by connecting New Zealand and the world with daily flights, Emirates during Corona epidemic disease. Continue service, as well as its Sky Cargo services that bring the necessary goods inside and outside the country, the latest update of its services will provide users with a maximum level of flexibility and choice when making travel projects, Which will give them smooth connectivity and reduce transit time when traveling to other places in the global network, including Europe and the Middle East.

What is worth mentioning here is that the Emirates A380 experience is highly desirable for travelers who offer 14 first-class sweets and 76 false flat seats in business class; Looking forward to enjoying the passengers who offer the best experiences in the sky, such as onboard lounge, first-class suites, shower spa and an award-winning flight entertainment system that includes more than 5,000 channels of on-demand entertainment Yes.

Due to the increasing demand for air travel, the airline is gradually intensifying the deployment of its flagship A380 aircraft, currently, the A380 A380 is currently deployed to 37 global places in 25 countries in the world, which increased to March 2023. Will reach the cities.

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