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Emirates Adds West Asia Flights

Emirates Airlines announced it added flight services to West Asia to meet an expected increase in demand.  Four flights to Colombo and five flights were added to Malee bringing its services to Sri Lanka and Maldives to 18 and 14 flights respectively. 

Flights from Dubai to Malee, and Columbo to Dubai will operate on an A330 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  The A330 is configured with 12 first class, 42 business class, and 183 economy seats.  Emirates Airline also began a direct route to Columbo and two more connections from Dubai to Malee every Wednesday and Friday.  These services will operate on a Boeing 777 configured with 12 first class, 42 business class, and 310 economy seats.
 

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