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Emirates Airline Will Add Fourth Daily Service To Bangkok

The Middle East’s largest airline, Emirates Airline will start a fourth daily flight to Bangkok, Thailand next month.  The flight, which is part of the airlines expansion in Asia-Pacific, will start on December 2.  The flight will operate on four wide bodied jets, including the A380 superjumbo, capable of carrying 488 passengers.  

This fourth flight to Bangkok gives Emirates Airlines the biggest capacity between the Middle East and Thailand.  Emirates will also introduce a third daily service to Sydney in Australia, two extra flights to Manila in the Philippines, and one to Jakarta, Indonesia. This will bring the airlines total number of flights in the Asia Pacific to 187 a week.

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