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Emirates flight to Tokyo launched

March 29- Emirates arrived in Tokyo on Sunday evening with its inaugural non-stop flight, following a day of celebrating all things Japan in Dubai. Japan has also been Emirates’ hospitality suites theme this year with regard to the Dubai World Cup that took place at the Meydan Racecourse.

Japan was also represented in the feature race - the Emirates-sponsored Dubai World Cup - by Red Desire, while Glorious Noah contested the Godolphin Mile and Laurel Guerreiro ran in the Dubai Golden Shaheen.
 

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