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Emirates starts extra flights to South Africa

June 3 - Emirates Airline has announced operation of extra flights to Cape Town and Johannesburg to accommodate FIFA World Cup enthusiasts.
Richard Vaughan, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations Worldwide, said: "Emirates is looking forward to flying in football fans from our network of over 100 destinations across six continents. Being an Official Partner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup not only demonstrates our ongoing support of the game, it enables us to use our sponsorship to bring the world to South Africa for this incredible sporting event. We are delighted to offer these additional flights to help ensure that as many supporters as possible have the chance to Live the Unforgettable this summer."
Flight EK 3772 will depart Dubai at 9:50 on Monday, July 12, arriving in Cape Town at 17:25, while the EK3773 will depart Cape Town at 19:25 the same day, arriving in Dubai at 6:40 on the July 13.
 

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