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Emirates to Launch flights to Amsterdam on May 1

Emirates Airlines’ Dubai-Amsterdam route will be inaugurated on May 1, said a statement issued by the carrier. Emirates said it will start the daily service with a Boeing 777 aircraft and will be the only airline offering a first-class cabin on this route.


EK flight 145 will leave Dubai daily at 0825 hrs and arrive in Amsterdam at 1330 hrs. From Amsterdam, EK 146 will leave at 1530 hrs, arriving in Dubai at 2359 hrs.

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