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NOVEMBER 11 LAUNCH OF FINAL PHASE OF T3

Emirates Airlines will be shifting its entire capacity to the new Terminal 3 at the Dubai International Airport once the final phase of the terminal is launched on November 11. The airline said in a statement on November 5, that the fourth and final phase will launch Emirates flights to the Indian Subcontinent, East Asia and Australia.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7
 

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