Emirates will restart its flagship A380 service between Dubai and Narita from 2017. This follows the airline’s latest A380 deployment to Moscow, and will take place after the forthcoming launch of A380 services to Johannesburg. It will also coincide with the launch of A380 services between Dubai and Casablanca.
Narita will join more than 40 destinations on Emirates’ wide global network served by its very popular A380 aircraft, including Paris, Rome, Milan, Madrid, London and Mauritius. Emirates at present operate a three-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its every day flights between Narita and Dubai. The continuation of Emirates’ A380 service to Narita makes it possible for Japanese travelers to fly only on A380s to their final destinations, especially when travelling to European cities, via Dubai.
Emirates will deploy its three-class A380 to Narita, with a total of 489 seats in which there will be 14 private suites in First Class, 76 mini pods with lie-flat seats in Business Class and 399 spacious seats in Economy Class.
Emirates was elected World’s Best Airline 2016 and the airline with the World’s Best Inflight Entertainment at Skytrax World Airline Awards. Emirates’ offer travellers comfortable journey on the 11-hour flight from Narita to Dubai with the best food prepared by master chefs irrespective of economic, first or business class. First Class passengers can decide on for the Kaiseki menu, while Business Class passengers have an attractive Bento Box option. Passengers can access Wi-Fi during most flights.
The double-decker A380 is the world’s biggest commercial aircraft in service and it is extremely popular with travelers around the globe, with its spacious and quiet cabins. Emirates is the world’s largest operator of A380s, with 89 currently in its fleet and 53 in order.