World’s largest airliner conveniently set on air routes for carrying entire potential passenger traffic
Online PR News – 03-January-2013 – London - England - UK – Latest publishing by TTG Asia indicates that Emirates has allocated its newly acquired A380s for two new destinations important to its global network, Singapore and Moscow.
Moscow and Singapore have shown high reliability for the requirement of Airbus A380s in the past. The Domodedovo International Airport of Moscow and Changi International Airport of Singapore have both attended to the air carrier’s A380s on an inaugural basis. With its enormous seating capacity, the long-haul flights will prove instrumental for inter-regional connectivity, and has luxury cabins belonging to the first and business classes respectively.
Singapore is established as the regional hub of the Far East for Emirates. The micro-nation hosts the airlines’ Asian passenger base to reach Dubai in order to avail intercontinental flights from its main hub. Including the additional A380 flight, Emirates now operates 4 daily flights to Singapore, escalating its seat capacity from 1142 to 1659 for the destination on a daily basis. The occupancy rates of these seats have been on a high trend, varying between 80 to 90% for the majority of the seasons.
Moscow, the capital city of Russia, has firm roots in air routes for Emirates. The entire country has been associated with the airline for a significantly long period, and with two daily flights to Moscow, the total capacity will allow seating for 775 travelers. Along with the passenger demand, the airline will also attend to the bulk of freight cargo transported under its services between Moscow and Dubai.
The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates has prospects to focus investment growth in Asia and the Pacific region as an emerging market. This geographical segment has reaped consistent returns, with every flight accommodating major two way traffic, both in-bound and out-bound from Dubai. Plans for increased connectivity will provide the stronghold in preparation for Emirates’ merger with Australian flag carrier Qantas Airways, which will join in the Emirates hub of Dubai by early 2013.
Being the largest commercial airliner in the modern aviation industry, the Airbus A380 is deployed on major destinations for supporting Emirates to serve passengers in excessive numbers. The aircraft is thus made capable for accomplishing prime targets with regard to sales for one of the biggest international airlines. Moscow and Singapore will constitute the 20th and 21st destinations under the A380 Network of Emirates, which has the largest A380 fleet numbering to 27 aircraft. Global cosmopolitan centers like London, New York and Paris are to have greater dependence on the A380 for flights to Dubai with Emirates.
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