On Monday, December 5, Emirates Airlines reported that it has ramped up operations to Gatwick Airport, one of the terminals serving London, England, with the addition of a third daily flight with the large double-decker Airbus A380.
The additional operation will provide more than 1,000 seats on the Dubai-Gatwick link every day of the week. Emirates flight EK11 will depart from Dubai at 2:50 am, flight EK15 at 7:40 am and flight EK09 at 2:25 pm.
In addition to the company’s services to Heathrow Airport, which has six A380s a day, the connection between Dubai and London is now an astounding 9 flights a day with the world’s largest passenger aircraft.
Emirates currently serves the UK with 119 weekly flights from seven hubs, including: six flights per day to London Heathrow (A380); three times daily to London Gatwick Airport (A380); daily service to London Stansted (B777); thrice daily to Manchester (A380); Double daily service to Birmingham (B777); daily flights to Newcastle (B777); and a daily service to Glasgow (B777).
With information from Emirates Airlines
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