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Emirates increases flights to Khartoum

Posted 18 July 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates will increase the frequency of flights between Dubai and Khartoum from five to seven a week starting 8 August 2017.

As with Emirates’ current flights between the two cities, it will also operate a Boeing 777 on the additional services.

“Emirates’ decision to commit two additional scheduled flights a week is a clear indication of customer demand for our award-winning products and services. Our expanded schedule will provide customers with greater flexibility in their travel plans and allow more options for them to connect seamlessly to other flights on Emirates’ extensive global network via our Dubai hub. These additional flights will also further support Sudan’s economy,” said Orhan Abbas, Emirates' Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations Africa.


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