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Emirates increases capacity on Auckland-Brisbane-Dubai

Thursday 23rd December 2010 1 Comment

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A change in aircraft will increase the number of Emirates seats available on the Auckland-Brisbane-Dubai route by 672 seats a week from January 2.

The airline will use a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft instead of the current Airbus A340-500 from the new year.

The Boeing 777-300ER will operate in a three class configuration with eight first class, 42 business class and 304 economy class seats. The aircraft type already operates on Emirates' daily service out of Christchurch.



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On 23 December 2010 at 10:30 pm Dr BRS Hegde said:
It is good news. I will favour your airline
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