Emirates Airbus A350-900 rendering

Emirates A350 will debut in September on a flight to Bahrain

Airbus will deliver 10 widebodies jets to the Dubai-based carrier by March 2025, which will take on flights to the Middle East, West Asia and Europe

Emirates Airline revealed on Monday the first destinations where its new Airbus A350-900 will fly.

The widebody will debut on September 15th on daily flight EK839/840 between Dubai and Bahrain and the following day it will begin flying to Kuwait daily on flights EK853/854.

In October it will be the turn of Mumbai and Ahmedabad, both in India. In the following month, Edinburgh, Scotland, will once again be served by Emirates from November 4th.

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In December, Emirates will put the A350 on flights to Muscat and will also launch more routes to Europe.

On December 1, the A350-900 will fly to Lyon, France, and Bologna, Italy. Finally, on January 1, 2025, the airline will use the jet on daily flights to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

According to Emirates, ten A350s will be delivered by Airbus by March 2025, as part of a total order for 65 aircraft.

Emirates has reportedly ordered 35 A350 jets (Airbus)

Emirates’ first advanced aircraft

Emirates’ A350-900s will be configured with 312 seats across three classes – 32 seats in Business, 21 in Premium Economy and 259 in Economy.

“The A350 will be a game-changer for Emirates, enabling us to serve regional points with superior operating efficiency and flexibility across the Middle East and GCC, West Asia and Europe,” said Adnan Kazim, the airline’s Deputy President and Chief Commercial Officer. .

Emirates Airline currently operates a fleet of 260 widebody aircraft, divided into 144 Boeing 777s and 116 A380s.

Therefore, the A350-900 will be the carrier’s first advanced jet, which is also the future operator of the 787 Dreamliner and 777X, both from Boeing.


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