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Emirates Open the Dubai, Bali and Auckland Routes

Emirates Open the Dubai, Bali and Auckland Routes

Jogja Tribune Reporter Report, Victor Mahrizal

TRIBUNJOGJA.COM, JAKARTA – Airlines from the United Arab Emirates, Emirates will soon release a new daily flight service between Dubai, Bali and Auckland starting on June 14, 2018.

“The new route is expected to facilitate tourists from Indonesia to enjoy three flight options between Bali and Dubai in the summer, as well as in addition to the schedule of two daily flights currently operated by the Boeing 777-300-ER in a two-class configuration,” said the Country. Emirates manager for Indonesia, Rashid Al Ardha.

The new Emirates Dubai-Bali-Auckland flight will be the only year-round daily flight service between Bali and Auckland, operated by 777-300ER.

This service is present in 8 first class seats, 42 business class seats, and 304 economy class seats, and 20 tons cargo capacity.

As the largest city in New Zealand that holds a third of the country’s population, Auckland is a community of 1.6 million inhabitants.

Located on a narrow plateau between two ports, the city has many attractive beaches, including several famous surfing locations.

Auckland also has a global reputation as a cruise city with a variety of motorized boat cruises and marinas, easy-to-reach bush trails and a number of quality vineyards.

Emirates has been operating in Auckland since mid-2003.

Flight EK450 will depart from Dubai at 6:55 a.m., arriving in Denpasar (Bali) at 20:20 local time, before continuing the flight to Auckland at 22:00, and arriving in the largest city in New Zealand at 10:00 the next day.

Flight EK451 departs from Auckland at 12:40 a.m., arrives in Denpasar at 5:55 p.m. local time.

Then departing from Denpasar at 19.50, arriving in Dubai after midnight at 00:45 a.m., connecting to various flights to Europe and further afield, with a wide network of cooperation between Emirates and Flydubai.

Apart from serving Bali, Emirates also operates 14 weekly flights between Jakarta and Dubai.

“We see Bali as a very potential destination. The tourism sector there is very strong, “said Rashid Al Ardha. (Tribunjogja.com)

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