Emirates A380 touches down in Bali

Emirates A380 touches down in Bali

The first scheduled A380 service to Indonesia has landed

Emirates’ flagship A380 aircraft made a landmark arrival at Bali’s Denpasar International Airport this month.

The world’s largest passenger aircraft was welcomed with a traditional water cannon salute as it landed in Bali.

Emirates flight EK368 leaves Dubai at 03:10 and arrives in Bali at 16:20. The return flight on EK369 departs Bali at 19:40 and arrives in Dubai at 00:45.

Emirates senior vice president, Commercial Operations, Far East Orhan Abbas said: “We are extremely excited that our iconic A380 aircraft has arrived in Bali. This has been the result of months of careful planning and execution.We look forward to offering our A380’s best-in-class services to our valued customers flying to and from Denpasar, while simultaneously serving the increased demand for international travel with the Superjumbo being one of two daily services to the island.”

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Emirates country manager for Indonesia Mohammad Al Attar added: “The deployment of our iconic A380 aircraft on flights to Denpasar will significantly contribute to serving the increased customer demand. 

"We’re pleased to achieve this milestone, which will greatly strengthen our operations in Indonesia, as well as future commercial plans for the market.”

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