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Emirates adds fourth flight to Bangkok

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Emirates Airlines, the Middle East’s largest carrier, will introduce a fourth daily service to Bangkok next month. An Emirates A380 superjumbo is unloaded at Suvarnabhumi Airport, where the airline is adding more capacity on its Bangkok route.

The additional daily flight to Bangkok, which is part of the carrier’s two-month Asia-Pacific expansion plan to tap peak travel demand, will begin on Dec 2.

With the fourth flight, the Dubai-based airline will offer the largest capacity between Thailand and the Middle East.

Emirates to increase flights to Thailand

Emirates to increase flights to Thailand

Emirates is already using four high-capacity wide-bodied jets on the route, including the A380 superjumbo that can carry 488 passengers.

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