Geneva Airport: Emirates increases frequency to Dubai

Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: Emirates / Andreas Agazzi).
Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: Emirates / Andreas Agazzi).

Geneva Airport: Emirates increases frequency to Dubai

Boeing 777-300ER (Photo: Emirates / Andreas Agazzi).
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Emirates will resume its second daily non-stop service between Geneva and its hub Dubai from 1 July 2022.

By doubling flight capacity, the airline is responding to increasing passenger demand and the relaxation of international travel regulations, as reported by the Swiss travel portal About Travel. With two daily connections, Emirates at Geneva Aéroport is back to pre-pandemic capacity. It will be flown on a 'Game Changer' Boeing 777-300 in a three-class configuration with six private 4-square-metre suites in first class, 42 reclining seats in business class and 306 ergonomic seats in economy class.

“In the current phase of the pandemic downturn, we are seeing a sharp increase in demand. With this capacity expansion, Emirates demonstrates the importance of its connections to Geneva International Airport and its region for both business and leisure travel. This was already the case before the pandemic, since the launch of the first flight on June 1, 2011,” said Juerg Mueller, Country Manager for Switzerland.

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