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Emirates Begins Beijing Service

Emirates Begins Beijing Service

Fortifies Frequency to Perth, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur

Emirates' has begun daily services from Dubai to Beijing, adding the route to the capital of China to its existing Shanghai and Hong Kong services.

Emirates is operating the new service with Airbus A340-300 aircraft, offering 267 seats in a three-class configuration - 12 in First Class, 42 in Business and 213 in Economy - and 13 tonnes of cargo capacity. Emirates flight EK306 departs Dubai daily at 10.15am and arrives in Beijing at 10om (local time) EK307 departs Beijing at five minutes past midnight hours and arrives in Dubai at 5.05am (local time).

Emirates has also fortified its network in the Asia-Pacific region. It has added new flights to Hong Kong (now served 17 times a week), Perth (now 14 times a week) and Kuala Lumpur (now nine times a week).


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