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Emirates Flagship A380 Aircraft to Moscow and Guangzhou


Emirates Flagship A380 Aircraft to Moscow and Guangzhou


Moscow and Guangzhou have joined more than 40 Emirates A380 destination cities, providing travellers on the routes with the airline’s best-in-class onboard product and renowned service.

Passengers in all classes can enjoy the unparalleled quietness of the aircraft and the 12- time award-winning ice in-flight entertainment system with a choice of over 2,500 channels on-demand. Those travelling on the A380 can stay easily connected to family, friends and colleagues with up to two hours free onboard Wi-Fi.

As with all Emirates flights, passengers benefit from a generous baggage allowance of up to 35kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50kg in First Class and are able to check-in for their flights up to 48-hours before departure.

From the end of this month, Emirates will have five daily A380 New Zealand services, when the double-decker aircraft come onto the daily non-stop Auckland-Dubai service and the daily Christchurch flight, adding to the current three A380 daily services from Auckland to Dubai and beyond via Australia.

Get a 360 view of what to expect onboard an Emirates A380 here.

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