Emirates to increase frequency of flights to Khartoum

The increased frequency will offer a total of more than 700 additional seats each way per week

The two additional flights will operate on a Tuesday and Sunday.
The two additional flights will operate on a Tuesday and Sunday.

Emirates will increase the frequency of flights between Dubai and Khartoum from five to seven a week starting August 8.

It will also operate a Boeing 777 on the additional services, offering a total of more than 700 additional seats each way per week.

Businesses in Sudan will also be able to access more belly-hold capacity for imports and exports, as Emirates SkyCargo will be able to offer up to 18 tonnes per flight. The key export from Khartoum is meat, while some of the main imports are pharmaceuticals, household goods, and electronics. 

The two additional flights will operate on a Tuesday and Sunday as flight EK733, and will depart Dubai at 02:35pm and arrive in Khartoum at 05:40pm. The return flight, EK734, will depart Khartoum at 07:50pm and arrive in Dubai at 01:00am the next morning.

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