Emirates to operate one-off A380 to Bahrain

On December 15, the Emirates A380 service will operate as EK 835 and EK 836

Emirates has been flying to Bahrain since 2000.
Emirates has been flying to Bahrain since 2000.

Emirates will operate a special one-off A380 service to Bahrain on 15 December, one day ahead of the country’s 46th National Day celebrations.

On December 15, the Emirates A380 service will operate as EK 835 and EK 836, departing Dubai at 12:55am and arriving in Bahrain at 01:10am. The flight will then depart Bahrain at 03:50am arriving in Dubai at 06:05am.

Emirates has been flying to Bahrain since 2000, developing its operations by increasing its services based on growing demand, and today operates four daily flights to the Kingdom.

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The Emirates A380 flying to Bahrain will be set in a two-class configuration, featuring 58 flatbed seats in business class and 120 economy class seats on the upper deck with another 437 seats in economy class on the lower deck.

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