Emirates adds second daily flight to Prague to meet rising demand

This is to meet the rising demand for both inbound and outbound travel

Emirates adds second daily flight to Prague.
Emirates adds second daily flight to Prague.

Emirates has launched a second daily flight between Dubai and Prague, to meet the increasing demand for travel on the route.

The airline has been serving the Czech market since 2010 and during this time has carried some 1.7 million passengers on the route, according to the company. To meet the rising demand for both inbound and outbound travel, the airline has added the new 360-seat flight which will tourism into the Czech Republic by 262,800 seats a year.

The service also provides connectivity to Prague from several popular destinations in Emirates’ and flydubai’s combined route network, including Bali, Bangkok, Colombo, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Maldives, Mauritius and Singapore. Vietnam is a top destination for travellers from the Czech market, with Emirates serving both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.  With this new service, customers travelling from Prague to Ho Chi Minh City will be able to take advantage of enhanced connection times in Dubai.

From now until August 31, Emirates is offering free ice cream to flyers departing or transiting through Dubai International Airport. The ice cream, branded Emperor, is made in-house by Emirates Flight Catering (EKFC) and the airline expects to serve two million cups of ice cream to its customers over the next three months, the company said.

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