Emirates places A380 on Amman route


From June 1, Emirates will operate its A380 to Amman, Jordan.

This is in response to increase demand during the Northern hemisphere summer, and will remain in place until October 26. It will be the first time Emirates has used the aircraft to service the destination since a one-off flight in September 2016.

One of Emirates’ three daily flights will be operated by the aircraft. Flight EK 903 will depart Dubai at 14h00 and arrive in Amman at 15h55. Return flight EK904 will depart Amman at 18h00 and arrive in Dubai at 22h00.

The A380 flying to Amman will have a three-class configuration, with 427 economy-class seats on the lower deck, 76 flat-bed seats in business class, and 14 first-class private suites on the upper deck. Once at cruising altitude, first-class passengers will be able to make use of the on-board shower spas, while first- and business-class passengers will have access to the on-board lounge.



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