For once on the 19th

Emirates Airlines is the first airline to operate the A380 to Clark in the Philippines

The operation of the "A380" aircraft to Clark coincides with the 30th anniversary of the launch of the tanker's service to the Philippines ■ From the source

"Emirates Airlines" announced that it will operate its "A380" plane for one time to Clark International Airport on August 19, thus becoming the first airline to operate a commercial flight using the giant plane to this Philippine airport. And she confirmed in a statement yesterday, that this special flight helps meet the demand for travel to and from the Philippines, especially from Manila and the surrounding Luzon areas and its vicinity.

The A380 will use the Emirates Flight EK2520, which will leave Dubai International Airport at 2:40 am and arrive in Clark at 3:30 pm. As well as flight «EK 338», which will take off from Clark International Airport at 6:20 pm and arrive in Dubai at 11:45 pm at night.

Orhan Abbas, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations at Emirates Airlines for the Far East, thanked the Philippine authorities for their support to Emirates Airlines, and expressed his happiness for operating an A380 aircraft to Clark at a time that marks the 30th anniversary of the launch. The tanker service to the Philippines, as he confirmed the strong commitment of «Emirates Airlines» towards that country. Abbas said: “We have resumed regular passenger services to and from Clark early this August, with six flights per week, and we are witnessing an enormous demand for travel to the Philippines from our customers in the UAE and the various stations of our global network. In addition to operating for the first time to Clark, the Emirates A380 aircraft, which is very popular, will accommodate more travelers who will be able to experience its unique features and safety protocols that we have put in place to protect our customers and crew. ” Emirates Airlines has served the Philippines since 1990, and launched its first flight to Clark in 2016. In 2014, the Emirates A380 made a one-time flight to Manila, marking its first arrival in the Philippines. Emirates Airlines will resume its flights to Cebu from August 20.

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