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Emirates service reductions.

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For the period 1SEPT20 -27MAR21 Emirates reduces frequencies on the following routes :-

Dubai - Glasgow   from 2 to 1 daily A380

Dubai - London Gatwick  from 3 to 1 daily A380

Dubai - Stansted from 2 to 1 daily B777-300ER

Dubai - Manchester  from 3 to 2 daily A380

Dubai - Bangkok  from 5 to 4 daily A380

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Is that Emirates scaling back their fleet size or merely changing their schedule for predicted demand?.

I'd be pretty surprised if Thailand fully opens to farang by Sept, the way they're going , Emirates would do well to fill one 380 let alone 4.

Great info Brown, thanks for the heads up.

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There was an Emirates flight left Bangkok last night for Dubai.

Arrived in Bangkok empty and was full on its way to Dubai.

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9 hours ago, Butch said:

Is that Emirates scaling back their fleet size or merely changing their schedule for predicted demand?.

I'd be pretty surprised if Thailand fully opens to farang by Sept, the way they're going , Emirates would do well to fill one 380 let alone 4.

Great info Brown, thanks for the heads up.

Looks like Emirates are starting to bring the  A380's back into service...

A lot of Boeing fanboys were hoping the A380 was killed off by Coronavirus...... Emirates obviously are proving them wrong.

Coronavirus has killed off BA and Virgins 747's

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10 hours ago, Butch said:

Is that Emirates scaling back their fleet size or merely changing their schedule for predicted demand?.

I'd be pretty surprised if Thailand fully opens to farang by Sept, the way they're going , Emirates would do well to fill one 380 let alone 4.

Great info Brown, thanks for the heads up.

I agree a flight into Thailand for all but Thais and maybe those with wives here and work permits is unlikely, they seem more intent on getting foreigners who have been stuck here out by then.

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11 hours ago, TheFiend said:

Looks like Emirates are starting to bring the  A380's back into service...

A lot of Boeing fanboys were hoping the A380 was killed off by Coronavirus...... Emirates obviously are proving them wrong.

Coronavirus has killed off BA and Virgins 747's

Yep, sadly the 747 is becoming a rare sight over UK skies. I think everyone knew her days were numbered, but C-19 has really done for it. Are other ME carriers bringing their 380's back into service or is it just Emirates?.

20 hours ago, larrymac90 said:

There was an Emirates flight left Bangkok last night for Dubai.

Arrived in Bangkok empty and was full on its way to Dubai.

With the Philippines now slowly reopening, hopefully the demand for the LHR- DXB - MNL route will begin to increase as well, time will tell of course, but running an empty 380 to BKK seems to be madness.

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7 hours ago, Butch said:

Yep, sadly the 747 is becoming a rare sight over UK skies. I think everyone knew her days were numbered, but C-19 has really done for it. Are other ME carriers bringing their 380's back into service or is it just Emirates?.

I believe Qatar will be keeping theirs mothballed but there are plans to bring them back,

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Further Emirates changes are :-

 

Dubai - Glasgow 

25OCT-26NOV  5 Weekly A380 /  27NOV -31DEC Daily A380

Dubai-Birmingham 

5 Weekly  A380  25OCT-30NOV

Dubai-London Stansted

25OCT-30NOV  Service Cancelled / From 1st Dec Daily 777-300ER

Dubai-Manchester

25OCT-30NOV  10 Weekly A380 / From 1st Dec 2 Daily A380

Dubai-Newcastle

25OCT-30NOV  Service Cancelled

Dubai-London Gatwick

25OCT-30NOV Daily A380

 

 

 

 

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