Dubai airline Emirates will boost its frequencies to Sudan with the introduction of daily flights to/ from Khartoum starting on March 9, 2021.
Emirates flight EK733 will depart Dubai at 2.50pm and arrive in Khartoum at 5.10pm.
EK734 meanwhile will departs Khartoum at 6.45pm and arrive in Dubai at 12.40am the following day.
The airline will deploy its Boeing777-300ER for these services to Sudan.
“The increase of frequencies to daily from Khartoum are a direct response to growing passenger demand for Emirates services, and are designed to improve our customers’ experience through greater choice and added convenience. We are committed to growing our operations to and from Khartoum further to support the country’s post-pandemic recovery and help grow opportunities for future trade and investment,” said Khalfan Al Salami, country manager Sudan.
Emirates has resumed flights to over 90 destinations across its network.
Customers flying Economy Class via Dubai carrier Emirates can now purchase up to three empty adjoining seats on their flight to accord them extra space.
Empty seats will only be offered for purchase at the airport check-in counter prior to flight departure, and costs range from Dhs200 to Dhs600 ($55-165) per empty seat, plus applicable taxes depending on the flight sector.