Emirates a350 aircraft to debut on Muscat, eight other destinations

Muscat: Dubai-based Emirates Airlines on Monday, 6 May 2024, announced Muscat and eight other routes as the inaugural destinations for its brand new Airbus A350-900 aircraft, set to enter service in September.

Emirates plans to introduce 10 new A350s to its fleet by March 2025, aiming to provide customers with unique cabin experiences in the first set of destinations.

Emirates A350 aircraft will offer 32 Business Class, 21 Premium Economy, and 259 Economy Class seats, serving short to medium haul cities, with Bahrain as its inaugural destination.

Emirates A350 aircraft will roll scheduled service to the following cities:

Middle East/GCC

Emirates will operate its first A350 to Bahrain on the daily EK839/840 service from September 15

Kuwait on the daily EK853/854 service on September 16

Muscat’s daily EK866/867 will be served by the A350 from December 1.

West Asia

Flights to Mumbai and Ahmedabad from October 27

Colombo’s fourth daily service EK654/655 will be served by the A350 from January 1, 2025.


Lyon will be served daily with the Emirates A350 from December 1

Bologna will be served by the A350 from December 1

Edinburgh will rejoin the Emirates network from N0vember 4, operated by the A350.

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