From June 1, 2023, Emirates, the world’s largest airline, will begin flights to Bali on its flagship A380 airliner, the airline’s press service reports.
Emirates’ new two-class A380 flight will replace one of the two daily flights to Bali currently operated by a Boeing 777-300ER in a two-class configuration. The airline’s first A380 flight EK368 will depart from Dubai International Airport (DXB) at 03:25 and arrive at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) at 16:35 local time. Return flight EK369 will depart Bali at 19:40 and land in Dubai at 00:45.
Tourists can purchase airline tickets on the emirates.com website, in the Emirates mobile application, at the airline’s sales offices, or through travel agents, including online. Travelers are strongly advised to familiarize themselves with the rules of entry to the country of destination on the Emirates website.
Emirates launched direct daily flights between Dubai and Bali in 2015, in addition to regular flights to Jakarta that began in 1992. During this time, the airline has operated more than 49,000 flights and transported more than 9 million passengers between Indonesia and Dubai. Emirates currently operates 28 weekly flights to Indonesia to Bali and Jakarta. In addition, thanks to partnership agreements with Garuda Indonesia and Batik Air, the airline offers access to another 29 cities in the country with connections at these airports.
The A380 airliner in a two-class configuration offers passengers 58 Business Class seats that can be fully folded into beds, and 557 spacious Economy Class seats. Tourists traveling to and from Bali can expect to fly in spacious and comfortable Emirates cabins, as well as the airline’s signature products such as the Onboard Lounge, and gastronomically inspired menu destinations, including Indonesian dishes. The ice infotainment system will offer more than 5,000 popular entertainment channels with a wide selection of Indonesian content on board.
Emirates continues to expand its A380 route network in response to the growing demand for global travel. Currently, the airline’s flagship aircraft flies to 41 destinations, including Dubai. By the end of summer, the airline plans to increase the geography of A380 flights to 50 destinations.