Great news for travelers or those with families in Africa, Emirates is now flying to Angola. The Dubai - Luanda service begins on August 2 and will operate on a Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline, said: "This new Luanda flight provides enormous potential to develop air travel into Angola, alongside the assistance we can provide for international trade through Emirates SkyCargo. In the past year, we have seen strong growth in Africa of 17 per cent. Now, with Luanda starting in August and Durban starting later in the year, this is going to be another very exciting year in this largely untapped continent." On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, EK 791 will depart Dubai at 1050hrs, arriving at 4 de Fevereiro International Airport in Angola at 1550hrs. EK792 departs Luanda on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 1800, touching down in Dubai at 0500 the following day. The A330-200 to be deployed on the route offers 237-seats across Economy, Business and First Class accommodation.
New Emirates route
Emirates will fly to Angola three times a week from August<br /><br />
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