Co-ordinated route changes with Qantas improve connectivity and schedule choice across combined network
From 25 March 2018, Emirates will stop flying from Melbourne and Brisbane to Auckland and instead focus on its non-stop A380 Auckland-Dubai service. Emirates will retain its existing daily A380 flights from Dubai to Christchurch via Sydney.
These changes reflect customer demand and the airlines’ respective network strengths and provide more options for customers to travel between Australia and New Zealand to Asia, the UK/Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Emirates will also be able to reschedule its Australia flights to create a better spread of departure times throughout the day, offering customers more choice when connecting and arriving in to the 39 European and 28 Middle East and North African destinations served by the iconic A380 and 777 aircraft.ᶺ
Tickets and existing bookings:
Emirates customers with existing bookings impacted by the Tasman changes will be re-accommodated onto Qantas services or will be given the option to change their flights.
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Content originated from an Emirates Update on 12/10/2017