Emirates Start Flying to Auckland via Bali from June 14

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Emirates Start Flying to Auckland via Bali from June 14

Emirates are launching a new daily flight from Dubai to Auckland, New Zealand via the island of Bali, Indonesia, from July 14. 

At present Emirates perform non-stop daily flights Dubai-Auckland and Dubai-Christchurch via Sydney. With the new service there will be three daily flights between Dubai and New Zealand.

During the summer passengers will have a choice of three daily flights from Dubai to Bali with the new service complementing two current flights. The new Dubai-Bali-Auckland flight will become the only all year-round daily air flight which will provide a non-stop service from Auckland to Bali. The travellers can visit or stay in Indonesian most popular island. The flights will be performed by a 777-300 ER with 8 seats in the first, 42 in business and 304 in economy class.

The new service is expected to be enthusiastically received by travellers from the countries mentioned and from other parts of the planet especially from Europe and the Middle East.

The island of Bali is the world’s major tourist destination with more than 4.5 million foreigners who visited it in 2016. Convenient connections will be offered to/from London and other European cities.



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