African travellers to relish A380 to Jordan through Dubai

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African travellers, including Nigerians, have now got the opportunity to travel from Africa through Dubai to Jordan as Emirates will be providing more options and choices for its customers with the introduction of scheduled Airbus A380 services to Amman as part of its expanded schedule of 10 weekly services. 

The expanded flight schedule between Dubai and Amman demonstrates the airline’s commitment to safely connect customers to and through Dubai to
Africa, America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Emirates continues to gradually deploy the A380 in line with increased passenger demand.

The iconic A380 will begin serving travellers to and from Amman from 4 November. The airline currently operates the A380 to Cairo, Paris,
London Heathrow, Guangzhou and Moscow.

The Emirates A380 experience is sought after amongst travellers for its spacious and comfortable cabins and the airline will continue to expand uts deployment in line with the gradual return in demand and operational approvals.

Emirates reintroduced its signature products and services on the A380, including the iconic A380 Onboard Lounge and Shower Spa, balancing an elevated customer experience during the pandemic with measures that prioritize the health and wellbeing of passengers.

Customers can fly the Emirates A380 from Dubai to Amman three times a week on Wednesdays, Thursday and Fridays. Emirates flight EK 903 will depart Dubai at 14:05 and arrive in Amman at 15:30 local time. The return flight, EK 904 will depart Amman at 17:10 and arrive in Dubai at 22:00 local time.

The expanded schedule also includes flights EK 905 and EK 906. Emirates flight EK 905 will depart Dubai at 22:15 and arrive in Amman at 23:40 local time. The return flight, EK 906 will depart Amman at 01:45 and arrive in Dubai at 06:40 local time. 

Timings have been scheduled to
facilitate more effective onward connections to destinations in the
United States such as well as vital connections to European points
popular with Jordanian travellers.