Emirates airline upgrades aircraft serving German cities

14 March 2012

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has enhanced its services in Germany by upgrading the aircraft serving Munich, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt, WAM has reported. The carrier will replace the Airbus 340-300 currently used on one of Munich's two daily flights, EK 051, with a larger Boeing 777-300 as of March 25, giving a 36% boost to seat capacity. Similarly, the A340-300 supporting one of the twice daily flights to Dusseldorf, EK 057, will be switched to a 777-300ER as of 1st June, giving a 36% increase in the number of seats available. Additionally, the A330-200 serving one of Frankfurt's three daily flights, EK 043, will be upgraded to a 777-300ER from 1st October, giving a 49% boost in seat capacity.

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