Brisbane to Gain A380 Service

Emirates A380

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has welcomed airline Emirates’ announcement that it will commence Airbus A380 services on the Dubai-Brisbane-Auckland route from October 2, 2013.
The introduction of the superjumbo will boost capacity by almost 3,700 seats per week.  The route is currently serviced by the Boeing 777-300ER.
BAC’s CEO Julieanne Alroe commented:  “BAC has worked closely with Emirates to bring a regular A380 service to Brisbane to meet both the demand and expectations of Queensland travellers and we are beyond delighted Emirates is the first international airline to make this commitment.”
The Emirates A380 is set in a three-class configuration, with 399 economy seats on the lower level and 76 full flat-bed mini-pods in Business Class, as well as 14 First Class Private Suites on the upper level.  First Class passengers have access to two on-board Shower Spas and an on-board Lounge.
(Image:  Emirates)

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