Emirates Superjumbo returns to New York City

Emirates Airlines Airbus A380 is scheduled to return to New York on October 31st, making it easier for business and first class travelers to jet between the Middle East and the U.S.

The reinstatement of the luxurious aircraft comes after the carrier reported an increase in revenue during the past year, along with an increase in demand.

"We promised to return the A380 to New York as soon as demand recovered and we have been true to our word," said Tim Clark, president of the airline. "Against some of the toughest operating conditions ever faced, the results for the Americas have been hugely encouraging. This achievement reflects our success in maintaining our business as usual approach and remaining faithful to our strategy of product and service excellence."

He also mentioned that for the upcoming year, Emirates will be looking at adding flights to new cities in the U.S. and increasing the frequency of flights to New York, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

The airline currently operates ten A380 aircraft, that fly to London, Toronto, Paris, Jeddah, Bangkok, Seoul, Sydney, Auckland, Beijing and Manchester.


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