Emirates are offering a new route to Cambodia with the launch of its latest service to the capital, Phnom Penh.
Starting July 1 this year, the seamless connection via Dubai and Yangon from Sydney on EK413, Melbourne on EK407, Brisbane on EK435, Perth on EK421 and Adelaide on EK441 will mostly be operated by Emirates’ world-class A380 aircraft ex Australia and then the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a two-class configuration.
Outbound, flight EK388 will Depart Dubai at 0915hrs, and will arrive in Yangon at 1725hrs. It will then depart Yangon at 1855hrs, before arriving at Phnom Penh at 2125hrs. The departure time of flight EK388 from Dubai seamlessly connects with a number of European services such as Paris, London, and Frankfurt. On the return segment, flight EK389 will depart Phnom Penh at 2310hrs, and will arrive in Dubai at 0540hrs the next day, after a short stop in Yangon. All times are local.
The launch of daily services from Dubai to Phnom Penh will coincide with the introduction of a direct, non-stop route between Dubai and Hanoi. From July 1, Emirates passengers travelling to Hanoi will no longer stop in Yangon before reaching the Vietnamese capital.
All services between Dubai and Phnom Penh will offer two classes of travel – Business and Economy, with generous free baggage allowance (up to 35kg in Economy Class and 40kg in Business Class).
Passengers on Emirates flights can also look forward to the award-winning inflight entertainment, ice, with more than 2,500 channels and 10MB of free Wi-Fi, which is available on select Emirates aircraft.
Tickets can be booked online through www.emirates.com/au or authorised travel agents.