Valletta: Emirates has resumed flight services to Malta after a brief hiatus during the COVID-19 period. On December 1, Emirates Flight EK 110 will begin daily service on the Malta-Larnaca-Dubai route. It will leave Malta at 2.35 and arrive at Cyprus’s Larnaca International Airport at 7. From there, it will reach Dubai at 12.45. It will depart Dubai at 07:25. Arrive in Malta at 1.05 via Larnaca.
The route will be operated by the airline’s largest modern passenger aircraft, the Boeing 777-300 ER flight. It has eight first-class suites, 42 business-class seats, and 304 economy-class seats. During the journey, passengers can enjoy more than 50 channels of ice, in addition to the best food during the journey.
According to Paul Fleri Soler, Emirates Country Manager, Emirates is the only carrier that offers a first-class cabin. Onground chauffeur service to and from airports is also available. Tickets can be booked through emirates.com, the Emirates app, or travel agencies.
Paul Fleri Soler said that there will be connections to leisure and business destinations such as Australia, New Zealand, Maldives, China, Japan, Thailand and Mauritius. He also stated that there will be more daily cargo flights from Malta to cities such as Cyprus and the UAE.
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