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UAE’s Emirates upgrades services to Beijing, Shanghai

UAE’s Emirates upgrades services to Beijing, Shanghai

DUBAI – United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Emirates Airline said Monday in an e-mailed statement that it will provide from July 1 onward an all-A380 service on its Beijing and Shanghai services, replacing the current Boeing 777-300ER operations.
The Dubai government-controlled airline said the move will increase capacity to both Beijing and Shanghai, “offering Emirates passengers even more seamless A380-to-A380 connections between the two Chinese cities and over 30 international points.”
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