DUBAI, 22 February 2017: Emirates will begin daily services to Phnom Penh, 1 July, by extending its Yangon service to the Cambodian capital.
The service will use a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a two-class configuration.
On the same day Emirates will delink Hanoi from its Dubai-Yangon service, serving the Vietnamese capital with its own nonstop service out of Dubai.
Flights from Paris, London, and Frankfurt connect conveniently with EK388 at the airline’s Dubai hub.
On the return sector, flight EK389 will depart Phnom Penh at 2310 and will arrive in Dubai at 0540 on the following morning. The flight will make a stop in Yangon. All times are local.
The launch of the daily Dubai-Phnom Penh service will coincide with the introduction of a nonstop flight between Dubai and Hanoi, also on 1 July. The Emirates flight to Hanoi will no longer make a stop in Yangon.
Phnom Penh, is the most populous city in Cambodia with fast developing garments and tourism industries.
There were more than 4.7 million foreign tourist arrivals to Cambodia in 2015 and this is forecast to rise to 8 million by 2020. The opening of the Phnom Penh Airport terminal extension in March, last year, will speed up growth, effectively doubling passenger capacity.
The new Dubai-Yangon-Phnom Penh route will also enable passengers from Yangon to travel to Phnom Penh and vice versa as Emirates enjoys full traffic rights with ticket sales in both directions between the two Mekong Region cities. Emirates will be the only airline with a direct service between these two cities.
All services on the Dubai-Yangon-Phnom Penh route will offer two classes of travel – business and economy.
Tickets can be booked online through www.emirates.com or authorised travel agents.