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Emirates offers Australian travellers a superior flying experience, with more connectivity than ever before, bringing the world closer to home.

From 1st November, Emirates will launch four weekly flights to Adelaide, rising to a daily service from 1st February 2013. Adelaide will be the airline’s fifth destination in Australia which is currently served with 70 flights per week. Meanwhile, the airline’s current double-daily service to Perth will grow to 19 weekly flights from 1st December, becoming a triple daily operation from 1st March next year.

Victorians will soon enjoy services onboard the state-of-the-art A380 – the only service operating to Auckland from Melbourne – with daily flights beginning in October this year.

Europe
Emirates’ European network has increased to 31 destinations in 2012, with new services now operating to Dublin, Barcelona and Lisbon. Lyon and Warsaw will bring the European network to 33 destinations, all via one convenient stop in Dubai.

The French city of Lyon will be added to Emirates’ network from 5th December, the carrier’s third point in France, including Paris and Nice. Emirates will operate five weekly flights to the French city, and from 6th February 2013, Emirates will begin daily flights to Poland’s capital, Warsaw.

Onboard features
The world-leading airline boasts a superior flying experience in all classes. For a record-setting eighth consecutive year, Emirates ‘ice’ inflight entertainment system has been awarded the ‘World’s Best Airline Inflight Entertainment’ award at the 2012 SKYTRAX World Airline Awards. 

ice Digital Widescreen (information, communications and entertainment), offers a staggering choice of up to 1,400 channels of entertainment; including up to 300 movies from around the world, hundreds of TV choices and thousands of music tracks from contemporary to classical.

A new Graphical User Interface (GUI) makes content and system features easier to navigate via a “swiping” or “scrolling” functionality. Passengers travelling onboard new Boeing 777 aircraft can now enjoy the ice system on some of the world’s largest personal TV screens with high definition (HD) resolution: 27-inch in First Class, 20-inch in Business Class and 12.1 inch in Economy Class.

Emirates has rolled out WiFi internet connection on the entire A380 fleet and has an additional 90 aircraft equipped with the AeroMobile system, which allows mobile phone use inflight.

With 70 flights per week from Australia to Dubai, and 28 per week to New Zealand, Emirates is a full-service international airline that prides itself on inflight service delivered by an international crew drawn from over 130 nationalities; menus designed by leading chefs and complemented by the finest wines; and generous luggage allowances in all Classes.

Emirates airline has received more than 500 international awards for excellence.

For flight information and bookings contact Emirates on 1300 303 777, visit your local travel agent or go to www.emirates.com/au.

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