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Emirates will fly to São Paulo using Airbus A380 for a short period

Emirates will be deploying Airbus A380 to São Paulo for a 3-week period next month.

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Emirates will be deploying the iconic Airbus A380 on flights between Dubai,UAE and São Paulo,Brazil from 9th January,2021 to 30th January,2021. The move is a reaction to increased demand during the southern hemisphere’s summer season as travelers look for a warm getaway.

“The Emirates A380 will be deployed four times weekly to São Paulo in response to the summer season increase in demand for travel to and from Brazil.”, said Emirates in a statement.

This will be the first time that the iconic aircraft returns to South America since the suspension of passenger flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. Emirates resumed passenger flights to Sao Paulo in August 2020 on its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

“Emirates will deploy its iconic Airbus A380 to São Paulo in January 2021 in response to the summer season increase in demand for travel to and from Brazil.”, a tweet from Emirates read.

The flight between Dubai and São Paulo is indeed a long one. The distance between the two cities is nearly 7,600 miles. Passengers will be flying 15 hours and 15 minutes to São Paulo and 14 hours and 10 minutes heading back to Dubai.

Emirates resumed flying the A380 to Amman in Jordan recently. As of now, Emirates has flying to a number of destinations around the world which include:

  • London Heathrow
  • Paris, France
  • Manchester, England
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Amman, Jordan
  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • A triangle route with Guangzhou and Bangkok

Do you love flying the Emirates’ A380? Do you plan to fly on Emirates’ A380 soon? Let us know in the comments section below.

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