With bilateral trade between the UAE and Sweden having reached more than US$896 million in 2012, it’s little wonder that Emirates has announced plans to launch a direct daily flight to Stockholm from its Dubai hub. Starting on September 4, 2013, the daily service will provide passengers from Sweden—a country well known for iconic global brands such as IKEA and Volvo—a convenient connection to 40 Emirates destinations in the Far East, West Asia, and Australasia. The new flight will be operated using Boeing 777-300ERs, configured with 8 first-class seats, 42 business-class seats, and 304 economy seats. Passengers will also be able to enjoy 1,400 channels of in-cabin entertainment.
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