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Expect more premium economy seats on board, new leather upholstery, and lighter color palettes throughout the cabin.
The Gulf carrier will offer daily flights aboard the superjumbos before the year-end holidays.
The new services promise reduced transit times in Dubai, as well as faster connections to and from Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, and ...
Refurbished cabins await onboard the airline’s A380s, while its premium lounges in Australia are reopening.
The superjumbo will be flown on a daily basis, adding more than 4,300 seats per week in each direction.
But the move is a short-term measure to boost its fleet capacity ahead of a projected surge of demand for travel during the winter season.
The superjumbos will touch down in Australia two weeks after their resumption on the Singapore–London Heathrow route.
The first of its reinstated double-decker superjumbos will take off for Heathrow on November 18.
Five of the superjumbos will be returning to service as the airline ramps up flights across its global network.