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Emirates to resume Sydney third daily in 2011

written by australianaviation.com.au | December 2, 2010
777-300ERs and A380s operate Emirates' current twice daily Sydney schedule. (Seth Jaworski)

Emirates has confirmed it will resume its recently suspended third daily Dubai-Sydney service in 2011, with services to resume from October 2 operated by Boeing 777-300ERs.

Emirates suspended its third daily service, with was operated by Boeing 777-200LRs, last month as part of a reorganisation and reprioritisation of its aircraft and resources.

The 777-300ERs will be configured with eight first class suites, 42 lie-flat business class seats, and 304 seats in economy. Emirates says it has increased its Australian capacity over the last two years by 25 per cent per annum.

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