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Emirates finally returns to Perth and Brisbane

written by Adam Thorn | June 19, 2020
An Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Brisbane Airport. (Rob Finlayson)
An Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Brisbane Airport. (Rob Finlayson)

Emirates has now resumed flights from Perth and Brisbane for the first time since March, following the UAE’s decision to lift transit restrictions in Dubai airport.

Flight EK420 departed Dubai at 3:00am last Thursday, arriving in Perth at 5:50pm. From 18 June, the outbound service EK421 will depart Perth at 10:20pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:20am the following day.

It means the airline, which is also operating out of Sydney and Melbourne, is now offering passenger services to 29 destinations as of Monday including Bahrain, Manchester, Zurich, Vienna, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, New York JFK, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei and Hong Kong.

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The move will significantly increase options for Australians wishing to travel home, who a couple of months ago were largely limited to either government-funded repatriations or services from Qatar Airways. Full Australian flight details are at the bottom of the page.

Earlier this month, Australian Aviation reported how Australian and New Zealand passengers who fly with Singapore Airlines will be banned from transferring onwards with rivals at Changi Airport.

It came days after Singapore Airlines began to resume flights to Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane for the first time since national border closures.

The caveat will reduce options for travellers and deny them the opportunity to then fly with airlines operating out of the airport such as Qatar, British Airways, Cathay Pacific or Etihad.

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Perth: From 17 June, the inbound service EK420 will depart Dubai at 3:00am, arriving in Perth at 5:50pm. From 18 June, the outbound service EK421 will depart Perth at 10:20pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:20am the following .

Brisbane: From 18 June, the inbound service EK430 will depart Dubai at 2:45am, arriving in Brisbane at 10:35pm. From 19 June, the outbound service EK431 will depart Brisbane at 9:00pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:10am the following day.

Melbourne: The inbound service EK408 departs Dubai at 2:40am, arriving in Melbourne at 9:50pm. The outbound service EK407 departs Melbourne at 9:15pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:15am the following day. From 17 June, the outbound service will be changed to EK409, departing Melbourne at 9:15pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:15am the following day.

Sydney: The inbound service EK414 departs Dubai at 2:15am, arriving in Sydney at 10:05pm. The outbound service EK415 departs Sydney at 9:10pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:40am the following day.

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4 Comments

  • Nada Matar

    says:

    Hi when Emaretes is start flying from adelaide to dubai thanks

  • Red Cee

    says:

    I don’t understand it. With our borders effectively closed until some time in 2021, who will be flying to give these airlines a profit?

    • Haley

      says:

      New Zealanders like me who want to travel north! Now l just have to wait for Mauritius to open and l am out!!!

    • Randall

      says:

      I know right?
      Apparently you cant travel sydney to brisbane, but you can however go to Dubai (and reverse i assume).

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Emirates finally returns to Perth and Brisbane

written by Adam Thorn | June 19, 2020
An Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Brisbane Airport. (Rob Finlayson)
An Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Brisbane Airport. (Rob Finlayson)

Emirates has now resumed flights from Perth and Brisbane for the first time since March, following the UAE’s decision to lift transit restrictions in Dubai airport.

Flight EK420 departed Dubai at 3:00am last Thursday, arriving in Perth at 5:50pm. From 18 June, the outbound service EK421 will depart Perth at 10:20pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:20am the following day.

It means the airline, which is also operating out of Sydney and Melbourne, is now offering passenger services to 29 destinations as of Monday including Bahrain, Manchester, Zurich, Vienna, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, New York JFK, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei and Hong Kong.

Advertisement
Advertisement

The move will significantly increase options for Australians wishing to travel home, who a couple of months ago were largely limited to either government-funded repatriations or services from Qatar Airways. Full Australian flight details are at the bottom of the page.

Earlier this month, Australian Aviation reported how Australian and New Zealand passengers who fly with Singapore Airlines will be banned from transferring onwards with rivals at Changi Airport.

It came days after Singapore Airlines began to resume flights to Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane for the first time since national border closures.

The caveat will reduce options for travellers and deny them the opportunity to then fly with airlines operating out of the airport such as Qatar, British Airways, Cathay Pacific or Etihad.

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Australian flight details

Perth: From 17 June, the inbound service EK420 will depart Dubai at 3:00am, arriving in Perth at 5:50pm. From 18 June, the outbound service EK421 will depart Perth at 10:20pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:20am the following .

Brisbane: From 18 June, the inbound service EK430 will depart Dubai at 2:45am, arriving in Brisbane at 10:35pm. From 19 June, the outbound service EK431 will depart Brisbane at 9:00pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:10am the following day.

Melbourne: The inbound service EK408 departs Dubai at 2:40am, arriving in Melbourne at 9:50pm. The outbound service EK407 departs Melbourne at 9:15pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:15am the following day. From 17 June, the outbound service will be changed to EK409, departing Melbourne at 9:15pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:15am the following day.

Sydney: The inbound service EK414 departs Dubai at 2:15am, arriving in Sydney at 10:05pm. The outbound service EK415 departs Sydney at 9:10pm, arriving in Dubai at 5:40am the following day.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

4 Comments

  • Nada Matar

    says:

    Hi when Emaretes is start flying from adelaide to dubai thanks

  • Red Cee

    says:

    I don’t understand it. With our borders effectively closed until some time in 2021, who will be flying to give these airlines a profit?

    • Haley

      says:

      New Zealanders like me who want to travel north! Now l just have to wait for Mauritius to open and l am out!!!

    • Randall

      says:

      I know right?
      Apparently you cant travel sydney to brisbane, but you can however go to Dubai (and reverse i assume).

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