Emirates will be increasing the flight frequency of its Malta-Larnaca-Dubai route to a daily service starting 1 December 2022. This will bring back the airline’s operations on this route back to pre-pandemic levels, signalling a steady recovery amid the easing of travel restrictions worldwide.
Emirates flight EK110 operates daily, leaving Malta at 1435hrs and arriving at Larnaca International Airport in Cyprus at 1900hrs for a stop-over and then continuing its journey to Dubai International Airport, landing at 0045hrs. The return flight departs Dubai at 0725hrs, with a stop-over in Larnaca and lands at Malta International Airport at 1305hrs. All times are local for each city.
Emirates Country Manager in Cyprus Mohammed Al Qassim said: “Cyprus has always been a strategic market for us and the return of our operations to pre-pandemic levels reaffirms our commitment to supporting the market’s growth and recovery. Through our daily flights, Cypriot travellers will have more choices and connectivity to their favourite holiday destinations including Dubai, Australia, Mauritius and Thailand. International travellers will also benefit from the increased connectivity to Cyprus ahead of Christmas celebrations and New Year’s Eve.”
The route is served by the airline’s modern and wide-body Boeing 777-300ER aircraft – the largest passenger plane to operate in the market. With eight suites in the First Class, 42 seats in Business and 304 in Economy class, customers travelling on the Malta-Larnaca-Dubai route can look forward to enjoying Emirates’ world-class service and industry-leading products. Travellers can also enjoy more than 5,000 channels of entertainment on ice, the airline’s award-winning inflight entertainment system, along with regionally-inspired gourmet meals. Emirates is also the only carrier to offer the First Class cabin on the route. The airline’s signature premium products also include on-ground Chauffer service to and from the airports.
Tickets can be booked on emirates.com, the Emirates App, or via travel agents. Passengers are always encouraged to check their latest government travel guidelines and ensure they meet the travel requirements of their final destination.