The UAE-based airline’s flights to Malta will return to their pre-pandemic frequency later this year.
Emirates has announced that its Dubai – Larnaca – Malta route will once again become a daily service, from December 1st, 2022. The flights are currently being operated five times per week, and the increase will bring the frequency back up to pre-pandemic levels.
According to a press release, Emirates flight EK110 will be leaving Malta at 14:35 and arriving at Larnaca International Airport at 19:00 for a stop-over and then continuing its journey to Dubai International Airport, landing at 00:45.
The return flight will depart Dubai at 07:25, with a stop-over in Larnaca and then land at Malta International Airport at 13:05.
All times are local for each city.
The flights will continue to be operated by the airline’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, seating a total of 354 – 360 passengers, depending on the configuration. Emirates will offer its First Class product on the route, in addition to Business Class and Economy Class.