Emirates will again fly between Brisbane and Singapore from October 1 2016, giving Queenslanders a third choice to Qantas and Singapore Airlines on journeys to the Lion City.
Using a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, business class passengers will find angled-flat beds in a 2-3-2 layout, while those in the comfort of first class can relax in one of eight private suites:
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The Singapore leg was suspended in May 2016 when Emirates temporarily switched EK432/433 to a direct Brisbane-Dubai return service, allowing important runway construction works to take place at Brisbane Airport.
Now with the Singapore stop returned, Emirates flight EK433 will depart Brisbane at 2:30am, reaching Changi Airport at 8:15am. The flight then continues to Dubai at 9:40am before landing at 12:55pm local time the same day.
On the return, EK432 is wheels-up at 2:45am in Dubai to touch down in Singapore at 2:05pm, before departing again at 3:35pm and landing in Brisbane once more at 12:45am the following morning.
The Gulf carrier and Qantas partner continues to offer a separate daily non-stop flight between Brisbane and Dubai using its Airbus A380 aircraft (EK434/435), fitted with the airline's newest fully-flat beds in business class, shower suites in first class and sky-high bar and lounge shared between passengers of both cabins.
Emirates will also begin flying the Airbus A380 on the Sydney-Christchurch route from October 31, as well as beginning a non-stop Dubai-Auckland superjumbo service.
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