First Emirates Airplane Lands In Bali After A 2-Year Hiatus

An Emirates flight touched down at Denpasar Airport terminal (DPS) in Bali on May 1 at 10:20 p.m., and was met by a magnificent water cannon salute to celebrate the airline’s homecoming.

The operational cabin crew and passengers of the flight were met at the airport with a traditional joged bumbung dance performance, highlighting Bali’s distinct culture and rich legacy, followed by a cake cutting ceremony attended by DPS airport representatives.

The Emirates flight EK398 is scheduled to leave Dubai at 09:10 a.m. and get to Bali at 21:29 a.m. the return flight EK399 leaves Bali at 00:05 a.m. and comes to Dubai at 05:00 a.m. The airline now offers five-weekly trips towards the island, but on July 1, 2022, it will increase its frequency to a daily service.

Emirates is flying towards the island again for the first time since the company was instructed to ground its aircraft in 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The reintroduction of Emirates flights offers wealthy travelers from Gulf countries immediate access to Bali in front of the G20 summit in November.

Meanwhile, Emirates continues to purchase its customers’ safety and comfort in the air as well as on the floor. 

The airline has taken a number of steps to make sure that its customers are safe all the time during their travel. Customers flying from Dubai may use contactless biometric routing at Dubai International to undergo manchester international quickly and with less or no human interaction.