Emirates Flight EK398 landed at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) on May 1 at 10:20 pm and was greeted with spectacular water cannon fireworks to mark the return of the airline. The flight attendants and passengers were greeted at the airport with a traditional joged bumbung dance performance, followed by a cake-cutting ceremony in the presence of airport officials.
The resumption of Emirates flights to Bali is due to the easing of restrictions on international travel and the restoration of the route network Emirates.
Emirates Flight EK398 departs Dubai at 09:10 and lands in Bali at 21:29. The return flight EK399 departs Bali at 00:05 and arrives in Dubai at 05:00. Currently, the airline operates flights five times a week, and from July 1, 2022, it will switch to a daily flight schedule.
For tourists from many countries, including Russia, Emirates flights open up new convenient ways to get to to Indonesian resorts via a connection in the UAE.
Tickets can be booked in all available ways: on the official website and mobile application of the airline, through travel agencies, etc.
Emirates continues to invest a lot of money in comfort and safety of its customers both in the air and on the ground. The airline has implemented a set of measures to provide its passengers with the highest safety standards at every stage of the journey.
Recall that a contactless biometric check-in system for passengers and baggage was recently introduced at Dubai International Airport with minimal interaction with staff. It allows you to reduce the time of passing through airport procedures by half.