Emirates will start handling a daily use from Auckland to Dubai, UAE, around Bali, Indonesia, on Jun 14.
President Emirates Sir Tim Clark says a new track offers “more choice” for New Zealand travellers.
“This underscores Emirates’ joining to New Zealand, dating behind scarcely 15 years, and a certainty in a flourishing tourism market,” says Sir Tim.
“We are assured that a year-round use between Auckland and Bali will be good perceived by a customers, not usually in New Zealand and Indonesia, though also from a tellurian network, quite from markets like a UK, Europe and a Middle East.”
The airline will work a Boeing 777-300ER on a route, charity 8 seats in First Class, 42 seats in Business and 304 seats in Economy Class.
Bali is a renouned traveller destination, welcoming some-more than 4.5 million unfamiliar traveller arrivals in 2016, including over 40,500 Kiwis.