Emirates has this morning revealed that it will once again fly its iconic A380 aircraft between Brisbane and Dubai, adding an extra 945 seats per week out of the Sunshine State.

The aircraft will be used on flights EK434 and EK435 from September 2, complementing the carrier’s existing two daily Brisbane services on board the Boeing 777-300ER.

The return of the A380 follows a short period where Emirates put its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its third daily service out of Brisbane as part of a routine operational review.

This will see Emirates reclaim its title as the only airline in Queensland to operate the iconic A380 aircraft.

Emirates A380 has 489 seats in a three-class cabin configuration with 14 private suites in First Class, 76 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 399 spacious seats in Economy.

Emirates A380 staff

Emirates said this move along with adding a fourth daily Sydney service and upgrading its third daily Melbourne service to an A380 all shows a commitment to the Aussie market.

Emirates hub in Dubai gives passengers the option to connect to more than 40 European destinations.

Right now, the UAE carrier has 91 flights a week to Dubai from Australia, with flights departing from Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Sydney.

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