Emirates’ second Dublin service
16 / 01 / 2014
EMIRATES will use its new second daily service from Dublin (Ireland) to transport a variety of key exports including Botox, a popular toxin patronised by the rich and famous to smooth wrinkles.
The UAE carrier’s B777-300ER will offer an additional 25 tonnes of belly-hold capacity every day, when it is introduced in September.
Timings are scheduled to expedite more effective onward connections from Dubai to major destinations in Australia and New Zealand, with shorter journey times into Auckland, Melbourne and Brisbane, a statement says.
Among Ireland’s key exports on this sector are botox, seafood and chocolate.
“The doubling of Emirates' Dublin services will be extremely valuable in helping us to build upon the connections made during the government's recent trade mission to the Gulf region as well as supporting additional export trade," adds Enda Kenny Irish head of state.