OREANDA-NEWS Emirates today announced its intention to operate the Airbus A380 once for Bahrain International Airport on Friday, December 15, for the Kingdom to celebrate its 46th National Day.

Emirates flight EK835, which will depart from Dubai International Airport at 12:55 am and arrive at Bahrain International Airport at 0110 hours, will operate on an A380. The return flight "EK 836" Bahrain, which will also be used by the carrier, will depart from Bahrain at 3:50 am and arrive in Dubai at 6:05 am.

Emirates began to serve Bahrain in 2000 and has since developed its operations in the Kingdom by increasing the number of flights according to market requirements. Today, it flies 4 daily flights, allowing passengers from Bahrain to reach 150 destinations worldwide. It is the most famous trade and holiday center in Europe, the United States and the Far East.

The Emirates Airbus A380, which will reach Bahrain, offers 120 economy class seats, 58 seats, and a 437-seat economy class on the main floor. Business class passengers are able to test the air salon, enjoy the finest refreshments and snacks, communicate and chat with businessmen and other travelers from around the world.

Passengers at all levels enjoy the unique Emirates Airline Information and Communication System and the world's award-winning Ice Entertainment, which offers more than 2,500 diverse channels featuring modern, classic, documentaries, music and video games on demand.

Emirates is the largest operator of the Airbus A380, with its fleet currently 98 aircraft of this type, and has a firm order for the purchase of another 44 aircraft of the same model. Since the first A380 joined its fleet in 2008, Emirates has moved these double-decker aircraft to more than 85 million passengers to more than 70 airports around the world, some of them only once on certain occasions. Emirates currently flies to 48 destinations worldwide.