Emirates To Restart Flights To Phnom Penh

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has announced that from May 1, 2024, it will restart daily flights to Cambodia’s capital – Phnom Penh. The service, with a stopover in Singapore, will use a Boeing 777-300ER in a three-class configuration. With space for 360 passengers, the aeroplane will boast 8 First Class private suites, 42 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 310 seats in Economy. And courtesy of this new service, Emirates SkyCargo will offer a freight capacity of over 300 tonnes per week.

The outbound flight – EK348 – will depart Dubai at 02:30 and land in Singapore at 14:05. After a halt of 1.5 hours, the aircraft will leave Singapore at 15:35 and arrive in Phnom Penh at 16:35. The return flight – EK349 – will leave the Cambodian tarmac at 20:50 and touch down in Singapore at 23:50. Then, at 01:40, the last leg starts and ends in Dubai at 04:55. All times mentioned above are as per the location.

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