Emirates from Dubai to resume daily operations to Taipei

Dubai carrier Emirates will resume daily operations on its Taipei-Dubai route from November 6.

Emirates flight EK366 from Dubai will depart at 2:50 a.m. and arrive in Taipei at 2:45 p.m. The return flight EK367 from Taipei will depart at 22:45 and arrive in Dubai at 4:35 the following day. All times are local. The service will be provided by a Boeing 777.

The additional frequencies to the Taiwanese capital will provide Emirates passengers with increased connectivity and options to and from Taiwan.

Eligible travelers can visit Taiwan without a visa, and all incoming passengers are asked to undergo health screening for seven days.

Tickets can be booked on the carrier’s website or app or through travel agents, according to a statement.

Emirates began daily non-stop flights to Taipei in 2014, operated by a Boeing 777. The route was later upgraded to daily two-class A380 service in 2016.

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Emirates’ decision to increase the current four weekly flights to daily flights will help boost inbound traffic by connecting travelers from more than 130 destinations in its network to the city, the statement added.

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