Emirates will operate a special one-off A380 service to Amman on 25 September, marking 30 years of commitment to Jordan.
The airline’s flagship double-decker, with the ability to carry over 500 passengers at a time, will make history when it becomes the first-ever scheduled A380 service to Queen Alia International Airport, and it will also be the first time the A380 commercially operates to the Levant.
On 25 September, the Emirates A380 service will operate EK 901 and EK 902, departing Dubai at 0725hrs and arriving in Amman at 0930hrs. The flight will then depart Amman at 1300hrs arriving in Dubai at 1700hrs on the same day.
This year is a milestone for Emirates as it celebrates 30 successful years of operations to Jordan.
With the support of the Jordanian Authorities and Airport International Group, the deployment of the one-off Emirates A380 operation has been made possible through significant infrastructure upgrades to accommodate the aircraft.
Jordanian Minister of Transport, Yahya Kisbi said: “The decision to bring the Emirates A380 for a one-off flight to Amman is a testament to the competitiveness of Jordan’s aviation infrastructure and strong transport sector. We thank Emirates for the long-standing partnership and look forward to welcoming the airline’s flagship in Amman next month.”