Emirates offers first class through Phnom Penh-Bangkok-Dubai route

With the expansion of its offering, which took effect from 1 June with the launch of the new route, passengers are now able to fly First Class from Phnom Penh to Bangkok and continue onwards to Dubai. Passengers from Cambodia can now indulge in Emirates’ unmatched First-Class premium airline experience; with seamless connectivity to over 150 global destinations in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas.  

Emirates marks its upcoming second anniversary of operations in Cambodia in July 2019, with milestone improvements to connectivity and its premium service offering. Entering into its third year of operations in Phnom Penh, Emirates is going from strength to strength with the recent launch of its daily service to Bangkok, conveniently connecting the two South East Asian countries with a one hour and 30 minute flight and providing more options for regional travel through its codeshare partnerships.

In another significant upgrade to its range of services, Emirates flights to and from Phnom Penh are now operated by a Boeing 777 with three cabins to choose from, providing  more choice for passengers who prefer travelling in premium class, for both leisure and business. The move is part of Emirates’ commitment to providing travellers from Cambodia enhanced connectivity in comfort and style and continuous improvements to meet the needs of travellers.

“Since we commenced our operations in Cambodia on 1 July 2017, more than 130,000 travellers to and from the country have experienced our award-winning service. We are pleased to have established relationships in the market and grown our customer base considerably – a great achievement in a span of just two years” said Abdulla Adnan, Commercial Manager of Emirates Cambodia.

“While we continue to enjoy tremendous support from passengers who enjoy our Economy and Business Class services, we aim to live by our “Fly Better” brand promise, allowing passengers to benefit from ever-evolving features that make travelling a memorable and comfortable experience. Innovation is at the heart of what we do and the unrelenting pursuit of perfection stems from understanding our customers’ needs and translating them into features and added-value services that will delight them,” added Adnan. “We also strive to respond to changing market needs and cater to the increased demand for travel from Cambodia. The launch of our First-Class service between Phnom Penh and Dubai via Bangkok underscores our commitment to providing our passengers from Cambodia the very best that we have to offer and we are pleased with the response we have received so far from our customers.”

Travellers can experience the newly designed and luxuriously crafted First Class private suites, with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, generous leg space, zero gravity seats and a 32-inch HD LCD TV with over 4000 channels of movies, documentaries, live sports and songs on its award-winning entertainment system, ice. Furthermore, Emirates offers its First-Class passengers a dine-on-demand service, which comprises an exquisite selection of gourmet cuisine that is accompanied by premium wines, champagnes and spirits.

Unrivalled service standards delivered by the multi-lingual and hospitable cabin crew as well as other features amenities such as complimentary access to wi-fi and ice are available across all cabins for a pleasant journey. First and Business Class passengers also enjoy complimentary services such as chauffeur-drive to and from the airport in over 75 cities worldwide as well as access to a host of worldwide lounges equipped with amenities for passengers to enjoy before they fly.

Emirates’ flights between Cambodia and Thailand depart daily from Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH) at 2320hrs on EK371 and are scheduled to arrive in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) at 0040hrs the following day. Passengers flying to Emirates’ global destinations can then set off to Emirates’ global hub in Dubai at 0225hrs, arriving at 0535hrs at the Dubai International Airport (DBX). On the return segment, passengers flying on EK370 from Dubai depart at 0845hrs and arrive in Bangkok at 1815hrs. The same flight departs from Bangkok at 2000hrs, before finally arriving at Phnom Penh International Airport at 2125hrs. All times are local.

In cooperation with its regional codeshare partners Bangkok Airways, Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Pacific, Emirates offers customers enhanced connectivity and the ability to build travel itineraries that include other domestic destinations in Cambodia, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. 

To book their flights, travellers can visit  www.emirates.com/kh or get in touch with their travel agent. For more information, please contact Emirates’ Cambodia at 023 998 168 or via email at [email protected]. Terms and conditions apply.

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