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Emirates resumes services to Abidjan

Emirates Airline today confirmed that it will resume its flights to and from Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire, effective 12 May. Emirates also reopened its Abidjan town office on 5 May.
 
Emirates will operate daily to Abidjan via Accra, Ghana. Flights to Abidjan will be served by an Airbus A340-300 aircraft which offers 12 First, 42 Business and 213 Economy Class seats.

 EK 787 will depart Dubai at 0730hrs, arriving Abidjan at 1400hrs. EK788 departs Abidjan at 1520hrs, arriving Dubai at 0550hrs the following day. Emirates currently serves 19 passenger and cargo destinations across the African continent.

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