Emirates Airline to Begin Service to Bogota via Miami, Starting June 3

Emirates Airline (Boeing 777-300ER)

Emirates Airline will begin service to Bogota on June 3.

The flights will operate once a day, round trip, via Miami. The aircraft used will be a Boeing 777-300ER, equipped with 6 First Class seats, 42 Business Class seats, and 306 Economy Class seats, totaling 354 seats.

Bogota, the capital of Colombia and the second largest city in South America, has a high altitude, which has made it impossible to operate direct flights from Dubai until now. Miami was chosen as a stopover because of its tourism and trade connections with Bogota. With this new service, Emirates’ destinations in South America will expand to four cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Buenos Aires.

Both passengers flying from Dubai and Bogota will need to go through immigration in Miami to enter the United States. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Colombia have signed a mutual visa agreement, allowing for visa-free stays of up to 90 days.

EK213 Dubai (02:15) to Miami (10:05/12:35) to Bogota (15:25)
EK214 Bogota (17:25) to Miami (22:25/00:45+1) to Dubai (23:00+1)

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