Emirates Resumes Dubai-Singapore-Phnom Penh Route with Daily Flights Starting May 1

Emirates Airlines (Boeing 777-300ER)

Emirates Airlines will resume operations on the Dubai-Singapore-Phnom Penh route starting May 1.

The aircraft used will be a Boeing 777-300ER equipped with 8 first class seats, 42 business class seats, and 310 economy class seats, totaling 360 seats. In Dubai, it provides optimal connections to flights to cities in France, the UK, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States.

As a result, the Dubai-Singapore route will expand to four round trips per day. This will enable over 300 tons of cargo transport per week from and to Phnom Penh, supporting exports mainly of textiles, pharmaceuticals, and high-value goods from Phnom Penh.

Adnan Kazim, Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), said, “The resumption of operations on the Phnom Penh route reflects our commitment to enhancing our network in Southeast Asia, increasing opportunities for travelers to explore diverse and culturally rich destinations, and continuing to support businesses and exporters of all sizes in building stronger trade relationships. We are grateful for the support from the Cambodian and Singapore authorities for the launch of the new route. We look forward to introducing our customers to another vibrant destination in our network as they explore the world.”

EK348 Dubai (02:30) to Singapore (14:05/15:35) to Phnom Penh (16:35)
EK349 Phnom Penh (20:50) to Singapore (23:50/01:40+1) to Dubai (04:55+1)

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