Emirates Group chairman HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, has opened Emirates' elegant new town office in Seoul, Korea.
Also gracing the event was HE Ibrahim Al Monsuri, UAE Ambassador to Korea.
Sheikh Ahmed said, “Emirates is pleased to offer Korean travellers a daily non-stop service to Dubai. We are committed to our operations in Korea and our new dedicated town office will help us provide our customers with top value, quality service.”
Emirates has recruited an experienced and enthusiastic Korean team to manage its sales, cargo and airport operations in Seoul, ensuring that customers enjoy the airline’s award-winning service on the ground and in the air.
Sang-Jin Lee, Emirates area manager Korea, said, “This is a proud moment for our team, which has been working diligently to ensure a smooth start of Emirates' local operations. We will do our utmost to ensure our customers' needs are met efficiently, at the high service standards that Emirates is renowned for.”
Emirates operates an Airbus 340-300 aircraft in three-class configuration on the Dubai-Seoul route offering a capacity of 267 passengers and 13 tonnes of bellyhold space for cargo. Customers flying on Emirates' Seoul-Dubai service can look forward to international gourmet cuisine with options tailored to Korean palates, a wide selection of the latest inflight movies including some of the most popular Korean shows, and top-class service.
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