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Monday 7 June 2021

If you can get to the Middle East, you can fly to Phuket

Emirates will resume four weekly services to the Thai holiday island of Phuket from July 2 as the destination reopens for international tourists.

Thailand will allow vaccinated travellers to enjoy quarantine-free travel on the island - but there will be no flights from Australia in the immediate future.

The Dubai-Phuket route will be operated with a three-class  777-300ER offering premium services in first and business class as well as economy class, Travel Mole reported.

Emirates flight EK378 will depart Dubai on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 3am, arriving at Phuket International Airport at 12:30pm the same day.

The return flight, EK379, will depart Phuket at on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays.

Flights to Phuket can be booked by visiting where all details on mandatory documentation required for non-Thai nationals can be found.

Emirates has been gradually rebuilding its global network and has resumed passenger services to over 120 destinations, allowing travellers to connect to the Americas, Europe, Africa, Middle East, and Asia Pacific via Dubai.

The airline has also recently introduced contactless technology to ease the customer journey through Dubai airport.

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