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Emirates resumes flights from Dubai to Phnom Penh, Cambodia via Singapore

Emirates has announced its return to Cambodia with daily flights from Dubai International Airport (DXB) to Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH) via Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN).

Flight EK348 arrived in Phnom Penh International Airport on May 1, 2024 and was welcomed with a traditional Cambodian dance performance. 

The flight, which carried senior Emirates delegation and international media, was welcomed by His Excellency Dr Mao Havannall, Minister in Charge of the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation, and Cyril Girot, Chief Executive Officer, Cambodia Airports.

Sour sdey, Kampuchea! We received a warm welcome for our return to Phnom Penh that reflects Cambodia’s unique cultural traditions. https://t.co/hxrOhgS8TB pic.twitter.com/A7UWrWSG4q

— Emirates (@emirates) May 2, 2024

The daily flights will be serviced by Emirates’ fleet of B777-300ER aircraft and will operate on the following schedules:

EK348 departs Dubai at 02:30 and arrives in Singapore at 14:05. The flight then departs Singapore at 15:35  arriving in Phnom Penh at 16:35. 

Return flight EK349 leaves Phnom Penh at 20:50 and arrives in Singapore at 23:50. The flight then departs Singapore at 01:40 the following day, arriving in Dubai at 04:55. 

“Cambodia’s rich cultural heritage and growing economy make it an attractive destination for leisure and business travel. We’re excited for this unique gateway to once again join our already extensive Far East network,” Nabil Sultan, Emirates’ Executive Vice President, Passenger Sales and Country Management said in a statement.

“Through the linked services between Singapore and Phnom Penh, we’re also able to support the trade and business movements between the two regional hubs and facilitate the convenient shipment of imports and exports between Singapore, Cambodia and the UAE, as well as other markets in our global network,” Sultan continued.

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