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Emirates to resume flights to Conakry

Posted 3 August 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates will resume flights to Conakry from October 30, 2016.

The flight to Conakry will be linked to Emirates’ four times weekly service between Dubai and Dakar.

Emirates flight EK797 will depart Dubai every Tuesday, and EK795 will depart Dubai every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 07h25 and arrive in Conakry at 13h40. The flight will then depart Conakry at 15h10 and arrive in Dakar 16h35. The return flight will depart Dakar at 18h05 and arrive in Dubai at 07h35 the next morning.

Emirates first launched its Dubai-Conakry-Dakar-Dubai route in October 2013. The airline made the decision to suspend services in August 2014 after a review of its operations.

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