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Emi­rates is of­fer­ing a sec­ond daily ser­vice to Bali from July 2. Emi­rates has been op­er­at­ing daily flights to Bali since June 2015 and this ad­di­tional ser­vice is to meet the grow­ing de­mand for travel to the In­done­sian is­land. The Boe­ing 777-300ER flights to Bali will de­part from Dubai at 1.25am and ar­rive at Ngu­rah Rai In­ter­na­tional Air­port at 2.30pm. The re­turn flight will de­part Bali at 4.30pm and ar­rive in Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port at 9.30pm.

If you’re fly­ing Emi­rates to the US it’s time to heave a sigh of re­lief – First and Busi­ness Class pas­sen­gers on Emi­rates’ US-bound flights can side-step the Trans­porta­tion Se­cu­rity Ad­min­is­tra­tion (TSA) ban on elec­tron­ics in hand lug­gage with the air­line’s new tablet loan ser­vice. Pas­sen­gers can bor­row work-fo­cused tablets equipped with Mi­crosoft Of­fice 2016 aboard all non-stop flights from Dubai to Emi­rates’ US des­ti­na­tions. Pas­sen­gers in other classes can al­ready use the air­line’s lap­top and tablet loan ser­vice in­tro­duced on March 25, which only gives ac­cess to Emi­rates’ in­flight en­ter­tain­ment sys­tem. The TSA di­rec­tive does not ap­ply to Emi­rates’ US-bound flights via Mi­lan (EK205) and Athens (EK209). It also does not im­pact flights de­part­ing from the US, or Emi­rates’ flights to any other des­ti­na­tion. Visit emi­

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