Emirates once again operating its flights to Madrid with the A380.

Emirates will increase weekly frequencies between Dubai and Madrid from October 31, from the current seven to nine, and, in response to growing demand, will operate all flights to and from the Spanish capital on a regular basis with the Airbus A380.

Thus, the company will offer on the route linking Dubai with Madrid more than 9,000 seats per week, the airline said Wednesday in a statement.

See also: Emirates ramps up US flights from October.

The configuration of the A380, which will operate a daily service on weekdays and a double service on Fridays and Saturdays, is 14 seats in First Class, 76 in Business Class and 427 in Economy Class.

The company recalled that it began operating the A380 in the Spanish capital in 2015 and, to date, remains “the only operator in the country of the world’s largest commercial aircraft.”

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