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August 2016

Jules Dusabe to lead Rwanda’s lineup for the Tusker Malt Uganda Open pros tournament.

Rising star and Rwanda’s fifth player to turn Pro, Jules Dusabe, has confirmed his participation in this year’s Tusker Malt Uganda Open and he will be leading the team from Rwanda.

Jules Dusabe who turned Pro this year, is no stranger to Ugandan soil with his most recent participation being in the Mbarara Golf Open earlier this year.

Dusabe Jules

The 30 year old Dusabe, has won seven Rwanda Open Nett titles – 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014, two Burundi Open gross titles (2007 and 2011), two Rwanda Open (2012 and 2015) and the 2008 Captain and President’s Cup titles in Rwanda.

Dusabe will be accompanied by players such as; Ndayisenga Erneste and Munyaneza Olivier who are some of the top players in Rwanda. Ndayisenga Erneste for example, is ranked number three nationally in Rwanda. Coming to the Open, Rwanda’s representatives will be seeking to have a better performance this year as both their representatives missed the cut on day two of last year’s tournament.

Although the Rwanda squad boasts of seasoned winners and hard players, there will be fierce competition from the Ugandans, who will be looking to retain the trophy on home grounds. It must be remembered that the defending champion of the Pros tournament of the Tusker Malt Uganda Open is the phenomenon Ronald Otile who won it last year at first attempt.

But, Ronald Otile will not be taking part in this year’s Pros tournament, there will be plenty of talent from the Ugandan side in; Deo Akope.

The preparations for the Tusker Malt Uganda Open pros tournament are almost finalized with an expected attendance of 83.

This year, Tusker Malt Lager has staked out a prize award of UGX 110 million shillings for the professionals.

Title sponsors, Tusker Malt Lager injected into this year’s tournament, UGX 500 million shillings, whereby UGX 230 million shillings was cash.

Tusker Malt Lager embodies the spirit of the game of golf. Tusker Malt lager is slow brewed with an ingredient base of 100% malt giving it that unmistakably rich, smooth premium taste that is widely recognized and that consumers have grown to love.

Emirates, a global connector of people and places and voted the World’s Best Airline 2016 at the Skytrax World Airline Awards, is offering Ugandan travelers 30% special discounted Business and Economy Class fares to a range of exciting destinations around the world.


Starting 25th August 2016, Emirates will be offering improved fares to customers travelling to selected destinations. The special offer is valid for round trip travel to 30 destinations with fares starting from:

Fares in Economy Class start from Ahmedabad USD 581, Bangkok USD 846, Barcelona USD 879, Beijing USD 1075, Birmingham USD 608, Boston USD 1,079, Chennai USD 958, Delhi USD 689, Dubai USD 408, Dublin USD 739, Guangzhou USD 885, Hyderabad USD 911, Istanbul USD 778, London USD 887, Los Angeles USD 1,312, Manchester USD 824, Mauritius USD 1,110, Mumbai USD 557, New York USD 1,081, Nice USD 853, Paris USD 719, Perth USD 1,751, Rome USD 860, Seattle USD 1,279, Shanghai USD 1,214, Singapore USD 1,623, Sydney USD 1,884, Trivandrum USD 830 and Washington USD 1,112.

Business Class fares to these destinations start from Ahmedabad USD 2,012, Bangkok USD 1,949, Barcelona USD 2,748, Beijing USD 2,908, Birmingham USD 2,584, Boston USD 3,559, Chennai USD 2,202, Delhi USD 1,821, Dubai USD 1,579, Dublin USD 1,580, Guangzhou USD 2,445, Hyderabad USD 2,148, Istanbul USD 1,814, London USD 2,073, Los Angeles USD 3,447, Manchester USD 2,704, Mauritius USD 2,373, Mumbai USD 1,494, New York USD 2,806, Nice USD 3,043, Paris USD 1,999, Perth USD 6,608, Rome USD 2,648, Seattle USD 4,233, Shanghai USD 2,918, Singapore USD 3,892.2, Sydney USD 6,257, Trivandrum USD 2,130 and Washington USD 2,706.

To take advantage of this limited period offer, customers must purchase their tickets between 25th August 2016 and 31st August 2016, and travel between 25th August 2016 and 10th December 2016. Tickets are for valid for return travel only, with a minimum stay of three days and a maximum stay of one month. Fares are inclusive of all taxes.

Emirates is giving Ugandans an opportunity to travel to their favorite destination at affordable and attractive fares. Whether it is for business, leisure or family, Emirates has something for everyone.

EK 729 departs Dubai International Airport every day at 0920hrs and arrives at the Entebbe International Airport at 1350hrs. The return flight, EK730, leaves Entebbe at 1550hrs and lands in Dubai at 2235hrs.

Customers on board the aircraft can experience Emirates’ famous hospitality and service from its multi-national cabin crew, enjoy more than 1600 channels of on-demand audio and visual entertainment on its ICE entertainment system, gourmet cuisine and generous baggage allowances. Economy Class customers get two pieces of 23kgs each, Business Class and First Class both get two pieces of 32kgs each. Emirates flies to more than 150 destinations in 81 countries across six continents, and it’s the world’s largest operator of Boeing 777 and A380 aircraft.

Terms and conditions apply to the offer, such as; to book, and view the full terms and conditions, contact the local Emirates office, your travel agent of visit

Airtel Uganda launches innovative 1-6-1 service to provide public service information free of charge.

Airtel Uganda and Human Network International (HNI), have today launched Uganda’s call-in system, called the 1-6-1 Service that will provide free, on-demand information for fishing and farming communities via across the country. The Service will provide free public service information on demand to mobile phone users in five local languages and English.

Airtel Uganda officials, Human Network International officals,officlas from Ministry of Health and Minstry of Agriculture pose for a group during the Launch of 1-6-1 service code.

The 1-6-1 Service is provided in partnership with HNI, a global development organization dedicated to technology in the developing world.

Designed to be very easy to use for all Ugandans, the service is accessible to everyone with a mobile phone, smartphone or otherwise.

Using recorded messages by native speakers, the 1-6-1 service is convenient for all Ugandans, regardless of age, education and literacy. By dialing “161”, users will connect the caller to voice prompts in Ateso, English, Luganda, Lugbara, Luo or Runyakitara (a hybrid of Rukiga, Runyankole, Runyoro, and Rutoro).

Speaking at the launch of the call-in system, Charity Rwabutomize, the CSR manager said, “Airtel Uganda is proud to introduce Uganda’s first free on-demand service for both smartphones and regular mobile phones. The 1-6-1 service will provide information on farming, financial literacy, family planning and other public service information which are all relevant to both individuals and communities across Uganda.”

“The public service messages were created and curated by committees convened by our partner, HNI. These committees included representation from government ministries, plus Ugandan and international subject area experts,” she added.

“The call-in system, is designed to be very easy to use for all Ugandans, especially those living in rural areas. For farmers and fishing communities, there is information to help prepare for the growing season, and to adapt to climate change.  More topics and messages are planned for the service in the near future, such as health, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy,” she concluded.

Jamie Arkin, HNI Uganda Program Manager said, “Uganda has one of the youngest, fastest growing populations in the world and people here are excited to use technology in new and innovative ways.  By turning simple mobile phones into search engines, HNI and Airtel are giving people a whole new way of accessing information. International partners including Self Help Africa, the Global Resilience Partnership, USAID, PACE, and Ugandan partners such as the Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Health have done a tremendous job creating informative and actionable content”, she added.

UGX 110 million up for grabs at this year’s pros’ tournament of the Tusker Malt Uganda Golf Open.

Pro Golfers at this year’s Tusker Malt Uganda Golf Open will be teeing off with a smile come the 31st of August. This comes after Uganda Breweries Limited, through its flagship premium beer Tusker Malt Lager increased the cash prize to UGX 110 million shillings.

This year, Tusker Malt Lager increased their cash sponsorship of the Uganda Golf Open from UGX 200 million shillings to UGX 230 million shillings.

L-R President of the Uganda Golf Union, Johnson Omolo and Uganda Brewries Limited Marketing Director Juliana Kaggwa at the press conference.

An additional UGX 270 million shillings as none cash sponsorship has also been injected into the tournament, taking the total sponsorship kit up to UGX 500 million shillings. This resonates with the status the game of golf is quickly attaining in the region and it further shows the confidence Tusker Malt Lager has in the Uganda Golf Union and the sport at large.

There has been a registered increase in the number of pros that will take part in this year’s tournament as opposed to last year.

This year, Uganda will play host to participants from countries such as; Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia and South Africa. Notable among them will be Kenya’s Jacob Okello and winner of the 2016 Tanzania Golf Open, Nigeria’s number two golfer Sunday Olapade, Rwanda’s Jules Dusabe, Zambia’s Madalitso Muthiya and also last year’s first runner up and South Africa’s Joshua Seale among others.

Speaking to the Uganda Breweries Marketing Director, Juliana Kaggwa, she said; “Since our maiden sponsorship in 2010, the Uganda Open has been growing in stature and popularity amongst golfers from all over the region. We are determined to make golf one of the essential vehicles for socio-economic transformation in Uganda. Cumulatively, we have so far spent UGX 500 million in sponsorship of the tournament and this year.”

“We increased the cash prize for this year’s pros tournament to UGX 110 million shillings because we see the potential the game has in the region and we need to attract more players to play in the Tusker Malt Uganda Open.” she added.

At the launch of this year’s Tusker Malt Uganda Open, Johnson Omolo, the president of the Uganda Golf Union said that they had had consultations with the Sunshine Tour team regarding the dates for this year’s pros tournament. The dates were set so that we could have the participants from the tour also participate in Uganda.

The course at the Uganda Golf Club has been prepared to match the highest global standards. All tests that have been carried out on these luscious grounds have proved that the club has the capacity to handle a tournament of this magnitude.

“The golf course is ready and up to standard for a top class course. We have made adequate preparations and we are sure the players will have a good time at the greens. We received great feedback from the amateur players and we believe the pros will have same experience. We have top golfers coming in from the Sunshine Tour in South Africa and we know these will bring excitement to the tournament.” Johnson Omolo, President Uganda Golf Union said.

Tusker Malt Lager embodies the spirit of the game of golf. Tusker Malt lager is slow brewed with an ingredient base of 100% malt giving it that unmistakably rich, smooth premium taste that is widely recognized and that consumers have grown to love.

Mafikizolo to headline Blankets & Wine XIV.

Mafikizolo, South Africa’s multi-award winning duo comprising of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanla Nciza will be the lead act at Lugogo Cricket Oval during the 14th Edition of Blankets and Wine Kampala, on 25th September, 2016 alongside some astounding Ugandan names in Gospel, house, soul, reggae and pop.


Powered by Tusker Malt Lager, the 14th Edition of Blankets and Wine has relocated from their proverbial home at the Uganda Museum to the Lugogo Cricket Oval so as to accommodate more of their ever growing numbers.

Mafikizolo a three time winner of the Album of the year in South Africa and a household name across Africa is synonymous with having energetic performances, catchy lyrics, enticingly danceable tunes that always carry a message in their songs.

Well known for songs like Khona, Ndihambanawe, Emlanjeni, this South African duo has performed besides heavyweights like Hugh Masekela and equally dynamic entertainers like Davido, Dj Maphorisa, Uhuru, Jaguar and Diamond Platinumz. The duo has just released their seventh album titled Six Mabone.

True to its form: they haven’t left out afro-based Ugandan performers who always resonate with the distinct audience to create a memorable experience. The 14th Edition, will have Levixone, Qwela Band, Giovanni Kiyingi and DJ Saint Evo.

Levixone one  of the musicans going to perform at the 14th Edition of Blankets and Wine addressing the media during the Press launch.

Levixone is a new crop of urban budding singer/songwriter gospel artists in Uganda. With songs like Ani, Hope, Edoboozi, Niwewe, Victory. He has also had collaborations with the likes of Ray Signature (God is Good), Jackie Akello (Samanya) and S.O.C (Mukulu). His powerful voice is a true gift to the gospel genre and will be welcome at the event.

Giovanni Kiyingi, is known largely as a multi-instrumentalist, folk singer – songwriter who plays the local Ugandan instruments; Fiddle (endingidi), Akogo, Adungu, Djembe, Calabash, Congas and the Maracas. He also plays the flute, guitar and harmonica. It is no wonder that he was one of the Ugandan artists chosen to welcome Pope Francis to Uganda.

Qwela Band will be a very welcome addition to compliment the 14th Edition of Blankets and Wine. The Jazz, reggae and traditional African music band famously known for their debut album ‘Kidepo’ will offer a unique fusion of African music with a Western musical approach.

Nairobi based deejay, DJ Saint Evo will provide the electric experience. The deejay and music producer has amassed himself in collecting and producing African and East African sounds while amalgamating them with digital sounds. His current album Jebu, is a hit in Kenya and features a variety of artists from different cultural backgrounds, genres, spiritual beliefs, genders and nationalities.

Brand Manager Tusker Malt Lager, Alex Tusingwire, addressing the media during the press launch of 14th Edition of Blankets and Wine.

Alex Tusingwire, the Brand Manager Tusker Malt Lager said; “We are elated to continuously see more involvement from entertainers and the crowds with every edition of Blankets and Wine Kampala. Having Mafikizolo, one of the finest acts on the continent, headline the 14th edition of Blankets and Wine goes to show how we have grown and are now able to be host an act of such stature. In addition, we have also selected a captivating range of Ugandan musicians who will perform alongside them to create that much loved afro-based music fusion.”

“From Uganda, Levixone, Giovanni Kiyingi and Qwela Band will wow the crowds with the style of Afro Fusion folk music that we have grown to adore. As Tusker Malt Lager, we appreciate our consumers and thus, give them an opportunity to discover some of the finest afro-based music acts through Blankets and Wine.” he added

A quarterly, picnic style music festival, Blankets and Wine is East Africa’s premier music experience, designed to showcase outstanding musicians in the emerging genres of afro-based music.

Entrance fee is 100,000 UGX at the Lugogo Cricket Oval and gates open at 12:00pm on 25th September 2016.

In line with its support for responsible drinking, Tusker Malt Lager will be maintaining a strict ‘over 18 only’ policy for sale of alcohol.

Lutheran World Relief Donates Items Worth over 800 Million to The Uganda Red Cross Society to Support Refugees.

Lutheran World Relief(LWR) has today handed over items worth over 250,000 USD (Approx UGX 800,000,000) to Uganda Red Cross Society. The donations that include 160 Bales of Blankets and 220 cartons of school kits among others were handed over to the Secretary General of the Red Cross at their offices in Rubaga.

LWR Country Director, Kenneth Barigye officially hands over the donations to Robert Kwesiga, the Secretary General Red Cross Society

The donation comes at a time when Uganda is facing an influx of refugees and asylum seekers fleeing conflict in South Sudan. It has been reported that over 70,000 South Sudanese refugees displaced by violence crossed the border into Uganda in July, according to the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR). The agency says that it is registering over 1,000 South Sudanese each day.

This crisis has severely stretched the capacity of Uganda’s refugee centres and constrained the country in terms of providing social services, food, health, education, water and sanitation services to the refugees and therefore any help accorded by donors goes a long way in making a huge impact to the refugees.

While addressing the press during the handover of the items at the Uganda Red Cross offices in Rubaga, Kenneth Barigye, the Lutheran World Relief Country Director said, “We at Lutheran are happy that we are able to contribute even so little to help make the lives of those fleeing violence a little better away from their homes.”

The donations handed over by Lutheran World Relief include 160 Bales of Blankets and 220 cartons of school kits

According to Robert Kwesiga, the Secretary General-Uganda Red Cross Society, these donations will benefit the refugees surviving in refugee Camps in Yumbe & ‘Adjumani. “Many refugees who recently moved from South Sudan are camping in the different settlements, and they need our support. More so, we have shifted some to Yumbe to decongest the settlements in Adjumani. These donations we believe will benefit especially those recently shifted since they are in a more –hard to reach area, and as they settle in, we hope to distribute these items to them to enable them live a fairly decent life.”

Since 1985, LWR has been working with local partners in Uganda to address the root causes of poverty and improve the livelihoods of people in the community. “In making this donation to The Red Cross, we continue with our work of trying to improve the lives of people. We hope these items will provide emergency relief and support the camp’s crowded schools and health centres.” Said Barigye.

“The scholastic materials will support children as they enroll in schools next term. Thank you LWR, and we pray that more partners will come on board and trust us with more resources to meet the needs of these vulnerable people,” Kwesiga said.

“We want to appreciate partners like LWR who have come up to trust Uganda Red Cross with resources to support these emergency operations. We appreciate this partnership and the resources given to support the vulnerable people.” Said Robert Kwesiga.

Airtel awards third winner in ‘MujjeTulumbe’ consumer promo.

As part of the ongoing ‘MujjeTulumbe’ consumer promotion, Airtel Uganda has today rewarded their third loyal customer with a brand new Toyota premio.

Amiri Sunday Kawooya a resident of Kayunga district is this week’s winner of one of the eight brand new cars being given away courtesy of Airtel in an effort to rally more support for the Uganda cranes match come 4th September where the team will be playing against Comoros for the AFCON 2016 qualifier position.

Airtel Uganda Head of Brand and Communications, Remmie Kisakye hands over the car key to Kawooya Amiri Sunday the 3rd winner of the Mujje Tulumbe promotion.

Sunday was so excited and close to tears as he exclaimed “This is a dream come true and I could never have achieved it without Airtel’s intervention”.

“I would like to thank Airtel Uganda again and assure them that we are behind the Uganda cranes as they play against Comoros next month” he added. He was joined by friends and family in celebrating his surprising and pleasant win.

Commenting at the car handover, Airtel Uganda’s Head of Brand & Communications, Remmie Kisakye said “We launched this consumer promotion to mobilize all Ugandans to come and show support for our national team and to reward all our loyal subscribers who are consistently using Airtel,” adding that this promotion intends to mobilize all Ugandans to come and show support for their national team.

Aside from the cars, Airtel subscribers are winning 100 tickets daily to watch the match live and UGX 1,000,000 also on a daily basis.

The “MujjeTulumbe” consumer promotion commenced in July and is running for 53 days, this will give all Airtel subscribers a chance to win something every day.

To be part of the lucky winners, all one has to do is recharge today through Airtel Money, e-recharge or use a voucher and they will stand a chance to win.

Study – Executives are consuming more content from fewer sources.

Overwhelmed by the amount of content coming at them, executives say they are more discerning about the sources they chose, and reward brands that are credible thought leaders with sales, loyalty and advocacy. This was one of a series of findings contained within a new global study released today by The Economist Group in association with Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

Lars-Erik Gronntun

The study, Thought leadership disrupted: New rules for the content age, explores the continuing relevance of one of marketing’s most enduring and popular strategies at a time when the explosion of content is overwhelming the c-suite.  It is based on a survey of or more than 1600 producers and executive consumers of thought leadership content worldwide.

It concludes that while thought leadership can still offer big rewards, practitioners face several challenges. These include the need to refocus on producing original, evidence-based content and embed greater discipline in its development – while at the same time continuing to push back the frontiers in terms of targeting, presentation and delivery.

“C-suite and senior executives are overwhelmed by content but continue to seek out new thinking and ideas that are credible, innovative and fact-based. They’re consuming more thought leadership, but from fewer sources. For marketers to make the list they need to reverse the trend of ‘more is better’ in favour of doing less, but more impactful, work.” said Jeff Pundyk, SVP Global Integrated Content Solutions at The Economist Group.

Lars Erik Grønntun, Chairman & CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies EMEA added:  “The study exposed a big shortfall in the discipline applied to the development of thought leadership. Presently marketers appear to be struggling with internal alignment and who to involve as well as connecting goals and KPIs. Thought leadership is a strategic activity and as such should apply far greater levels of rigour, much as you’d expect of any other high value activity.”

Summary of findings

  • Three out of five global executives sometimes feel confused or overwhelmed by the volume of content they encounter, with more than half noting that “intrusiveness” has increased.
  • Still, marketers continue to churn out content: 80% plan to increase the amount of thought leadership they produce in the coming 12 months.
  • Both executives and marketers agree that, on average, only a quarter of all the thought leadership content seen every day is engaged with, leaving much to go to waste.
  • And, more than 60% of marketers strongly agree or somewhat agree that internal alignment is a barrier to creating effective thought leadership.
  • On a more positive note, the vast majority of executives recognise an improvement in presentation and accessibility.
  • But, 75% have become more selective about the thought leadership they consume, with just over 80% citing the volume of content as the reason.
  • Yet 33% of executives consume thought leadership daily and 20% have increased consumption “a lot” over the past 12 months.
  • And, after consuming compelling thought leadership, seven in ten consume more from that same source; 76% are influenced in their purchasing decisions, 67% would be willing to advocate for that brand; and 83% are influenced in the choice of potential business partner.
  • Marketers see thought leadership as a flexible strategy that can help with a range of goals: differentiation (47%); recognition for company or individuals; (42%) building brand awareness (34%); increasing revenue (27%); paving the way for a change of direction or entry into a new market (20%); and supporting the policy agenda (17%). However only 8.8% currently use thought leadership to campaign on societal issues.
  • Compelling thought leadership is “innovative”, “big picture”, “credible”, and “transformative”, while unimpressive content is “superficial”, “sales driven”, and “biased.”
  • Credibility of thought leadership is based on the quality of research, not the brand; nearly half of executives would consider a new source of content if it were a “source of hard facts”.

Definition of thought leadership used in the study 

Thought leadership is the practice of influencing a community of interest by developing information, analysis and insight that helps its audience understand its world and plan for the future. It can be delivered through any medium, and can help companies raise awareness, shift perception and increase the status of their brand.

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Emirates celebrates its 30th year of operations to Jordan with special one -off flight.

Emirates will operate a special one-off A380 service to Amman on 25 September, marking 30 years of commitment to Jordan. The airline’s flagship double-decker, with the ability to carry over 500 passengers at a time, will make history when it becomes the first-ever scheduled A380 service to Queen Alia International Airport, and it will also be the first time the A380 commercially operates to the Levant.

The Emirates A380 flying to Amman will be set in a three class configuration with 429 generously pitched seats in Economy class on the lower deck 76 well appointed flat bed seats in Business Class

On 25 September, the Emirates A380 service will operate EK 901 and EK 902, departing Dubai at 0725hrs and arriving in Amman at 0930hrs. The flight will then depart Amman at 1300hrs arriving in Dubai at 1700hrs on the same day.

This year is a milestone for Emirates as it celebrates 30 successful years of operations to Jordan. With the support of the Jordanian Authorities and Airport International Group, the deployment of the one-off Emirates A380 operation has been made possible through significant infrastructure upgrades to accommodate the aircraft. Since its introduction to the Emirates fleet in 2008, the A380 has proved tremendously popular with customers, and the upcoming service next month will give travellers the chance to experience this revolutionary aircraft and the best service in the sky.

Jordanian Minister of Transport, Engineer Yahya Kirby said: “The decision to bring the Emirates A380 for a one-off flight to Amman is a testament to the competitiveness of Jordan’s aviation infrastructure and strong transport sector. We thank Emirates for the long-standing partnership and look forward to welcoming the airline’s flagship in Amman next month.”

Emirates Aircraft has 81 A380s in service and 61 pending delivery more than any other airline globally.

Emirates has been flying to Jordan since 1986, and since then has carried over 4.1 million passengers. In the last five years, Emirates has also transported 100,000 tonnes of cargo to and from the country. Emirates has developed its operations in Jordan by gradually increasing its services, and today operates three daily flights between Amman and Dubai.

Emirates also employs almost 400 Jordanian nationals across the organization, including 60 Cabin Crew. The airline also employs eleven Jordanian pilots, of which seven operate the A380.

The Emirates A380 flying to Amman will be set in a three-class configuration, with 429 generously pitched seats in Economy Class on the lower deck, 76 well-appointed flat-bed seats in Business Class and 14 First Class Private Suites on the upper deck. Once the A380 reaches cruising altitude, passengers in the First Class cabin can upon request enjoy one of two on-board Shower Spas before joining fellow premium class travellers in the On Board Lounge where they can socialise, network and enjoy complimentary beverages, canapés and other special delicacies at 40,000 feet.

Passengers in all classes can enjoy Emirates’ multi award-winning ‘ice’ Digital Widescreen entertainment system, offering over 2,500 channels of on-demand entertainment available in 37 languages. The largest selection of programming in the sky includes TV shows, the latest films, games, podcasts and Live TV, including a robust selection of Arabic programming. Passengers can also enjoy free Wi-Fi on board all A380 flights.

Emirates currently has 81 A380s in service and 61 pending delivery, more than any other airline globally. More than 57 million passengers have travelled on the Emirates A380 since it was first launched in 2008, and the aircraft has visited more the 60 airports for special one-off and permanent services. The airline currently operates the A380 to over 40 global destinations and recently announced its deployment to Guangzhou from 1st October, which is a popular trading destination frequented by travellers from Jordan.


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