Aero Paradise returns!!!








Dubai UAE, 23rd December. Today, Dubai based all widebody carrier AERO PARADISE has added its 3rd daily flight to the UK's capital - LONDON/HEATHROW. London is the airlines best performing route, being a global city with business and tourist links throughout the world. Specifially it is heavy for connections down to Australia and India.

EK005 departs Dubai at 0300hrs, arriving into London at 0552hrs. The return EK006 departs London at 0930, arriving back into Dubai at 2020hrs. The flights are timed to connect to and from the airlines Middle east and especially the flights to India.

The aircraft operating the route is a Boeing 767-300ER, configured with 8 First Class, 36 Business class and 161 Economy class seats

Aero Paradise - Connecting the world



Aero Paradise Launches Munich flights


Dubai UAE, 28th December. This week,  Dubai based all widebody airline Aero Paradise has added it's second German destination - Munich. Munich is the most populated city in the Bavaria region and a major Business and tourism hotspot. The daily flight is being operated by one of the airline's 10 B767 aircraft. The -300 series is configured with 8 First Class suites, 36 Business class beds and 161 recliner Economy seats.

Flight EK49 will depart Dubai at 0830hrs, arriving into Munich at 1120hrs. The return EK50 departs Munich at 1535hrs, arriving back into Dubai at 0023hrs the following morning. These flights allows passengers wanting to connect to/from Munich have access to 11 worldwide destinations on the airline's network, key routes are Bangkok, Hong Kong, Sydney & Johannesburg.

The CEO said "Munich is a global destination with huge demand all over the world. With this new flight we can offer our passengers even more options when flying with us. Our rapid expansion will continue when we look to increase our flights to Europe, Asia and Australia.

Aero Paradise - Connecting the world


Woulnt it be cheaper to operate narrow bodies to Europe instead of wide bodies? But slots are probably gone already.


on the profits i can get on the widebodies id say no. Cargo is a big money earner aswell. its worked for me a few times now so its going ok :)


I beg to differ, nothing in the game beats an A321NEO per seat cost regardless of cargo. If I had the slots I wouldn't operate anything else :)


I make decent enough profits and enjoy using the widebodies. Thanks for the advice though ?





Royroy I always like your way to communicate !   :)