Emirates airline announced that it will start flying an A380 on it Prague-Dubai route as of May 1, 2016, becoming the first operator of the world’s largest passenger aircraft in Czech Republic. The deployment of the A380 to Prague represents a 44 percent capacity increase for the route, which is currently operated by a Boeing 777-300ER. Emirates’ daily service to Prague helps increase the city’s connectivity by allowing travelers to fly directly to Dubai as well as to other destinations like Thailand, Taiwan, China and Australia. The Emirates A380 on the Prague route will accommodate 519 passengers in a three-class configuration, with 429 economy class seats on the main deck and 76 fully flat-bed mini-pods in business class and 14 first class private suites on the upper deck, Prague Post wrote. Read more. Emirates will also add two new flight connections in China. Read more (in Czech).