KARACHI (PR) - The Emirates has announced the launch of its inaugural flight to Tokyo -Japans capital city. Tokyo will be Emirates 102nd international destination, and closely follows the recent launch of operations to Durban and Luanda. Tokyo is the first of a number of exciting route launches of 2010 for Emirates, as the airlines network expands across the six continents that it currently flies to non-stop from Dubai. Tokyos 28th March launch is followed by the start of services to Amsterdam on 1st May, Prague on 1st July and the Spanish city of Madrid on 1st August and Senegalese city of Dakar on September 1st. This was announced by Emirates Corporate Sales Manager Pakistan, Noman Siddiqui at a press briefing held today to share the successful launch of Emirates services to Tokyo. He further said: Our launch of Tokyo flights will further boosts trade relations between Pakistan and Japan. According to estimates, Pakistani immigrants formulate the third-largest Muslim community in Japan and Emirates services will not only help establish further links with Japan but also foster stronger trade relations facilitating the passage of business and leisure travelers as well as smooth transfer of cargo. There will be eight Private Suites aboard the Boeing 777-300ER that will be operating the route, with 42 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 304 Economy Class seats. During the journey, while passengers are enjoying the ice in-flight entertainment, which includes Pakistani and Japanese audio, television and movie channels, they can savour the delicacies served to them from the new Japanese menu.