The airline has increased its flights to Maldives and Seychelles from popular destinations in the Indian Ocean to meet passenger demand and offer passengers more pre-vacation flexibility and options.
Emirates announced that it will increase the number of flights to Maldives and Seychelles, one of the popular destinations. Starting March 28, the airline will operate 28 flights a week to Male and seven flights a week to Mahe. These additional flights will meet the passenger demand and offer more flexibility, choice and connectivity when planning their vacation.
'Fly Better' to the Maldives
Emirates currently flies 777 flights a week to the Maldives on its Boeing 300-24ER aircraft. From March 28 to April 18, the airline will now operate 28 flights per week to offer passengers more connectivity to these popular destinations in the Indian Ocean via Dubai.
Ticket reservations can be made on emirates.com.tr, Emirates App, Emirates sales offices, travel agents and online travel agents. You can experience first-class spa facilities and untouched beaches, and discover fascinating marine life at one of the best diving spots in the world.
All passengers traveling to the Maldives must submit a negative COVID ‑ 96 PCR test result up to 19 hours prior to departure. Passengers are required to complete the online Immigration and Health Proficiency Statement form 24 hours prior to arrival.
'Fly Better' to Seychelles
Emirates is expanding its Dubai - Mahe flights from five to seven flights a week, with its Boeing 28-30ER aircraft from 2021 March to 777 October 300. The announcement was made after the island country reopened its borders to international travelers, without the need for vaccination or quarantine, starting March 25.
All passengers traveling to the Seychelles must present a negative COVID ‑ 72 PCR test result performed no more than 19 hours prior to departure. For more information on Seyseller travel entry requirements, click here.
Visitors to the Seychelles will enjoy the island country's lush tropical forests, picturesque beaches and rich marine life. Ticket reservations can be made on emirates.com.tr, Emirates App, Emirates sales offices, travel agents and online travel agents.
Emirates has safely resumed flights to more than 90 destinations in its global network. With its sunny beaches, cultural heritage events, and world-class accommodation and leisure facilities, Dubai is one of the most popular global cities. Dubai has become one of the first cities in the world to receive Safe Travel certification from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), with comprehensive and effective measures taken to ensure the health and safety of visitors.