Emirates is relaunching passenger services between Dubai and five African countries as of January 29, offering its passengers more choice and better connectivity on flights to and from Dubai.
A significant number of relaunched flights include: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Dar El Salaam, Tanzania; Nairobi, Kenya; Harare, Zimbabwe; In South Africa, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
Passengers traveling to Emirates' destinations in Africa can easily connect via Dubai to connect flights to Europe, the Middle East, the Americas, West Asia and Australia.
South Africa: Emirates, which started a daily flight between Dubai and South Africa from 29 January to and from Johannesburg, will operate two daily flights from 1 February. Cape Town and Durban flights will be operated daily as of February 1, again as round-trip and return.
Emirates flight EK 761 will depart Dubai at 04:40 and land in Johannesburg at 10:55. Flight EK 762 will depart Johannesburg at 13:25 and land in Dubai at 23:45. The second daily flight EK 763 will depart Dubai at 10:05 and land in Johannesburg at 16:30. Return flight EK 764 will depart Johannesburg at 18:50 and land in Dubai at 05:05 the next day.
Dubai-Cape Town flight EK 772 will depart at 03:55 and land in Cape Town at 11:45. Flight EK 771 will depart Cape Town at 18:25 and land in Dubai at 05:55 the next day. Flight EK 775 will depart Dubai at 10:35 and land in Durban at 17:05, and flight EK 776 will depart from Durban at 19:00 and arrive in Dubai at 05:15 the next day. you will come down.
Kenya: Emirates began operating 29 weekly flights to Nairobi from 10 January. Flights EK 719 and 720 will operate on Sunday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, departing from Dubai at 09:35 and landing in Nairobi at 13:45. The return flight will depart Nairobi at 15:30 and land in Dubai at 21:30. Flights EK 721 and 722 will operate on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and EK 721 will depart Dubai at 02:10 and land in Nairobi at 06:20. Flight EK 722 will depart from Nairobi at 23:55 and land in Dubai at 05:55.
Ethiopia: Emirates' flights to Addis Ababa have started to operate daily from January 30, and EK flight 723 will depart Dubai at 09:25 and land in Addis Ababa at 12:40. Flight EK 724 will depart Addis Ababa at 15:05 and land in Dubai at 20:15.
Tanzania: Emirates will operate five weekly flights to Dar Es Salaam from 30 January. Flight EK 725 will depart Dubai at 09:30 and land in Dar Es Salaam at 13:55. Flight EK 726 will depart Dar Es Salaam at 15:25 and land in Dubai at 21:50.
Zimbabwe: Emirates will operate six weekly flights to Harare in connection with its Lusaka service from 30 June. EK 713 will depart from Dubai at 09:20 and arrive in Harare at 17:00 after transferring to Lusaka. EK 714 will take off from Harare at 18:45 and transfer in Lusaka, and land in Dubai at 06:25 the next day.
All passengers traveling from Emirates' African network to Dubai as their final destination must have a QR code PCR test performed at an approved institution and present their negative Covid-48 PCR test documents up to 19 hours prior to flight. The validity period will be calculated from the date of receipt of the sample. Upon arrival in Dubai, passengers will undergo an additional Covid-19 PCR test and quarantine themselves until the results of the test are available.
Passengers traveling from these destinations and connecting from Dubai must comply with the rules and requirements of their final destination.
All flights can be booked through emirates.com.tr, OTAs (Online Travel Agencies) and travel agencies.
Safely restarting its tourism activities in July 2020, Dubai remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, especially during the winter months. The city is open to international commercial activities and holiday visitors. From its sunny beaches to heritage tourism events to world-class accommodation and leisure facilities, Dubai offers exceptional experiences for all tastes. Dubai has become one of the first cities in the world to receive Safe Travel approval by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), with its comprehensive and effective measures to ensure the health and safety of visitors.
Dubai is currently hosting the whole world at Expo 2022, which will continue until March 2020. Expo 2020 Dubai aims to inspire people by exhibiting the best examples of collaboration, innovation and collaboration from around the world, with the theme of Bringing Ideas, Creating the Future. The event calendar has been created to offer experiences suitable for all ages and interests, and has a rich program of themed weeks, entertaining events and educational activities. Art and culture enthusiasts, as well as food and technology enthusiasts, can explore a variety of exhibitions, workshops, performances, live shows and more.
Flexibility and Assurance: Continuing to lead the industry with its innovative products and services, Emirates takes passenger services a step further with its flexible reservation policies and Covid-31 medical travel insurance, which it has recently started to offer and has extended until May 2022, 19, while keeping passenger loyalty program members one step ahead. helping them maintain their miles and status.
Health and safety: With the health and well-being of its passengers as its top priority, Emirates has taken a comprehensive set of safety measures at every step of its journey. The airline, which introduced contactless technology a while ago, has increased its digital verification service capacity and offers its passengers more opportunities to benefit from the IATA Travel Pass application, which is now available at 50 airports where Emirates flies.