Emirates Increases Global Flight Network

Emirates Increases Global Operations
Emirates Increases Global Operations

Emirates; It has announced that it will accelerate its global operations by restarting flights to four destinations, including Bali (May 1), London Stansted (August 1), Rio de Janeiro (November 2) and Buenos Aires (November 2). The airline also announced that it will increase flights to Nigeria, Mauritius and Singapore to meet market demand. With travel restrictions eased around the world, Emirates continues to work on restoring and expanding its global network to meet travel demand.

Emirates Bali returns to London Stansted, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires

From 1 May 2022, Emirates will operate five weekly flights to Bali on two-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The airline will also increase its flights from July 1, 2022, to daily flights to the island country. Bali is regarded as one of the world's leading tourist destinations, with its stunning mountains, unique beaches and cultural attractions.

Emirates will restart flights to London Stansted from 1 August 2022, operating five flights per week. On these flights, Emirates' Boeing 777-300ER with the "Out of the Box" First Class product will be used. As of September 1, the airline will increase its flights and operate daily flights. Emirates operates six daily flights to London Heathrow until October 2022; Twice daily A380 to Gatwick; three daily trips to Manchester (from 380 October 1), two of which will be operated by the A2022; Twice a day to Birmingham; It will serve 1 flights per week to the United Kingdom, with five flights per week to Newcastle (the fifth flight will start from 2022 July 110) and one daily service to Glasgow.

From 2 November 2022, Emirates will operate four weekly flights on a Boeing 777-300ER via Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires, offering passengers traveling from Argentina and Brazil direct flights to popular business and leisure destinations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. From 1 February 2023, Emirates will accelerate its operations and operate daily, offering passengers greater convenience, choice and flexibility when planning their journeys.

Nigeria, Mauritius and Singapore flights increase

From 1 July 2022, Emirates will increase its flights to Lagos, operating 11 flights per week. From September 1, 2022, the airline will increase its services to the city in Nigeria to operate two flights a day, thus bringing its services back to pre-pandemic levels. Emirates will also increase its flights to the Nigerian capital, Abuja, with five flights per week from 1 May 2022, followed by daily flights from 1 September 2022.

In line with increasing demand, the airline will increase its Mauritius flights from one daily to nine weekly flights until the end of June 2022, and will start operating twice daily from July 2022. Emirates' second same-day voyage will make a significant contribution to tourism at the Indian Ocean destination as it eases entry restrictions for passengers. As part of the flight partnership with Air Mauritius, passengers of both airlines will benefit from more flight access and convenient connectivity to and from Mauritius.

The airline will also increase passenger flights to Singapore from seven to fourteen a week from 23 June 2022. The additional flights will meet rising travel demand as the country reopens its doors to international tourists and eases travel restrictions.

Fly Emirates to 130+ destinations, fly better

With the resumption of services to four more destinations, Emirates' extensive network will expand to more than 130 destinations across six continents. With safe travel as its top priority, the airline is implementing a comprehensive set of measures aimed at providing its passengers with the highest standards of safety and hygiene at all touchpoints on the ground and on board, at every step of the way. Passengers traveling from Dubai can also benefit from the most advanced contactless technology to facilitate their journey at the airport.

Emirates also offers its passengers a unique dining experience in the sky, with regional cuisine prepared by a team of award-winning chefs and a wide selection of premium drinks accompanying these menus. Passengers can sit back and enjoy Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice, with over 5000 channels of curated global entertainment including movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, games, audiobooks and more.

Günceleme: 20/04/2022 13:15

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