Emirates Handled Over 10 Million Passengers This Summer

Emirates Carries Over Million Passengers This Summer
Emirates Handled Over 10 Million Passengers This Summer

Emirates, the world's largest international airline, operated nearly 130 flights to 35.000 destinations this summer, carrying more than 10 million passengers.

Anticipating the strong growth in travel demand, Emirates worked closely with airport partners to run its flights as planned, minimize travel disruptions, and transport passengers on planned vacations and trips to see friends and family around the world throughout the summer.

The airline also increased its flights to meet passenger demand during this peak period, restarting daily flights to London Stansted and offering flights to 33 cities in popular destinations in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, as well as favorite resorts such as the Seychelles, Maldives, Mexico and Miami. increased. In June, Emirates added Tel Aviv to its global network and in July launched a third daily flight to London Gatwick to serve passengers impacted by capacity reduction practices at Heathrow.

On the ground, Emirates has reopened 25 branded Emirates Lounges, including 32 Private Lounges, at key airports in the network to offer loyalty program members and premium passengers a comfortable space to relax and refresh during their journey. Emirates has also relaunched its free Chauffeur-driven airport transfer service for First and Business Class passengers in nearly all of its destinations.

During the summer months: More than 3,8 million passengers checked-in online across the flight network via emirates.com and the Emirates App;

More than 500.000 passengers used the 3 self-service check-in kiosks and 22 baggage claim counters in Dubai Terminal 38;

More than 11.000 passengers departed from Dubai by taking advantage of home check-in services, a free service offered to First Class passengers, and proceeded directly to the passport control section without queuing for check-in at the airport.

Günceleme: 06/09/2022 14:56

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