Emirates to operate to 29 destinations from Dubai
Emirates to operate to 29 destinations from Dubai. This comes after several airlines are restarting commercial operations which in most countries had been restricted for over 60 days. The airline is operating to an extensive cargo network using its B777 passenger and cargo aircraft. With restrictions being eased in some countries, the airline has decided to increase its operations further.
Increasing global operations
Emirates is set to operate to 29 destinations from Dubai. With the UAE government lifting restrictions to allow transit operations, passengers can now fly from one end of the world to another with a stop at Dubai. From 15th June the airline is set to fly to 16 cities using its B777-300ER fleet. Though questions on the the survival of A380 are increasing, the airline has not shown signs of renewing its operation at least for now.
Emirates is set to operate to Bahrain, Manchester, Zurich, Vienna, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, New York JFK, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei, Hong Kong, Perth and Brisbane. These would be operated using its B777-300ER aircraft.
From 8th June the airline is set to operate to extensively to Pakistan. The destinations include Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
Emirates helps maintain food supply in UAE using its passenger B777-300ER and B777F aircraft for import of essential material
Emirates increases safety precautions for both passengers and staff at both Dubai International Airport as well as inflight.
Emirates SkyCargo breaks world record in Karachi for maximum cargo loaded in a passenger aircraft. The airline has also globally scaled its operation to cater the demand caused by the pandemic.
Emirates has announced it will begin flying limited number of passenger flights to destinations in Europe. This comes after a week it had announced that it will suspend operations.
Cargo and passenger operations
The airline had ramped up its cargo operations and had been operating to a wide network of destinations using its passenger and cargo B777 freighters. On top of the airline increasing the number of destinations it is operating to, it had already been operating to a handful number of destinations.
These include London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney, Melbourne and Manila from 11th June. Passengers now can transit while flying to and from these destinations but in abidance with the restrictions placed in their respective countries.
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