His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Supreme President and Chief Executive of Emirates Airlines, and the group welcomed the decision of the government of the United Arab Emirates to reopen the airports for transit traffic.

His Highness said in a tweet on his account on the social networking site "Twitter", "Emirates Airlines and flydubai will announce the resumption of passenger services to more destinations with the possibility of continuing to travel through Dubai."

It is noteworthy that, as of May 21 last, Emirates Airlines announced the launch of regular passenger flights to stations that included London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney and Melbourne.

The carrier also allows its customers to continue their travel between Britain and Australia via Dubai, where these flights are available for reservation on the company's website.

The company recently unveiled several additional measures and procedures that will establish innovative health and safety standards, at the industry level, in the air and on the ground.

A partnership was signed between Emirates Airlines and flydubai in 2017, and the strategic partnership between the two carriers extends beyond the common symbol, and includes initiatives that include commercial activity, such as coordinating flight schedules to provide customers with more competitive prices, network planning and airport operations to facilitate the flow Smoother travelers between the flights of the two carriers, and aligning the frequent flyer program to enhance mileage earning and redemption opportunities.

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