Emirates Airlines said it will start operating A380s to serve passengers on its flights to London Heathrow and Paris, as of next July 15.

The company is looking to gradually restart this aircraft to serve more destinations during the coming period, since the "Covid-19" epidemic led to the suspension of the passenger fleet last March.

The airline operates a fleet of 115 A380 and 155 Boeing 777 wide-body aircraft.

Emirates Airlines said that it is currently operating and will provide regular passenger services to 52 stations within its network of destinations in the month of July, and recently announced that it will resume operating its flights to 6 other destinations, which will allow its customers more travel options to and through Dubai, thus increasing The number of terminals that Emirates will serve by mid-August 2020 to 58 destinations, including 20 cities in Europe and 24 cities in the Asia Pacific region.

The airline's customers can travel via Dubai between the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Asia Pacific region or stop in Dubai, as the city reopened its doors to receive visitors from international businessmen and tourists.

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