Dubai Airports' website showed that the total number of scheduled flights (departure and arrivals) yesterday, for passenger services via Dubai International Airport, reached 115 flights, operated by 12 national and foreign airlines to international destinations.
According to the foundation, 13 international airlines have resumed their scheduled flights, in addition to the two companies «Emirates Airlines» and «Fly Dubai», after the recent decisions and facilities adopted by the Dubai government, and included allowing travel starting from June 23 last, and start receiving tourists, starting from the seventh From this July, in addition to allowing the return of residents, who hold residency permits issued from Dubai.
Return and evacuation
In addition to the regular scheduled flights for airlines, "special" (return and evacuation) flights are also run through the airport, which handled 86 million and 396 thousand and 757 passengers throughout 2019, and plays a key role in connecting global travel, as the largest airport in the world In terms of numbers of international passengers.
Precautions continue throughout the airport, to maintain the health and safety of customers and employees. The measures include a protective mesh glass upon check-in and passport ports, a remote heat inspection, a manual temperature check, a marking of physical spacing and an increase in sterilization levels, in accordance with international standards established by the competent authorities.
The list of foreign carriers operating from Dubai International Airport included: "Blue Air", "Air France", "Cebu Pacific", "Egypt Air", "Ethiopian", "Gulf Air", "KLM", "Lufthansa" Mahan Air, Middle East Airlines, Pakistan Airways, Philippine Airlines, and "Royal Jordanian".
In turn, all Emirates Airlines flights operate from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport, while all other airlines will operate from Terminal 2 or Terminal 3. Accordingly, all travelers must check their tickets to ensure the building from which the flight will depart, at all times before arriving at the airport.
Emirates Airlines has indicated that it will provide regular passenger services to 52 stations within its network of destinations in July, and recently announced that it will resume operating its flights to six other destinations, allowing customers more travel options to and through Dubai, thereby increasing the number of stations. Emirates Airlines will serve it by mid-August 2020 to 58 destinations, including 20 cities in Europe, and 24 cities in the Asia Pacific region.
"Flydubai" company has resumed its regular flights, starting from the seventh of this July, to 24 international destinations, coinciding with the resumption of international tourism traffic to Dubai, and the carrier welcomed its first passengers from tourists coming to the emirate on its regular flights, after lifting the flight restrictions that were set In response to measures related to "Covid-19".