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"Emirates Airlines" resumes its flights to Birmingham, Cebu and Houston
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Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume passenger services to Birmingham, England, starting from September 1, to Cebu, the Philippines, from August 20, and to Houston, from August 23, to increase the number of stations covered by its network. Global to 70 destinations early next month.
In a statement yesterday, the carrier confirmed that dealers from various stations of the tanker can stop in Dubai as the city’s gates reopen for international business and tourists visitors.
According to the statement, Emirates Airlines will operate four flights per week to Birmingham, and two flights per week by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, and will operate three flights per week to Houston with Boeing 777-300LR aircraft.
The carrier explained that it currently serves five stations in the United States, namely: New York JFK, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles, stressing that it will continue to expand its network to six cities, to provide customers with 27 weekly flights from Dubai to that country.
"Emirates Airlines" pointed out that presenting a "Covid-19" PCR examination is mandatory for all transit passengers arriving to the Emirates before boarding the plane, including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, regardless of the country from which they come.
"Emirates Airlines" will provide coverage for medical treatment and quarantine costs related to "Covid-19" free of charge to customers, regardless of their destination, or the class in which they travel, noting that this coverage applies to all customers who travel on the airline's flights until October 31, 2020 ( The first flight is completed on or before October 31, 2020).
"Emirates Airlines" affirmed that it applies a comprehensive set of measures at every step of the traveler's journey, to ensure the safety of customers and its employees on the ground and in the air, including distributing a packet of prevention and hygiene kits to all travelers for free.