Warsaw ... the 25th European city within the Emirates Airlines network

Emirates Airlines will resume passenger services to Warsaw from September 4, with two flights a week, rising to three flights a week on October 7.
This brings the number of stations covered by Emirates’s global network to 75 destinations in September, providing customers with comfortable and safe travel to the Polish capital via Dubai from its various stations in the Middle East, the Asia Pacific region and Africa. Warsaw will also become the 25th European city in the Emirates network.
Emirates Airlines confirmed, in a statement today, that it continues to work to gradually restore its network of routes to what it was before the pandemic, and is working closely with international and local authorities to resume passenger operations responsibly to meet travel demand, with priority always being given to the health and safety of its customers, crew and the communities it serves.

Emirates Airlines will use the Boeing 777-300ER planes on the Warsaw route, with a division of the three classes: the first, business and tourism, and reservations are available on flights via emirates.com or through travel agents.
Flight EK179 will depart Dubai International Airport at 8:10 am on Sunday and Friday, while the return flight EK 180 takes off from Warsaw Airport at 3 pm. The third flight will be added on Wednesdays, starting October 7th.

Customers from different Emirates Airlines stations can stop in Dubai as the city’s doors reopen to international business and tourist visitors, noting that presenting a "Covid-19" PCR examination is mandatory for all transit passengers arriving in Dubai (and the UAE) before boarding The plane, including UAE nationals, residents and tourists, regardless of the country they come from.

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