Emirates Airlines will resume operating all 143 destinations by summer 2021

The chief operating officer of "Emirates Airlines", Adel Al-Reda, said that the airline will resume operations to all destinations within its global network of 143 stations by the summer of next year 2021.

Al-Reda added to CNBC that the demand for travel continues to rise with the resumption of the airline’s flights, indicating that the number of passengers has doubled during the current period compared to last July, both for transit passengers or for arriving passengers. Dubai.

He stated that the easing of travel restrictions and the resumption of international tourism to Dubai contributed to the growth of numbers, adding: We have noticed an increase in the number of travelers and tourists entering Dubai, which is reflected in the improvement of aircraft and hotel occupancy as well.

The number of flights will depend on demand, as well as compliance with limitation restrictions in some countries.

Emirates Airlines operates flights to 72 global destinations, rising to 75 destinations next September, after adding the destinations of Houston (August 23), Birmingham (as of September 1), as well as Warsaw, as of September 4.

Emirates Airlines said, "The number of stations - after reaching 70 destinations - has become more than half the number of cities it served before the (Covid-19) pandemic, as the airline continues to gradually expand its operations while maintaining the health and safety of its customers and crews as a top priority. ".

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