Cerium: 3.5 million scheduled seats at the airport during August 2020

20 national and foreign airlines to resume operations from "Dubai International"

The total number of airlines that have resumed their regular flights to Dubai International Airport has reached 20 national and foreign companies, following the recent decisions taken by the Dubai government, which included permitting travel, starting from June 23, and the start of receiving tourists as of July 7, 2020, in addition to permitting The return of residents who hold residence permits issued from Dubai.

Last week, Dubai Airports welcomed the start of regular flights for the companies: Rwandan Airlines, India's Go Air and Biman Bangladesh Airlines, with the three carriers joining the list of international companies that include 17 airlines. In addition, the total number of destinations to which Dubai International Airport provides regular and direct flights reached 100 global cities, according to data from national and foreign airlines, at a time when Emirates Airlines and flydubai hold the bulk of the flights.

So far, the total number of destinations within the network of Emirates Airlines and Fly Dubai has reached 96, including 72 for Emirates Airlines and 24 for flydubai.

The Philippine terminal, "Cebu", is the latest destination for "Emirates Airlines", after the carrier resumed its flights to it. The total number of stations covered by "Emirates Airlines" is expected to rise to 75 destinations next September, after adding destinations: Houston (August 23), And Birmingham (starting from the first of September), as well as «Warsaw» starting from the fourth of next September, with two flights per week at the beginning, and then increase to three flights per week on the seventh of October 2020. Warsaw is the 25th European city within the network of the carrier. In turn, flydubai announced, last week, the resumption of its flights to the cities of “Almaty” and “Nur Sultan” in Kazakhstan, as of August 18, after it resumed its flights to Dhaka, Djibouti and Kuwait.

In addition, data from the "Cerium" organization specialized in aviation sector studies showed that the total number of seats scheduled on international flights at Dubai International Airport reached 3.5 million during August 2020, compared to 2.6 million seats last July.

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