Emirates will resume flights to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Harare and Mauritius

Emirates Airlines will resume service to its three stations in South Africa, Johannesburg, Cape Town, next October, and Durban 4 October, as well as to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, October 1, and Mauritius, October 3, which will increase the number of its destinations to 92 cities, 19 of which are in the African continent.

The airline is pressing ahead with rebuilding its worldwide network to meet travel demand while maintaining the health and safety of its customers and employees.

Customers traveling to and from Emirates' three terminals in South Africa will be able to continue traveling quickly and safely via Dubai to the airline's various stations in Europe, the Far East, Central and Western Asia and Australia.

Emirates flights to South Africa will be available on emirates.com at a later time.

Emirates Airlines will operate twice a week to Harare, connected with the Lusaka service, to connect Zambia and Zimbabwe via Dubai with various stations across the Emirates network.

The Mauritius service will be resumed initially with a weekly trip on Saturdays to support the Mauritian government's efforts to return its citizens to the country and contribute to the recovery of the tourism industry in that famous Indian Ocean destination and transport travelers safely from Europe, the Far East and the Middle East via Dubai.

Flights can be booked on emirates.com, the Emirates app, travel agents, Emirates sales offices and contact centers.

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