Emirates is expanding its network in Europe
Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume operating its flights to Budapest on October 21, and to Bologna, Dusseldorf and Hamburg on November 1 and to Lyon on November 4.
This brings the number of European destinations to which the airline has restored passenger services to 31 cities, providing its customers across the world with more safe and comfortable travel opportunities to and through Dubai.
With the addition of the five new destinations, the number of stations covered by the Emirates global network increases to 99 destinations, and the airline continues to gradually resume passenger transport operations while being keen on the safety and health of travelers, employees and communities.
Emirates Airlines will operate flights to Budapest and Lyon on Wednesday and Saturday, while the airline’s flights between Dubai, Bologna, Dusseldorf and Hamburg will operate on Fridays and Sundays. The airline uses the five destinations with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Flights can be booked via emirates.com, the Emirates app, travel agents, sales offices and Emirates Airlines call centers. Customers from various Emirates terminals can stop in Dubai with the city’s doors reopening to international business and tourist visitors.
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