Within the network of carriers around the world with the application of new travel protocols
"Emirates Airlines" and "flydubai" are increasing passenger terminals to 139 destinations
The two carriers provide free coverage against "Covid-19".
Data released by Emirates Airlines and flydubai showed a continuous increase in the number of passenger destinations within the two carriers ’network around the world, with the implementation of new air travel protocols that facilitate travel for UAE citizens, residents and tourists, while preserving the health and safety of visitors and communities. According to the data, the total number of destinations within the network of the two companies currently stands at 139, including 95 for Emirates Airlines and 44 for flydubai, compared with 96 destinations last August, with a growth rate of about 44.7%.
The Budapest terminal is the latest destination for «Emirates Airlines», as the carrier resumed its flights to this station yesterday, while the total number of stations covered by the global network of «Emirates Airlines» will increase to 99 destinations during next November, after additional Bologna, Dusseldorf and Hamburg, starting from the first of November and to Lyon from the fourth of November, bringing the number of European destinations to which the airline has restored passenger services to 31 cities, providing its customers around the world with more safe and comfortable travel opportunities to and through Dubai.
Customers from various Emirates Airlines stations can stop in Dubai, as the city’s gates reopen for international business and tourist visitors.
Emirates Airlines provides free coverage for medical treatment and quarantine costs related to “Covid-19” for its customers, regardless of their destination or the class in which they travel. This coverage applies to all customers who travel on the airline’s flights until December 31, 2020, and the coverage will remain valid for a period of time. 31 days starting from the travel of the first sector of the itinerary.
In addition, the total number of stations covered by "flydubai" within its global network reached 44 stations in Africa, Central Asia, Europe and the Indian subcontinent, in addition to the Middle East, according to the company's website data.
The company stated that travelers can book flights to these destinations, noting that it will resume its flights to selected destinations through its global network, while taking necessary measures to ensure the safety of passengers and crew during the flight, and to maintain the safety of employees.
According to the data, six new destinations have been added, namely: Bahrain, Dammam, Riyadh, Muscat, Jeddah, and the Maldives, recently.
The carrier, which resumed its regular flights from the seventh of last July, operates regular flights to these destinations, as well as special flights to other destinations.
And flydubai announced that passengers on board its carriers, who booked to travel between September 1 and November 30, 2020, will automatically receive free global coverage against the "Covid-19" pandemic.
According to the company, the service covers the health expenses of travelers, and the costs of quarantine, if they are diagnosed with "Covid-19" during their trip, and it is valid for 31 days, and starts from the time they board the first flight within their travel program.
destinations include 95 destinations for «Emirates», 44 «Fly Dubai» for.
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