With the increase in destinations and the resumption of flights of the two carriers
"Emirates Airlines" and "flydubai" take back 70 and 50% of their destinations
The two carriers are working to provide more travel opportunities.
Emirates Airlines has regained about 70% of its global network of destinations before the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, with the resumption of its flights to about 100 destinations this November, while flydubai was able to increase the number of its destinations to 44 destinations, which constitute about 50% of The size of its network compared to its levels at the beginning of this year.
In detail, the data issued by the "Emirates Airlines" company showed a continuous increase in the number of passenger destinations within its 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 company's network reached 99, with the resumption of flights to its latest destinations, at the beginning of November, to: Bologna, Dusseldorf and Hamburg, while the carrier will start its flights to Lyon this November, as the latest station to join its global network, to increase The total amounted to 100 global stations, compared to 143 destinations before the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, so that the carrier thus recovered about 70% of its global destinations.
The number of European destinations, to which the airline has restored its passenger services, reached 31 cities, to provide its customers across the world with more safe and comfortable travel opportunities to and through Dubai.
For its part, flydubai continues to provide more travel opportunities, by operating more flights and adjusting the times of some of them, to improve connectivity through its growing network around the world. The airline has been working to increase its operations steadily, since last July, and is currently serving 44 destinations in all Across Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent, while it is expected to rise to 45 destinations this November, as the company will operate its regular flights between Dubai and Tel Aviv from November 26, 2020.
And flydubai has regained about 50% of its global network of destinations throughout Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent, where it was operating its flights to 90 destinations before the outbreak of the pandemic.
The company «Emirates Airlines» announced the restart of the «Airbus A380» (giant), currently, to Cairo, Amman, Paris, London Heathrow, Guangzhou and Moscow.
The company stated, in a statement, that the "giant plane" landed in the Jordanian capital at Queen Alia International Airport on the evening of yesterday (Wednesday).
She added that the A380 would serve the Dubai-Amman route three times a week, on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
total destinations of "Emirates Airlines" increased to 100 international stations.
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