Within the global network of two carriers with the application of air travel protocols

"Emirates Airlines" and "flydubai" are increasing passenger terminals to 148 destinations

Emirates Airlines covers 100 destinations, while flydubai covers 48 destinations.


Data issued by Emirates Airlines and Fly Dubai showed a continuous increase in the number of passenger destinations within the two carriers ’network around the world, with the implementation of 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 148 destinations, including 100 for Emirates Airlines and 48 for flydubai.

Global destinations

Emirates Airlines has regained about 70% of its global network of destinations that it covered before the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, with the resumption of its flights to about 100 destinations, last November, as the airline was operating its flights to 143 destinations before the pandemic.

In November, Emirates Airlines announced the resumption of its operations to Bologna, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Lyon, bringing the number of European destinations to which the airline had restored passenger services to 31 cities, to provide its customers around the world with more safe and comfortable travel opportunities to and through Dubai, and the ability to continue their travel smoothly. And easy access to destinations in Europe, the Far East, the Americas, the Middle East and Western Asia with a short stopover in Dubai.

Opening the halls

"Emirates Airlines" began to reopen its private lounges at international airports, as it introduced modifications to the lounges, while following precautionary measures to preserve the health and safety of its customers, and applying new protocols in each terminal.

Emirates Airlines customers can also benefit from the services of providing multi-risk travel insurance and coverage for “Covid-19”.


For its part, flydubai has been able to increase the number of its destinations to 48 destinations throughout Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent, which constitute about 53% of the size of its network, compared to its levels at the beginning of this year, before The pandemic, as the tanker was operating to 90 global stations.

The carrier has resumed its flights to six destinations in the Gulf Cooperation Council states, as well as 10 destinations in the Middle East, nine destinations in the Indian subcontinent, in addition to 10 stations in Europe, six stations in Central Asia and seven stations in Africa.

Connecting trips

Fly Dubai's partnership, expanded by code with Emirates Airlines, provides travelers with smoother connections through Dubai International Airport, which is today a global aviation hub that provides flights to more than 155 destinations between Emirates Airlines and the Fly network. Dubai », including Australia, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the United States.


«Emirates Airlines» regained about 70% of its global network of destinations.

Flydubai's 48 destinations make up 53% of its network, compared to its pre-pandemic levels.

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