In July, Emirates will add scheduled flights to seven new destinations to its resumption program. Destinations it already served before the coronavirus crisis.
On the program: Khartoum (from July 3), Amman (from July 5), Osaka (from July 7), Tokyo-Narita (from July 8), Athens (from July 15), Larnaca (from July 15) and Rome (July 15).
In total, Emirates will offer 48 destinations in July: “Emirates will offer a wider range of travel opportunities for all its customers around the world, with easier connections via its Dubai hub,” said the Dubai company in a press release.
She also recalls that she has developed a wide range of health measures to protect the health and safety of her customers and employees.
By transiting through Dubai Airport, the Emirates hub, customers can once again travel to the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe or America.
They will also be able to visit Dubai, following the announcement of the reopening of the city to business travellers and tourists from July 7.
New travel protocols will be implemented to facilitate the movement of citizens, residents and international travellers to the United Arab Emirates.
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