Emirates is flying with Airbus A380 to 15 destinations this summer
Emirates is stepping up operations and expanding services across the network to meet the high demand for leisure travel during the summer season, due to the relaxation of travel restrictions. The airline has gradually and safely rebuilt the route network to serve the demand for leisure, but also to increase the number of business trips or that of the family segment.
Emirates serves 115 global destinations and, by the end of July, will recover almost 90% of the network it served before the pandemic, operating 880 weekly services to 124 cities.
Emirates is flying with Airbus A380 to 15 destinations this summer.
The airline will resume services to seven cities in July: Venice on July 1, Phuket, Nisa, Orlando and Mexico City on July 2, Lyon on July 9 and Malta on July 14. Emirates will also launch flights to Florida's second-largest city and one of the world's most popular vacation spots, Miami, beginning July 22.
The airline will increase capacity and expand programs by setting summer frequencies, connecting more customers with popular destinations and adding more options as they plan long-awaited vacations.
Emirates will increase the frequency of flights to 12 cities in Europe, Africa and North America, as more destinations are reopened for international visitors: Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Zurich, Vienna, Prague, Madrid, Stockholm, Brussels, Lisbon, Chicago and Tunis. In Europe, the airline currently flies to more than 30 cities in 20 countries, including popular holiday destinations in Greece, Spain, Italy, France and Malta.
More flights to top destinations.
In the United States, due to the extensive vaccination program and the relaxation of air travel restrictions, Emirates will continue to strengthen its presence. With the addition of the city Miami to the operational network in July, Emirates will operate more than 70 weekly flights to the United States, offering more than 26.000 seats to the 12 gateways, including Boston, Chicago, New York (JFK and Newark), Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington and DC Orlando. The airline is also stepping up its transatlantic operations on the Milan-New York and Athens-Newark routes to meet large passenger volumes and high demand.
Emirates will also expand its Airbus A380 network this summer, bringing the A380 experience to 15 cities with 129 weekly services. During the summer, the airline plans to use more than 30 A380s so that the Emirates A380 experience continues to be sought after by customers, with many striving to book their trip on an Emirates A380 for signed products, spaciousness, tranquility and unmatched comfort.
Emirates will fly the A380 to the following cities in the summer: Cairo, Jeddah, Amman, Guangzhou, London Heathrow, Manchester, Frankfurt, Vienna, Paris, Munich, Moscow, New York JFK, Los Angeles, Washington DC and Toronto.
Travel safely with Emirates.
Emirates' booking policies give customers flexibility and confidence in travel planning. Those who will purchase an Emirates ticket for travel on or before June 30, 2021, can enjoy generous booking terms and options.
If they have to change their travel plans, passengers have the option to change their travel dates or extend the ticket for 2 years, at no additional cost. You can find more details on https://www.emirates.com/ae/english/help/covid-19/ticket-options/
All Emirates customers can travel with confidence, using the first multi-risk travel insurance in the aviation industry and COVID-19 coverage. This coverage is provided by Emirates for all tickets purchased as of December 1, 2020, at no additional cost to customers.
Emirates customers who need a COVID-19 PCR test certificate before leaving Dubai can benefit from special rates at Dubai clinics by simply presenting their ticket or boarding pass. Home or office testing is also available, with results within 48 hours. More information at www.emirates.com/flytoDubai