Emirates has resumed flights to destinations in Saudi Arabia and Russia
Emirates has announced that it will resume services to Saudi Arabia on September 11 and to St. Petersburg, Russia, on October 8, 2021. The resumption of these services is based on the growing global footprint. Emirates, the continuous lifting of travel restrictions as well as the increase in travel demand in the airline network.
Dubai - St. Petersburg with Emirates
From October 8, flights between Dubai and St Petersburg will operate four times a week, and the airline will increase the frequency of flights from October 21. All flights will be operated using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, flights will be operated according to the following schedule:
EK 173 Dubai 09:10 - 14:15 St Petersburg
EK 174 St Petersburg 16:45 - 23:45 Dubai
On Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, flights will be operated according to the following schedule:
EK 175 Dubai 15:45 - 20:50 St Petersburg
EK 176 St Petersburg 23:15 - 06:15 +1 Dubai
From Saturday, September 11, Emirates will start operating 24 weekly flights to Saudi Arabia, including daily flights to the capital Riyadh, daily flights to Jeddah operated by Airbus A380, daily flights to Dammam and three weekly flights to Medina. The flights to Riyadh will be operated twice a day, starting with September 16, and the plans are to increase the other frequencies by the end of September.
Dubai - Riyadh with Emirates
Flights to Riyadh will be operated daily.
EK 2817 Dubai 16:40 - 17:40 Riyadh
EK 2818 Riyadh 20:10 - 23:20 Dubai
Dubai - Jeddah with Emirates
Flights to Jeddah will be operated daily.
EK 2803 Dubai 16:00 - 18:00 Jeddah
EK 2804 Jeddah 20:00 - 01:00 +1 Dubai
Dubai - Dammam with Emirates
Flights to Dammam will be operated daily.
EK 2821 Dubai 20:50 - 21:10 Dammam
EK 2822 Dammam 22:45 - 01:00 +1 Dubai
Dubai - Medina with Emirates
Flights to Medina will be operated three times a week.
EK 2809 Dubai 16:30 - 18:00 Medina
EK 2810 Medina 20:00 - 23:40 Dubai
Customers are encouraged to visit the Emirates Travel Hub for more information on travel requirements, including to and from Saudi Arabia. The program can be found on I emirates.co, and tickets can be booked on the airline's website, through the mobile app, through travel agencies or at the local sales office in the United Arab Emirates.
Emirates has gradually rebuilt its global network and resumed passenger services to more than 120 passenger destinations, allowing passengers to conveniently and securely connect to America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific via Dubai.