Emirates resumes flights to 7 more destinations, from July 2020. Athens, Larnaca and Rome, among them.
Emirates adds new destinations to the post-COVID operational network. Starting in July 2020, Emirates will resume flights to new destinations: Khartoum (as of July 03), Amman (as of July 05), Osaka (as of July 07), Narita (as of July 08), Athena (as of July 15), Larnaca (from July 15) and Rome (NOT July).
Emirates resumes flights to 7 more destinations
Thus, starting with July 2020, Emirates will offer multiple connections to 48 destinations through the Dubai hub. We are happy with this news because, since July 7, The United Arab Emirates will reopen its tourist borders.
Passengers can book flights between destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and Europe or America, via Dubai, as long as they meet the travel and immigration requirements of their country of destination.
So do not venture to buy plane tickets until you are convinced that you follow all the rules and travel restrictions imposed by the destination country. During the pandemic, the situation remains uncertain and unpredictable due to the evolution of the pandemic with the new coronavirus.