Emirates will resume flights from Dubai to Malta via Larnaca on July 14

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Emirates will resume flights from Dubai to Malta via Larnaca, Cyprus, starting July 14, 2021, expanding the network of European destinations to 34 and offering customers around the world more travel options and improved connectivity through Dubai.

Malta has become the first country in the European Union to obtain the long-awaited group immunity against COVID-19. The country has already immunized 70% of its adult population with at least one dose, and over 45% of the adult population has already received the full vaccine. Thus, Malta reopened international tourism on June 1.

As international destinations begin to ease travel restrictions, Emirates will expand services and Emirates will operate more than 280 weekly flights from Dubai in July to cities in Europe, the US, the Middle East, Africa and other popular island getaways for travelers who I want to start the long-awaited adventures and experiences this summer without any problems. ancillary costs and without the stress of quarantine.

Dubai - Larnaca - Malta with Emirates.

The flights to and from Malta will be operated three times a week, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, through the airline's already existing service to Larnaca. The flights will be operated with Boeing 777-200LR aircraft configured with two classes: 42 seats in Business class and 386 ergonomic seats in Economy class.

EK109 Dubai 08:00 - 11:10 Larnaca12: 20 - 14:05 Malta
EK110 Malta 15:35 - 19:00 Larnaca 20:10 - 01:05 +1 Dubai

From 2 June 2021, Emirates customers traveling to Malta who are at least 5 years old must have a negative PCR test result no later than 72 hours before arrival in Malta. Passengers must also complete a Passenger Location Form (PLF) and a negative PCR test result at check-in to be accepted inside the airline's aircraft. Fully vaccinated Maltese citizens and residents can present a vaccination certificate on their return to Malta.

To encourage tourists to choose Malta, local authorities have developed a system of financial incentives for accommodation. Tourists who choose to travel independently in Malta may receive money for accommodation. Through this system, the Malta Tourism Authority will encourage independent travelers wishing to visit the Maltese Islands for a minimum of 3 nights. Tourists must book that holiday directly at one of the 3 *, 4 * and 5 * hotels.

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

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