Emirates Resumes Flights To 95% Of Pre-Pandemic Network Destinations

On Tuesday, the world’s largest international carrier, Emirates announced resumption of flights to 95 percent of its pre-pandemic network destinations.

The airline has been resuming operations after the pandemic to meet the increased demanded in the travel sector.

On Monday, the carrier introduced a fourth flight between Dubai and Bangkok from January 1, 2023, to promote connectivity and travel opportunities between two cities.

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It has scaled up its UK operations as well to meet sustained demand ahead of the holiday rush. Currently serves the UK with 119 weekly flights across seven hubs including six times daily to London Heathrow; three times daily to London Gatwick; a daily service to London Stansted; three times daily to Manchester; a double daily service to Birmingham; daily flights to Newcastle; and a daily service to Glasgow.

The airline, which was grounded most of its 116 A380s at the peak of the pandemic, is targeting to bring back all of its operations before 2022 ends.

The airline’s recovery is fuelled by increased travel demands both from domestic and international passengers. ‘Revenge tourism’ which started late last year or earlier this year, continues in some markets and bolstering the industry.

Travel agents also suggest that both leisure and business travel are pretty strong in the first quarter of 2023.

Emirates’ extensive network spans to 130 destinations, across six continents. Emirates’ home and hub, Dubai, remains a very popular holiday and stopover destination.

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