The Emirates A380 will begin serving travellers on flights to Toronto starting Aug.16. The airline has so far resumed A380 operations to Amsterdam, Cairo, Paris, London Heathrow and Guangzhou (8th August) - taking its A380 network to six cities.
Emirates airline has made a network-wide commitment to reduce single-use plastics on board its aircraft.
As of 1st June, eco-friendly paper straws have been introduced and all Emirates flights will soon be plastic straw-free.
Emirates airline has partnered with Uber to offer UAE travellers discounted airport transfers this summer. Emirates Economy Class Flex Plus and Economy Class Flex customers can avail free or discounted airport rides to and from DXB on bookings made starting from June 2 until July 31, for travel until Aug.31.
Air Arabia and Lakson Group said in a statement that the new airline will benefit Pakistan's travel and tourism sector, as well as contribute to the country's economic growth and job creation.
Every flydubai pilot will undergo additional classroom and full motion simulator training before they are permitted to fly the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. This training programme exceeds the regulatory requirements.
Emirates, Worldwide Partner of Rugby World Cup 2019 (RWC 2019), is proud to announce the arrival of the Webb Ellis Cup in Tokyo.
Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, has ranked among the top 100 most reputable organisations in the world by 2022 Global RepTrak 100.
The airline will attempt to welcome as many nationalities as possible onto flight EK2019, for a special flight journey around the UAE.
The flights are open to foreign citizens who wish to leave the UAE, but no incoming passengers are allowed. Foreign residents are banned from re-entering until at least mid-April.
Emirates will operate the A380 on its daily EK123/124 service. Flight EK123 will depart Dubai at 10:45 and arrive in Istanbul at 14:25. The return flight EK124 will depart Istanbul at 16:25 and arrive in Dubai at 21:50. All times are local.