Student travellers can enjoy special discounts off Economy and Business class fares, additional baggage on top of Emirates' generous standard allowance, and a free date change of their booking up until 7 days before travel.
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.
The airport authority said it was working with airlines to resume flights from 6:00am on Tuesday, but the developments raise the stakes sharply after a weekend of skirmishes during which both activists and police toughened their stances.
Dubai carrier Emirates said on Sunday it has dramatically cut its passenger flight destinations to 13, down from 145. The state-owned carrier said it will still fly to the US, the UK, Japan, Australia and Canada.
The airline will attempt to welcome as many nationalities as possible onto flight EK2019, for a special flight journey around the UAE.
Emirates has unveiled multi-faceted measures for employee and customer care at every step of the travel journey, redefining safety and hygiene standards on board and on the ground.
Emirates is stepping up precautionary measures at the airport and on board to ensure the health and safety of its employees and customers.
Emirates SkyCargo has announced that it is stepping up its readiness to handle the logistical complexities of distributing a potential COVID-19 vaccine globally by creating the world’s first dedicated airside cargo hub for the vaccine in Dubai.
“No announcement has been made regarding mass redundancies at the airline. Any such decision will be communicated in an appropriate fashion,” Emirates spokesperson told Gulf Today on Sunday.
The airline will operate 21 weekly flights to Karachi (increased to 28 weekly flights starting from Aug.16); 10 weekly flights to Islamabad; 7 weekly flights to Sialkot; 10 weekly flights to Lahore; and 5 weekly flights to Peshawar.