Emirates has banned 15-inch MacBook Pro sold between September 2015 and February 2017, on all of its flights.
The announcement is the latest in a series of measures undertaken by the freight division of Emirates to support global communities in recovering from the devastating impact of COVID-19.
Special flight EK2021 will depart Dubai International Airport at 12:00hrs local time on 10 April 2021 and will cruise over various areas across the UAE. The one-off flight will return to Dubai at 14:30hrs local time.
Emirates airline on Monday started offering employees vaccinations against the COVID-19 disease with priority given to front-line workers such as cabin crew and pilots.
Emirates today has become among the first airlines in the world to operate a flight with fully vaccinated frontline teams servicing customers at every touchpoint of the travel journey.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to clobber the aviation industry, the UAE-based Emirates is ferrying around the very substance it hopes will get passengers back into its seats.
For many people in several countries, air travel can be a major headache. The long queues to have the passport checked, baggage cleared, security checks can really be a pressure on a lot of people. It is particularly a strain and a drain on the
Emirates Airline has issued changes to the COVID-19 PCR test requirements for Dubai. A mandatory PCR test is not required for Dubai residents and tourists of over 50 countries.
Racing at Meydan on Thursday, the final meeting of the season at the UAE’s flagship racecourse and penultimate fixture of the whole local campaign, is highlighted by the Zabeel Trophy sponsored by Emirates Airline, a 1600m turf rated conditions