The UAE’s relentless war against the coronavirus is commendable. Dubai is making herculean efforts to stem the spread of the virus. As part of its intensified testing campaign, MoHAP announced 2,948 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total
Emirates, the title sponsor of the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, has revealed a brand new livery dedicated to the milestone 50th staging of Dubai’s flagship sporting event, and one of the key tournaments on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens series.
Operating daily, EK733 departs Dubai at 14:35 and arrives in Khartoum at 16:40. The return flight, EK734, departs Khartoum at 18:10 and arrives in Dubai at 00:20 the next morning.
Customers eligible for this are those that are booked their tickets before 31 May to travel on or before 31 August 2020.
The aviation industry has been among the worst hit by the COVID-19 outbreak, which has dented travel demand and forced major airlines to lay off staff and seek government bailouts.
One of the world's biggest long-haul airlines, Emirates looks to resume flights gradually in line with the lifting of travel and operational restrictions, Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum said.
We look forward to serving and welcoming our customers, and to connecting many cities again through our hub in Dubai, says Sheikh Ahmed.
Emirates airline welcomes the latest air travel protocols that will facilitate international travel for UAE citizens, residents and tourists, and open Dubai to business and leisure visitors from 7 July,
To help stranded Egyptians get home, Emirates plans to operate four flights between Dubai and Cairo on 14,18,19 and 21 June.