Emirates has announced it will resume daily flights to Istanbul from 21 December*.
Emirates is getting into the festive spirit. The airline always ends the year with extra trimmings for the holiday season and 2020 is no different.
Emirates has welcomed MSN A6-EVL, its 116th A380 as the first of three A380s to join its fleet in 2020. The aircraft arrived in Dubai in the early hours of Saturday morning, powered by a blend of conventional jet fuel and sustainable aviation fuel.
Emirates is making getaways to Dubai even more attractive with a complimentary stay at the JW Marriot Marquis Dubai, one of the worlds tallest 5-star hotels.
Emirates has been named as the Worlds Leading Airline in three major categories at the World Travel Awards 2020: Worlds Leading Economy Class, Airline Rewards Programme and Airline Lounge - Business Class.
Delivering on its customer promise, Emirates has completed an intensive programme to clear its backlog of refund requests which was caused by pandemic-related travel disruption.
Emirates has re-launched its Dubai Connect offer which gives customers transiting through its hub a complimentary hotel stay in Dubai.
Emirates customers can now plan their travels and fly with even greater assurance and peace of mind, with the airlines latest industry-first initiative to provide expanded, multi-risk travel cover on top of its current COVID-19 cover.
Emirates has been recognised as the Best Airline for 2020 at The Sun Travel Awards, and the Best Long-Haul Airline at The Times and The Sunday Times Travel Awards.
Emirates announced plans to operate its popular A380 aircraft four times a day to London Heathrow from 27 November and six times a week to Manchester from 2 December, and to deploy additional A380 services to Moscow from the current two-a-week, to a daily service from 25 November.
Emirates airline and FlySafair today announced an interline agreement, opening up connections for customers to selected routes on FlySafairs network in South Africa.
Emirates is giving travellers from Zimbabwe the opportunity to fly better to Dubai with a special offer for Business Class and Economy Class passengers.
Emirates SkyCargo has started utilising its Airbus A380 aircraft on select cargo charter operations to transport urgently required cargo across its network. The first dedicated Emirates A380 mini-freighter successfully transported medical supplies between Seoul and Amsterdam via Dubai.
There is so much Zimbabwe has to offer to he world; from the wildly diverse abundance of game year-round to classic African landscapes. Not to mention the worlds most wondrous waterfall: Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya, the Smoke that Thunders. Emirates is here to reconnect the jewel of Africa to the world. Come on board.
Emirates will increase its flights between Harare, Lusaka and Dubai to three times a week from November 6. The expanded schedule of services will offer better connectivity for customers in Zimbabwe and Zambia to Emirates growing destination network via Dubai of close to 100 destinations.